Booze Reviews – January 2012

Booze Reviews – January 2012
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It’s a fresh start to a new year, and 2011 is going to be hard to top. We all saw that our brewers/distillers/vintners busted a serious amount of ass to give us the libations we demanded. I’m willing to wager that 2012 will be no different. This month we have a new take on familiar flavors to break your whiny, know-it-all craft palate. … read more

Movie Reviews – January 2012

Movie Reviews – January 2012
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The Adventures of Tintin, The Artist, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Muppets and Sherlock Holmes are reviewed. … read more

Video Game Reviews – January 2012

Video Game Reviews – January 2012

Dance Central 2 and The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword are reviewed. … read more

 
 
Bridges, Bones and Brigades: The History of Skateboarding

Bridges, Bones and Brigades: The History of Skateboarding
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This January, Stacy Peralta returns to Park City to premiere his fourth Sundance documentary, Bones Brigade: An Autobiography. The film tracks how the Bones Brigade influenced the most pivotal moments in skateboard history. During their reign, this handful of skaters started the transformation from slalom skating into modern street art. … read more

Localized – Filth Lords, ABK and Vena Cava

Localized – Filth Lords, ABK and Vena Cava
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Urban Lounge is the spot on Friday, Jan. 13 for bona fide rock n’ roll and punk with ABK and Vena Cava. Filth Lords open the 21+ show, and, as always, $5 gets you in. … read more

National CD Reviews

National CD Reviews

New and recent releases from The Cure, The Devil’s Blood, Errors, Kepi Ghoulie, Laura Gibson, Majestic Downfall, Mickey Moonlight, The Slackers, Tim “Love” Lee and many more are reviewed. … read more

Getting Back Up: Tempt One Writes Again

Getting Back Up: Tempt One Writes Again
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In 1980s Los Angeles, Tony Quan, aka Tempt One, was one of the pioneers of a distinct LA graffiti style. But in 2003, Tempt was diagnosed with ALS, aka Lou Gehrig’s Disease, which left him almost completely paralyzed, unable to eat, breathe or even speak on his own—writing graffiti was obviously out of the question. … read more

Bob Moss 1953 – 2011

Bob Moss 1953 – 2011
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Bob Moss was the greatest man I’ve ever known. At first he was just the hairy dude in a picture on my friend Brian Staker’s desk. One day, while awaiting my paycheck, I imagined him plunking off-key songs on his beat-up guitar. “That’s my friend Bob Moss,” Staker said. “He’s an artist and musician.” … read more

The Accidental Triumph of Oni Tattoo: 5 Years of Slinging Ink

The Accidental Triumph of Oni Tattoo: 5 Years of Slinging...
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For those pilgrims looking to wander a little off the beaten path (and willing to exercise patience for an appointment), Oni Tattoo has become a haven of quality art, laid-back atmosphere and dedicated needle-slingers who are in it for the love of the work. For owner Greg Christensen, all the difficult hours of running a business and maintaining his tattoo portfolio have seen reward: The shop celebrated its five-year anniversary in Dec. … read more