Sundance Film Festival Review: Tickled

Written by Z. Smith
Published in Regulars & Shorts

Tickled: Yes, certainly we all have been; by a family member, friend, or bosom buddy; yes. But, can any of us rightly say that we’ve had our lives ravaged by tickling?

- by Z. Smith

CATALYST converses with Sonita (pron. So nee TA), Afghani rapper-turned-Utah school girl

Written by Katherine Pioli
Published in Regulars & Shorts

Sonita is a brave young Afghani refugee in Iran (now a resident of Utah) and the subject of the film Sonita, by Iranian filmmaker Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami, showing this week at the Sundance Film Festival.
by Katherine Pioli

Bishop’s Public Lands Initiative an epic fail

Written by Amy Brunvand
Published in Regulars
Bishop’s “grand bargain,” unveiled today, is an epic fail: Wilderness without protection; designated “energy zone” sacrifice areas; never-ending grazing rights; and water conservation funds banned from use on Wilderness or Conservation areas.
- By Amy Brunvand

Comings & Goings: Sweet Adelines local chapter open house

Written by Staff
Published in Regulars

If you’re a woman with a song in your heart and a knack for four-part barbershop harmony, check out the Mountain Jubilee Chorus.

Comings & Goings: Utah company, Healthy Hemp Pets, makes CBD-rich dog biscuits

Written by Sophie Silverstone
Published in Regulars

And no, your dog will not get high. Your dog will, however, probably want more.

-by Sophie Silverstone

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