Don’t Kill the Messenger, Especially When the Roads are Slick

Don’t Kill the Messenger, Especially When the Roads are Slick
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With cycling of all kinds becoming more popular, trendy even, the bike messenger’s job has become a romantic ideal for the teenage hipster. … read more

Dear Dickheads – February 2009

Dear Dickheads – February 2009

Reggae is loathsome, mostly due to its hippie cult following (I’m sure it’s enjoyable on a different continent). … read more

Localized: The Silver Desert, Cub Country, Bluebird Radio

Localized: The Silver Desert, Cub Country, Bluebird Radio
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February’s Localized features original and heartfelt music from The Silver Desert, Cub Country and Bluebird Radio that will get you ready and rearing for Valentines Day. … read more

Two Shits About Two Bit Street – Lost Art Tattooing/Piercing, O-Town

Two Shits About Two Bit Street – Lost Art Tattooing/Piercing,...
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Lost Art Tattooing and Piercing Studio in Ogden has transformed a lot over the years. From changes in formatting, artists and shop staff to last year’s location change, Lost Art has survived it all. … read more

 
 
Don’t Forget About the Tea Room

Don’t Forget About the Tea Room
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It was October 2003 when Lisa Brady opened The Beehive Tea Room at 12 West and Broadway in the historic Clift Building. This had been a lifelong dream of Brady’s, and as a single mother with almost no money, it had been an uphill battle. … read more

Fake Problems: This is Growing Up

Fake Problems: This is Growing Up
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With all of the fake problems that Fake Problems have encountered during their brief existence, it’s easy to overlook their actual musical output. … read more

Princess Kennedy – February 2009

Princess Kennedy – February 2009
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Every year at this time, I reassess my fantasy about being a 400-lb. shut-in. There is something very comforting about never having to leave my comfy bed, eating whatever I want and devoting 100 percent of my time to my first love – watching television. … read more

Patton Oswalt: Breaking Out of the Shell

Patton Oswalt: Breaking Out of the Shell
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As he marches along the frontlines with an arsenal of ingenious wit, eclectic comedian, Patton Oswalt, stands out among the masses with his droll pop-culture references and uncanny dedication to all aspects of the art form. … read more

Mike Brown: A Gun For Valentine’s Day

Mike Brown: A Gun For Valentine’s Day
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I’ve been thinking about buying a gun lately. In these uncertain economic times, it seems like a rational decision. I guess crime is on the rise because of the recession, and protecting my assets with a new set of hollow points made sense, until I thought about it more. … read more

Skate Park Etiquette

Skate Park Etiquette
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No God-damned graffiti at the skate park! There is never any reason for you and your little punk friends to put up any tags or awful artwork at the park, even if you are the most badass local there. … read more