Topic: Enjoy

From Fast Fashion to Conscious Consumption

The environmental cost of cheap clothing The scene is familiar. You go to your nearest fast fashion retailer to purchase some new clothes. You see racks and racks of identical shir …

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The Burning Bride Project

Marriage, at least in romance-based societies such as ours, is an act of hope, a commitment for the future. A belief in love. With (and certainly without) the best efforts, hope ma …

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MarchFourth is Bringing Their Funk Back To SLC

When asked to describe MarchFourth Marching Band in three words, bandleader John Averill had some trouble. After all, it’s hard to put three words to a marching band that is ever-c …

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CLOSE KNIT: A story on how families are not always stitched the same way

In Close-Knit, a Japanese film presented with English subtitles, written and directed by Naoko Ogigami, 11-year-old Tomo’s (Rinka Kakihara) life appears unstable and insecure. Her …

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Airing out some stale shit about being an artist on the road, critical reviews & telling your story: Valley Queen returns to Kilby Court August 12

Before you even knew who Jenny Lewis, Modest Mouse, and Phantogram were, SLC’s longest running all-ages venue Kilby Court was there for them, serving as Salt Lake’s humble outpost …

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On the Cover: August 2018

Since a very young age I have a had a deep desire to connect with people. Painting has been a way to bridge the raw energies of the subconscious and a way to communicate to the wor …

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Quiet Heroes: the only two doctors who would serve SLC’s AIDS/HIV community in the 80’s

Studded with local heroes and familiar downtown scenery, Quiet Heroes made for the perfect film to officially kick off the 15th Annual Damn These Heels Film Festival weekend. Direc …

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On the Cover: August 2018

Landcover Reprise by Marci Erspamer. Since a very young age I have had a deep desire to connect with people. Painting has been a way to bridge the raw   energies of the subcon …

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Radical Joy for Hard Times Book Review

Trebbe Johnson thinks that, in order to heal our broken relationship with the Earth, we can’t just protect and visit the most beautiful, most pristine natural places. We also have …

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First Ever TrouBeliever Fest Makes the Songs the Stars

The first annual TrouBeliever Fest, a music festival with a focus on songwriting, is happening August 3-4 at Snowbasin Resort. Anna Wilson, an award-winning songwriter and one of t …

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2018 Damn These Heels Film Festival Preview

Utah Film Center celebrates its 15th year of successfully presenting Damn These Heels, Salt Lake City’s own LGBTQ film festival. With 23 films and three shorts this year, DTH has c …

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The Misandrists Preview

Set in 1999 Ger(wo)many, the iconic, campy LGBT film-maker Bruce LaBruce presents his latest provocation: The Misandrists. The concept: female liberation army training in an isolat …

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Alaska is a Drag Preview

When thinking of Alaska, Sarah Palin and the tundra landscape may come to mind, not the setting of a drag queen’s beginnings. Alaska is a Drag tells the story of Leo (a stunning de …

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Sarah DeGraw & the Odd Jobs celebrate first album release at Clubhouse SLC

Sarah DeGraw & the Odd Jobs captivated a crowd during their debut album release June 23 with a combination of menacing and warm sounds that are commanding, yet inviting. Everyt …

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On the Cover: July 2018

Diving for Coins, by Jamie Wayman. Jamie Wayman knows water. A competitive swimmer for the University of Utah-turned -artist, she creates pool paintings with authenticity. Still sw …

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