Photo Feature: Matt Winskowski

Photo Feature: Matt Winskowski
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The boneless one is a trick I have always liked doing. It’s a classic trick that’s all about style. It was also the second trick I ever learned (it was much more common in 1990). I told Matt that I wanted to shoot a boneless at a street spot. Matt’s response: “What would Peter Hewitt do?” Apparently, he would do something like this. … read more

Princess Kennedy: A Halloween to DIY For

Princess Kennedy: A Halloween to DIY For
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My Halloween wish, if you will, is for people to bring the imagination back into their costumes—a little bit of humor or some extreme gore. I want to see the craft put back into “witchcraft!” It’s easier than you think, and some of my best costumes were made at the last second. Here are a few of Princess Kennedy’s household tips to a tran-tastic Halloween costume. … read more

Mike Brown’s Monthly Dirt: Halloween Costume Ideas

Mike Brown’s Monthly Dirt: Halloween Costume Ideas
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Oh boy, do I love Halloween. Halloween is one of those holidays when the sluts come out. A good costume can get you laid. This isn’t a column about how to get laid that night, but if you nab a piece because of some of the tips in this article, well then,
you’re welcome. … read more

Dear Dickheads – October 2012

Dear Dickheads – October 2012
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Hey Comon
SLUG Monkey’s zzz —
The best music is at Gardener Village Farmer’s Market. We’ll kick your little Lamenite butts. & you know it.
–Gary Stoddard … read more

 
 
Food Review: Pig & a Jelly Jar

Food Review: Pig & a Jelly Jar
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The newest venture by Meditrina Small Plates & Wine Bar founders Amy Britt and Jen Gilroy, Pig & A Jelly Jar is a fresh eatery serving breakfast and lunch seven days a week, and a three-course dinner on Sundays in the west Liberty Park neighborhood.  Fare here includes Monday-through-Friday blue-plate specials, the usual salad suspects, and a variety of Frittatas and sandwiches, crafted in the increasingly popular farm-to-plate model of locally sourced, seasonal ingredients. … read more

Contributor Limelight: Adam Okeefe

Contributor Limelight: Adam Okeefe

Adam Okeefe has been slingin’ mags for SLUG for well over two years, delivering the magazine from the far northern country of Logan all the way down south to Utah County. Okeefe is our very own polite delivery-ninja, sneaking in and out of your favorite coffee shops, record stores and local eateries, dropping the gift of magazines by the door with a smile on his face and leaving without a trace. … read more

Beer Reviews – October 2012

Beer Reviews – October 2012
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Our livers have survived the City Weekly Beer Festival, we’ve avoided a DUI at the Snowbird Oktoberfest and we’ve slowly made the budgetary adjustments to put up with the DABC fuckwits’ newly implemented taxation on high point. With all those things making your beer-damaged bladder quiver, what better month do we have to incite fear than the present? The beers we have are sure to cause a fright––there is a bock back from the dead, and some foreign invaders from Ogden are claiming to make high point beers. … read more

Beautiful Godzilla: Spooky Spokes

Beautiful Godzilla: Spooky Spokes
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Cyclists love costumes––especially when worn on themed group rides. The reasoning behind this is pretty simple––cyclists are also total attention whores. Seriously, think about it: Take the lane campaigns, Critical Mass, spandex shorts … You think it’s about activism and awareness? Of course not. We just want all eyes on us in our two-wheeled fabulosity. That being said, costume rides are heavy, and Halloween costume rides are even heavier. … read more

Product Reviews – October 2012

Product Reviews – October 2012

Products from Dry Case, Liberty Bottleworks and Power Practical are reviewed this month. … read more

Gallery Stroll: A Happy Death

Gallery Stroll: A Happy Death
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October, my dear old friend, I see you have come to welcome death and darkness in. Goodbye leaves, goodbye flowers, goodbye countless warm hours. Summer, you will be truly missed, but with October’s gentle kiss, I’ll welcome the change and say hello to sweaters and piles of snow. I will not cry, I will not be sad—in fact, I quite enjoy wearing plaid. To celebrate our last of days, I’ll attend galleries and parties and hopefully run into a few goblins or zombies. … read more