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Culture, Entertainment

LOCAL COLOR closes Plan-B Theatre’s 30th Anniversary Audio-Only Season

LOCAL COLOR is comprised of four short plays by members of Plan-B’s Theatre Artists of Color Writing Workshop: DoLs by Dee-Dee Darby-Duffin (a comedy about becoming friends in the …

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Astrology

Aquarium Age: April 28-May 4, 2021

It’s a crunchy week, filled with clunks and awkward elbow jabs, and maybe even too many rough edges to navigate with a smile. Strong determination is required to stay on whatever t …

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Astrology

Aquarium Age: April 21-27, 2021

I was watching The 11th Hour with Brian Williams last Friday night when he asked one of his guests, Caroline Randall Williams, what she saw as she looked at where we …

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Astrology

Aquarium Age: April 14-20, 2021

Each week a friend or reader always asks if life is ever returning to normal, and every week when I sit down to stargaze, observe, and deliver an opinion about planetary patterns, …

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Astrology

Aquarium Age: April 7-13, 2021

This week planetary alignments shift just a little making the astral air slightly easier to breathe and to bear. The planets are aligned in positive patterns and as a result, there …

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Aquarium Age: March 31-April 6, 2021

My head is exploding from trying to track the many social and cultural revolutions happening simultaneously, and when I couple that with the dizzying pace of change turning so many …

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Aquarium Age: March 24-30, 2021

It’s another week of dynamic contradiction, which isn’t surprising given that we are in the midst of so many monumental challenges to the status quo. On the one hand, there is the …

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Culture, Entertainment

Playwright Matthew Ivan Bennett goes “back to the page” for his new play Art & Class

As a writer-actor, I seek an actor’s viewpoint when I write. But I found that I needed more in developing my new play Art & Class, which centers on a Latina art teacher in …

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Astrology

Aquarium Age: March 17-26, 2021

The psychic air shifted over the last several weeks and that change is attributable to several factors, not all astrological, although the speedy feel that moved through last week …

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Environmental Politics

Utah Bioregional Reader: What is our Land Use History?

The narrative line of bioregional history should be the story of different but sequential cultures occupying the same space, and creating their own succession of places. – Dan Flor …

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Astrology

Aquarium Age: March 10-16, 2021

Welcome to the Saturn/Uranus square and its power to dismantle atrophied systems that can no longer be carried forward into the future. We’re in the midst of an unfolding collapse …

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Astrology

Aquarium Age: March 3-9, 2021

There’s a definite shift in the wind this week, and although winter continues for a while longer here in the Northern Hemisphere, spring is just about to begin. Couple the promise …

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Astrology

Aquarium Age: February 24-March 2, 2021

Mercury is direct. The Saturn/Uranus square continues. Mars trines Pluto, providing a hardworking, concentrated, and persevering attitude toward getting “it” (whatever that may be) …

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Astrology

Aquarium Age: February 17-February 23, 2021

Endurance is the key word for this week and for oh so many weeks going forward. We’re under the influence of a Saturn/Uranus square that is exact and separating today, but because …

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Culture

Breaking the Wall of Silence Around Unintended Pregnancy with the Audio Play, “P.G. Anon”

Julie Jensen’s latest play, “P.G. Anon,” opens Plan-B Theatre’s 2021 Audio-Only Subscription Series, streaming February 25-March 7. One day a friend of mine was complaining, “You d …

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