Topic: Enjoy

On the cover: Dig by Rebecca Campbell

Native Utahn Rebecca Campbell received her MFA in painting and drawing in June 2001 from the University of California, Los Angeles. She has exhibited nationally and internationally …

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What you’ll find in this issue.

It’s not as if all the regular shenanigans and triumphs that usually make the news are nonexistent, now that pandemics and social injustices and awakenings command the headlines: T …

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Masking: A survey of the mania

In these uncertain times, one thing we know for sure: People love tacos. The grand convergence of Taco Tuesday and Cinco de Mayo caused a drive- through/pickup gridlock around the …

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Spaceship Earth: a new film to inspire the power of small groups and to re-imagine our world

Photo courtesy of Sundance Institute You may remember the story––in 1991, in Oracle, Arizona, about an hour north of Tucson, eight people sealed themselves inside “Biosphere 2,” a …

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On the cover: Mother Descent, by Day Schildkret of Morning Altars

I am devoted to the pursuit of impermanent beauty and how that can become nourishment for life to continue. As an artist, my eye is often drawn toward the fallen and my hands yearn …

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“Time” steeped in time

An impressionistic portrait of love and waiting. At the time of my writing this review, January’s Sundance Film Festival is likely all but forgotten by most people. Writers, direct …

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Poetry needed now more than ever

Literary and performance poet Glenis Redmond’s virtual visit on Thursday , May 7. Say what you want about poetry. Complain that it’s deceptively complicated. Complain about the tea …

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Constant Creation + Community = Project apART

From college students to office workers to medical professionals, social isolation has taken its toll. Everyday tasks and line items like commuting to work, cafes, and walking to c …

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Numbers Game

New stats to track Every day is Groundhog Day for dogs. The same meal, the same treat, the same walk and the same complaining humans. The most amazing thing about dogs is that they …

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Urban Almanac: May 2020

May 1  Average temperatures today: high 67º, low 45º. Sunrise: 6:25am. Sunset: 8:24pm. May 2  Stuck in the house with a well-stocked pantry but out of ketchup? Make your own: https …

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On the cover: Quarantini, by Ruth Plummer

The “Quarantini” cocktail picks were created by Atomic Kraftworks of Venice, CA because sometimes we just need a little sense of humor to get through times like this. Atomic Kraftw …

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2020 State of the Universe Address

A two-step program to create political climate change and establish heartland security. “To upshift our karma in these challenging times, we must embrace political climate change—w …

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Poetry month celebration

Eleven poetry boxes are placed throughout the University of Utah’s Red Butte Garden. This month and next, they contain the winning poems of Red Butte Garden’s annual Poetry Month c …

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My Corona

Let Uncle Dennis tell you a bedtime fable. “Stop crying, Jimmy. I’ve done all the research and there is only a .001% chance of a monster coming out from under your bed to eat you; …

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Moth Boy by Marcee Blackerby (1944-2019)

Marcee liked working with found objects, thriving in the chaos of mixed media art.  She felt there is a kind of kinetic energy that develops when combining like with unlike, creati …

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