The Future of Utah: Ogden’s Revitalization Project

The Future of Utah: Ogden’s Revitalization Project
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My first trip to Ogden occurred last year; a group of friends and I ventured into the unknown city in search of some handrails to film. … read more

This ain’t no Chinese Jazz, it’s the Stooges!:  An Interview with Stooges Guitarist, Ron Asheton

This ain’t no Chinese Jazz, it’s the Stooges!: An Interview...
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Not only has Asheton continued to play music (and is influenced by such diverse sounds as The Who to Sun Ra) but he has a great memory and gift for storytelling.  … read more

Becoming a Stooge: an Interview with Mike Watt

Becoming a Stooge: an Interview with Mike Watt
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At first glance, it would appear that Watt is the Shemp character in the reformed Stooges. Playing alongside original members Iggy Pop and the Asheton brothers, it would seem that Watt is just one more hired hand in a long line of rock band reunifications. But scratch the surface a little and you’ll find that Watt has a long history of playing Stooges songs (sometimes with Stooges members)—a history that predates any talks of a reunion. … read more

SLC TATTOO CONVENTION: Tattoos, Brews and No Clues

SLC TATTOO CONVENTION: Tattoos, Brews and No Clues
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Tattoos. That part should be completely self-explanatory, unless of course you are completely brain dead. Brews. I must have drank a hundred dollars worth of these bad boys all three days of the convention. I know I sound like an alcoholic, but at least I am an alcoholic who can support all of his moocher-ass friends. No clues. These are what you have after drinking a hundred dollars worth of beer, three days straight. … read more

 
 
Gallery Stroll: Building a Community – March 2007

Gallery Stroll: Building a Community – March 2007
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It’s common knowledge that if you want to revitalize an area you get the arts involved. Artists need cheap wide-open spaces with low rents and once they move in, paint and beautify, more artists move in and eventually you have a vibrant, bustling community. … read more

The Dark Side of Martial Arts

The Dark Side of Martial Arts
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He got a running start and I’ll never forget what happened next: running full speed, he tripped over Emily Bradley, who was the first person kneeling down, and tumbled over all the other kids. … read more

Contributor Limelight: Adam Dorobiala

Contributor Limelight: Adam Dorobiala

Adam Dorobiala began his rise to fame at SLUG Magazine less than six months ago as a staff photographer. Since then, Adam has proved himself by putting the ACTION in action sports photography. … read more

Review: Catamenia

Review: Catamenia
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Catamenia Bringing the Cold to Poland Metal Mind Street: 01.16 Why this band has a live concert DVD is beyond me everything they do is pretty substandard and boring. Obviously