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Friday, February 24, 2017

Movie Reviews: Collide, Rock Dog, Get Out, Bitter Harvest, The Red Turtle

Ahead of this weekend's Academy Awards, one more Oscar-nominated animated feature comes to town, along with an odd assortment of multiplex offerings for a traditional box-office dead zone. The Oscar-nominated animated feature The Red Turtle (pictured) might come from Studio Ghibli, but brings a unique style to its emotional, nearly-wordless story.

Local Releases: Snow Got Our Native Tongue

Brand new music from Native/Tongue, OVM, Alyxandri Jupiter and more.
The weekend is looking frostier by the minute, as the snow trickles down on us in Northern Utah. But that doesn't mean you can't enjoy yourself as you stay nice and toasty inside.

Pygmalion Productions: Eleemosynary

Chatting with the cast and director of Pygmalion's next production.
Pygmalion Productions' latest production, Eleemosynary, kicks off tonight at the Rose Wagner. The Lee Bessing play focuses on three single women in the same family who can't seem to communicate: Grandmother Dorothea, who is asserting her independence by being eccentric; mother Artie, who fled her mother's controlling nature;  and daughter Echo, a smart and sensitive child who Artie left in the care of Dorothea.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

“I Love You From my Shower!”

City Weekly staffer receives sweet, hilarious daily text messages from her loving grandma, and now they’ve gone viral.
Sierra Sessions receives daily text messages from Grams that include selfies taken in her living room, a bagel shop, the shower and other various locations, with a reminder of the love she has for her granddaughter.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The World's Greatest Comic Book Podcast

Chatting with three of the Utah-based comic book podcast's hosts.
Comic book culture has grown so much in the past decade that it's becoming near-impossible to stay knowledgeable about everything. Thankfully, there's an abundance of podcasts available, with panelists who have made reading their treasured tomes their livelihood.

Monday, February 20, 2017

Theater Review: Plan-B Theatre Company's "Virtue"

World-premiere play explores faith based on personal experience
There's a sense of opposition built right into Thomas George's set for Plan-B Theatre Co.'s production of Virtue, a world-premiere from local playwright Tim Slover.

Monday Meal: Easy Pork Carnitas

I really love carnitas - the Mexican meat dish of pork cooked in orange juice and other ingredients, served usually with tortillas or as tacos and burritos.  Carnitas are especially popular in the Mexican state of Michoacan.

February Gallery Stroll: Aleta Boyce

A look at the mixed-media exhibition currently on display at Art Access
An unusually warm February brought out people in droves who didn't mind walking around in the mild rain to see what was on display for this month's Salt Lake Gallery Stroll. That was both a blessing and a curse for a Friday night, as many galleries chose not to participate this month and instead took the night off, but it gave some opportunities for people to get around to other galleries they may not visit on their standard route.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

In The Loop: 2/18/17. Civil Unrest Is The New Black

Cool events to check out from Feb. 19 to March 4.
I personally can't recall the last time I scanned through events and saw so many protests. Wait, yes I can: the last time we elected George W. Bush and everyone was pissed off at everything.

Friday, February 17, 2017

Local Releases: Setting Things Ablaze

Brand new albums from RKDN, Pinetop Inferno, Creature Double Feature and more.
The weather may be playing tricks on us, but there's no denying we've got some awesome local music for you to check out tonight and tomorrow, as two bands will be releasing albums. First, check out our list of digital releases to come out over the past week, then join us below for more info on the concerts.

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