The World is a Dangerous Playground in Eskil Vogt’s The Innocents

The World is a Dangerous Playground in Eskil Vogt’s The...
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Patrick Gibbs interviews Eskil Voigt, the writer and director of The Innocents, about how his film about children with super powers came to fruition. … read more

Kilby Block Party 3 @ Library Square May 13–14

Kilby Block Party 3 @ Library Square May 13–14
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For the third time, Kilby Block Party returned, with a lineup of astounding artists to fill the music festival void we’ve all been feeling the past two years. … read more

Alleyways Amplified: Highlighting the Utah Hip-Hop Scene

Alleyways Amplified: Highlighting the Utah Hip-Hop Scene
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Featuring Gavanni, Snicks and Peech, the first Alleyways Amplified concert will be a different experience than what you get at other venues around the city. … read more

Macy Kate on Spring Fest ’22 and Growing Her Sound  

Macy Kate on Spring Fest ’22 and Growing Her Sound...
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Palak Jayswal interviews independent artist Macy Kate on her experience at Spring Fest ’22, her recent growth as an artist and what’s in store for her future. … read more

 
 
Schellraiser: The Inaugural Music Festival Putting the Boom Back into Ely, Nevada

Schellraiser: The Inaugural Music Festival Putting the Boom Back into...
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Schellraiser Music Festival is a new music festival in Ely, Nevada, whose proceeds will go directly into restoring train tracks between Ely and McGill, Nevada. … read more

Film Review: Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers

Film Review: Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers
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Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers is an eye-popping, gut-busting knee slapper that is likely to be among the most satisfying films of the summer movie season. … read more

Film Review: Men

Film Review: Men
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Men had me spellbound from beginning to end, but even for those who are familiar with Garland’s work, it’s a film that requires patience and effort. … read more

Film Review: Senior Year

Film Review: Senior Year
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Senior Year is crass and stupid, and yet there are just enough working elements to make the film something you’ll have an easy enough time streaming once. … read more

Divine Feminine: Luna13’s Bass Metal and Burlesque

Divine Feminine: Luna13’s Bass Metal and Burlesque
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Luna13 draw from metal, bass, burlesque and more to create a gothic, theatrical embrace of the feminine side of darkness. … read more