Gallery Stroll: Long Live Art!

Gallery Stroll: Long Live Art!
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The UMFA will be closing their doors on Jan. 18 until Spring of 2017. To kick off this project, the UMFA is hosting a weekend-long celebration entitled Long Live Art! on Jan. 16 and 17. Guests will be allowed to tour the museum and soak in the vastness of the UMFA’s permanent collection with a behind-the-scenes tour. … read more

Contributor Limelight: Kathy Zhou

Contributor Limelight: Kathy Zhou

Kathy Zhou Editorial Intern, Writer, Copy Editor It only took a couple writing assignments for us to know that Kathy Zhou would be a SLUG Mag gem. Kathy came onto

Local Music Reviews January 2016

Local Music Reviews January 2016

SLUG’s team of talented local reviewers put together this list of albums that reinforced our faith in the local music scene during January 2016. … read more

National Music Reviews January 2016

National Music Reviews January 2016

The curated list of January 2016 National Music reviews is sure to beef up your music library with reviews of new albums from artists like Kvltist, Pillar Point, Ripping Death and more. … read more

 
 
Review: 2015 Brighton Revolver

Review: 2015 Brighton Revolver
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Brewery/Brand: Uinta Brewing Co.
ABV: 4.0%
Serving Style: 22-oz. bottle, draft … read more

Review: Jibe Session IPA

Review: Jibe Session IPA
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Brewery/Brand: Green Flash Brewing Co.
ABV: 4.0%
Serving Style: 12-oz. can, draft … read more

Review: Utah Pale Ale

Review: Utah Pale Ale
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Brewery/Brand: Desert Edge Brewery
ABV: 4.0%
Serving Style: Draft … read more

Review: The Danish Girl

Review: The Danish Girl
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Director Tom Hooper beautifully captures the true story of Einar and Gerda Wegener’s marriage as the former begins to discover and unearth her true identity and the ramifications it has on the couple and their future. … read more

Review: The Hateful Eight

Review: The Hateful Eight
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Everything from the cinematography shot on gorgeous 70-mm. film to the mesmerizing score written by the legendary Ennio Morricone, Tarantino transports the audience to a different decade of filmmaking with dialogue only the man himself can produce. … read more

Review: The Revenant

Review: The Revenant
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Directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu, this tale, inspired by true events, follows fur trapper Hugh Glass (DiCaprio) and his team as they work in treacherous territories to make a living. … read more