Television Reviews

Television Reviews

Reviews for Adventure Time, Afterlife, Doctor Who, Futurama, Legit, The Mr. Magoo Theatrical Collection, News Radio, Ripper Street and The Simpsons.
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Video Game Reviews

Video Game Reviews

Video game reviews for BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, Bound by Flame, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, Full Bore, Full Mojo Rampage, Hakuoki: Stories of the Shinsengumi,  Kirby: Triple Deluxe, Lego: The Hobbit, Mario Golf: World Tour, Memento Mori 2, Mugen Souls Z, NES Remix 2, Squidds Odyssey, Tesla Effect, The Walking Dead, The Witch & The Hundred Knight, The Wolf Among Us and Viscera Cleanup Detail.
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Movie Reviews

Movie Reviews

Movie Reviews for Edge of Tomorrow, Every Everything: The Music, Life and Times of Grant Hart, How To Train Your Dragon 2, Life Itself and X-Men: Days of Future Past.  … read more

Book Reviews

Book Reviews

Book reviews for Acquisitions: The Plague Legacy Book 1, Daft Punk: A Trip Inside The Pyramid and Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal … read more

 
 
Product Reviews

Product Reviews

Product reviews for Amazon’s Amazon Fire TV, Beacon Audio’s Phoenix 2, CamelBak’s
Relay Water Filtration Pitcher, Rosemary Glass’ Glass Guitar Pick and Out Of Print Clothing’s A Clockwork Orange/Fahrenheit 451 T-Shirts. … read more

Gallery Stroll: Art Makes a City

Gallery Stroll: Art Makes a City
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What brings a city to life, and what gives it its heart? Historians and anthropologists credit community gathering spaces like libraries, schoolhouses and city halls. Typically, when I want to know about a city, I ask a city dweller. When you speak to a resident about the heart of the city, the conversation usually turns to merchants, restaurants, artists, theaters and performers—the makers and doers who make up the city.  … read more

Beer Reviews

Beer Reviews
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Now that we’re in the midst of summer’s full heat, it’s time to think about those thirst-quenching beers. Sure, you can visit the occasional double IPA or Belgian golden strong ale but, after mowing the lawn on a 90-degree-plus day, are you seriously going to tell me that you want something sweet with a little bit of alcohol burn? … read more

Mike Brown’s State of the Union Address, but for Juggalos

Mike Brown’s State of the Union Address, but for Juggalos
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First and foremost, I need to preface this article with the fact that I, Mike Brown, am not a Juggalo. I know a lot of you don’t believe me when I say that, but it’s a fact. I’m more of an ambassador that can speak their ridiculous and not-so-cryptic language. As I’ve stated before, I am their Jane Goodall and they are my chimps.  … read more

Princess Kennedy: Damn These Heels!

Princess Kennedy: Damn These Heels!
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In addition to Pride, one great party I did this year was a big Pride weekend kick-off with the Utah Film Center and Damn These Heels!, their official LGBTQ and A (IDK what half of those mean) film festival. We brought out my ghoulfriend Peaches Christ, Drag Queen of the Macabre and filmmaker extraordinaire. Anyone who reads my rants knows that I am super invested in the Film Center.  … read more

A Little Help From My Friends

A Little Help From My Friends
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The idea for Aldine Presents: With A Little Help From My Friends actually sprung from another event. In August 2010, several bands from the old Salt Lake punk scene staged the Zion Curtain Family Reunion with Massacre Guys and others at the Rim Rock Inn near Torrey, Utah.   … read more