The Attack of the Ponytail Snatchers

The Attack of the Ponytail Snatchers
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The cheerleading squad never saw it coming. They never saw it leaving either. Every ponytail snatched, cut off at the rubber band, not a single hair left behind. It all

Viva La Evolution: Genesis P-Orridge

Viva La Evolution: Genesis P-Orridge
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Genesis P-Orridge hardly needs introducing by now, but if you’re unfamiliar, 2007 is as good a time as any to get acquainted. This year has seen the first new recording

Who’s That Dude?: An Interview with Andrew Wilson

Who’s That Dude?: An Interview with Andrew Wilson
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I’ve been doing it for this long because I love it. Skating is so huge now that it seems like lots of kids get into it just for sponsors and the hope of turning pro when they should just enjoy it for what it is. Getting hooked up is cool, but it should never influence why you skate. … read more

A Short History of Drinking in Utah

A Short History of Drinking in Utah
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Every profession has their masters. These people are good at what they do; they’re well respected within their professions by their peers. And sometimes these people leave behind a legacy.

 
 
Strange Books and Found Sounds: Red Light Bookstore

Strange Books and Found Sounds: Red Light Bookstore
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As Sugarhouse slowly devolves into corporate strip malls, ultimately pushing the small business owners out, many patrons of the area are already looking for an alternative free market. On March

What Once Was Sweet: Tearing Apart Sugarhouse

What Once Was Sweet: Tearing Apart Sugarhouse
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Sugarhouse has been among the most eclectic communities that Utah has to offer. Over the years skaters, soapbox philosophers, college professors, punks, metal heads, tech savvy geeks, pseudo intellectuals, artists,

A Chance Meeting on a Dissecting Table: An Interview with James Chance

A Chance Meeting on a Dissecting Table: An Interview with...
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2007 will see the release of a new James Chance and the Contortions record, tentatively titled Incorrigible. Named after one of the songs off the album, it’s not so much

Gallery Stroll: Camilla Taylor  – July 2007

Gallery Stroll: Camilla Taylor – July 2007
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The queen of Vegan Erotica, Camilla Taylor, will return from the furnaces of hell (also known as Phoenix, AZ) where she has been creating her little darlings: voodoo dolls of the people in her life. Camilla makes no qualms about it: “Each piece in this series is the (co)modification of an idea of a person or type of person … the friends who you can’t quite trust…” she says. Camilla’s new work has her being referenced as a sculptor but her true passion is printmaking.  … read more

Dear Dickheads – July 2007

Dear Dickheads – July 2007

Miss Jeanette Moses, I think the only reason you place us in yer special little box of offesive music is because you are either A) just a person who just got into punk withing 2-5 years ago and yer still just a tad bit niave punk music or B) a fem nazi hybrid in need of a good fuck but doesn’t want to do it because yer fem counter parts won’t like that you will yell out “Lyin Bitch, insert yer fists!!” … read more

Contributor Limelight: Emily Allen

Contributor Limelight: Emily Allen

July’s cover features the photographs and graphic design skills of Emily Allen. Emily Allen is no new face to SLUG Magazine, having penned CD reviews, a feature review with Yo La Tengo and served as our resident Localized photographer over the past six years. … read more