An acronym for Salt Lake UnderGround: SLUG Mag amplifies Salt Lake City’s thriving alternative and underrepresented subcultures with thoughtful media coverage and exclusive event curation.
African Psycho Alain Mabanckou Soft Skull Press Street: 03.01 The story of Gregoire Nakobomayo, a would-be serial killer, had the potential to be good. Sadly, African Psycho falls flat. Gregoire’s
It seems that for the past while now, if some lame band or shitty recording ‘artist’ contacts SLUG and requests an interview and they don’t really want to do the
Wow, for once the above phrase “This is the Place” has relevance in Utah other than the pristine nature our state holds within its borders. American Fork Skate Park is
Reviews for Adidas Skate Shoes and Satori Movement Wheels. … read more
Hell yeah, spring is here. The sun is shining and it’s nice to just be alive. Skateboarding is still making the world go around, maybe not, but at least skating makes
Jordan Williams, one of the up and coming skateboarders of Salt Lake, is making a scene on and off his seven ply maple deck. An avid golfer and bowler, Jordan
Two days of warm weather have inspired large women to go out in public dressed in only Daisy Dukes and bikini tops (and their white trash men to walk around completely shirtless). … read more
The work of painter Fletcher Booth forces the viewer to stand back. In an array of larger-than-life studies depicting cops, bikers, bouncers and marines (figures which Booth just calls “men”).
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