Topic: Entertainment

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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Don’t Get Me Started: July 2018

The heat is on. Ned: How’s the cop business, Oscar? Oscar: Real good. Always starts hopping in weather like this. When it gets this hot, people try to kill each other. — Body Heat …

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Xavier Rudd returns to SLC on Monday

Photo by Cole Bennetts, courtesy of Xavier Rudd Known for his spiritually conscious music and multi-instrumental performing skills, Xavier Rudd is an Australian native who has been …

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Talia Keys & The Love Album Release Party

Talia Keys and The Love don’t just put on a show, they put on a kick-ass party On Saturday, April 21, Talia Keys and The Love released their new album, We Are Here, with an unforge …

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2018 Red Butte Garden Outdoor Concert Series Lineup

Summer is knocking at Salt Lake’s doorstep! The long awaited lineup for the 2018 Red Butte Garden Outdoor Concert Series was recently announced. The beautiful, outdoor amphitheater …

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Anote’s Ark & climate justice warriors at Sundance Film Festival

Courtesy of Sundance Institute Imagine if you were burdened with this news: Your entire country will be completely uninhabitable within this century due to rising sea levels. All y …

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No Small Talk: RBG at Sundance

Courtesy of Sundance Institute Nothing that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says is unimportant. Scholars, lawyer and politicians study her words and will continue to study them for ge …

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“Kusama – Infinity” Attempts to Give Yayoi Kusama the Film She Deserves

Courtesy of Sundance Institute In life, the human condition can be explained by the attempt to create a legacy that will outlast our time here on earth. The documentary “Kusama – I …

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Movies to see at Sundance 2018

Genesis 2.0 / Courtesy of Sundance Institute One hundred and ten feature-length films were selected for the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. These films (selected from 13,468) represen …

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Sackerson’s The Little Prince Review

  Amy Ware (Snake) & McKenzie Steele Foster (Little Prince) Sackerson’s production of The Little Prince (adapted from the children’s book by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, script by …

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Briefly Noted: RadioActive on KRCL 90.9FM

Last month CATALYST was a guest on KRCL’s RadioActive, a show for grassroots activists and community builders, weeknights at 6, hosted by Lara Jones and associates. This is the bes …

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Trevor Hall is back in Salt Lake City

Roots rock musician Trevor Hall has been recording music since the age of sixteen when his dad gave him a career-changing birthday surprise: the opportunity to record his own album …

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