Get ready for the best places to see art in Utah this summer
A chilly, drizzly day might not scream "summer" to you, but today turns out to be a perfect day to be thinking ahead towards Utah's premier venues for enjoy great art, food and music. Today only, advance four-day passes for the 2017 Utah Arts Festival (June 22-25) are only $25 (plus $3 handling fee), nearly a 50% savings off the at-the-gate price of $12 per day.
Finding pop-culture comfort through the nerdy therapy podcast
It doesn't matter who you are: Sometimes you need a small voice of reason around to look at things objectively. But sometimes, your average therapist just isn't good enough, and you need someone specific who just "gets" you.
A chat with the SLC photographer about her latest exhibition at Nostalgia Cafe
After having most of the week bombarded by rain and weather that felt more like winter than spring—even with the sun out—we got a few moments of relief on Friday night during the Salt Lake Gallery Stroll. It was an interesting night of weird group shows, and an awkward goodbye to CUAC, but there were some cool solo shows in the mix.
Brand new music from Nick Passey, Tarot Death Card, Jill Johnson and more.
We have two album release shows to talk to you about today, but sadly, you won't be able to attend one of them. We're talking about it to do our part in promoting local music, but the show is sold out.
Three choreographers chat with us before the show happening April 28-29.
It may be the end of the performing arts season for several companies, but there are spaces where works are being produced year-round by talent you didn't even know existed in Utah. Next week on April 28 at the Sugar Space Arts Warehouse, three student choreographers from the University of Utah present a two-night performance of original works (along with music from the Will Baxter Band, Casey Van Portfleet and some surprise musical guests) in a show called Suite Space.
Louis Roederer Champagne is a unique Champagne house insofar as it is one of the few that are still family operated. Dating back to 1833 with the original Louis Roederer at the helm, Roederer is now managed by Frédéric Rouzaud, who represents the seventh generation of the Roederer family lineage.
Examining the new "clean comedy" shows happening in Provo.
Living in Utah, some comedians need to accept that at some point their audience is going to hit a ceiling because a lot of the population wants a "clean comedy" show. Going blue may appease some people in the state, but others prefer something that doesn't involve swearing or risque situations.