Craft Lake City Artist: Julie Stutznegger

Craft Lake City Artist: Julie Stutznegger
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Julie Stutznegger is a busy lady. She has no time for bullshit, she is frequently performing with her punk band and working as a full-time artist. … read more

The Princess and the Pro

The Princess and the Pro
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People constantly ask me how I keep my lithe stature and showgirl calfs. My answer is as simple as my regimen: a mix of bicycling with light jazz-handing on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I’m an avid cyclist 365 days. Like, haven’t-owned-a-car-in-15 years, rode-my-bike-across-Europe-twice kind of enthusiast. … read more

Andy Patterson

Andy Patterson
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After drumming around the world with the likes of Shelter and Inside Out, Andy Patterson started recording and using some of the same mantras he learned while on the road back in the studio. His near-constant work and resume that reads hundreds of projects long has led to Patterson garnering respect not only in Utah, but all over the world. … read more

Dave Payne

Dave Payne
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When he’s not busy being a father of twins, fixing up his house, performing with several bands, or up late playing arcade games in his basement, Dave Payne is at the helm of his very own recording studio known as Spaceship Arcade Studio. … read more

Dot Your I’s, Cross Your Ties

Dot Your I’s, Cross Your Ties
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It’s really not surprising that Sister Dottie S. Dixon’s persona outgrew her three minute weekly segments on KRCL. She needed her own stage show—One that could deliver a more positive message than say… Brokeback Mountain, which in the end shows if you’re gay, you’re going to get fag-bashed and live in a trailer for the rest of your life. … read more

Princess Kennedy: Christmas Sweater – December 2009

Princess Kennedy: Christmas Sweater – December 2009
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The sacred story of how Princess Kennedy saved Christmas from the evil hand of a bad French designer may be shared this holiday season. … read more

Jeff Michael Vice – February 2, 1965 – May 27, 2014

Jeff Michael Vice – February 2, 1965 – May 27,...
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On May 27, Salt Lake City lost one of its favorite sons. Jeff Vice was somebody that everyone in town knew—he couldn’t walk into any bar or coffee shop without seeing a friend or being recognized by a fan with whom he would instantly interact, as if they were already friends. He gave everyone his attention and was always ready to talk movies, music and comics expertly and passionately. … read more