Topic: Entertainment

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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Reggae Rise Up Festival 2017 moves to River’s Edge Resort, Heber

Mid August, just before the Great American Eclipse, reggae fans squeezed the final juices out of Utah’s summer at Reggae Rise Up Festival, at River’s Edge Resort in Heber. Slightly …

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Interview with Antibalas: Twilight Concert Series, August 3

Photo Credit: Michael Davis If there were ever a more crucial time to dodge the bullets of troubling news from Washington and around the world, one would only pray the 12-piece fun …

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Don’t Call Me Son (Mãe Só Há Uma)

A gorgeous androgynous boy walks into a dance party wearing a raver wolf hood. He dances with boys and girls alike. When he leads a cohort into a backroom to get down, you get to s …

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Political Animals Review

Did you know that the first openly gay representative was in the state of California? Better yet, the representative was a lesbian. In 1990, Sheila Kuehl took on a role as the lone …

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Like Foam (Como La Espuma) Review

This film takes place in a big old mansion with a big yard and pool. The mansion’s sole resident, a gay paraplegic who inherited the home, lives alone in a very depressed state. An …

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Reggae Rise Up Sweetens Summer with SOJA/Dirty Heads and Upcoming Festival

The sweltering midsummer afternoon folds your workday into a hot, dry, blank slate of an evening, and all you can think about is getting away from the heat. But then you think agai …

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Damn These Heels Film Festival July 14-16

This weekend is the 14th annual “Damn These Heels” film festival, the longest running queer film fest in the western mountains, held right here in our own Salt Lake City. No matter …

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