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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Gravity Well Studios

Chatting with the studio co-founders before the release of DIVE: Starpath
Thanks in part to the EAE program at the University of Utah, a lot of cool video games come out of this state. Through their program, many designers, programmers and artists have been able to collaborate beyond the projects they create in class.

Monday, March 27, 2017

Monday Meal: Fluffy Scrambled Eggs

How to make sensational scrambled eggs.

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Ella Mendoza

Chatting with one of the guests for the Grid Zine Fest on April 8.
A while ago we chatted with the crew of the Griz Zine Fest as they were starting to launch and getting their bearings as far as what they were going to do in the community. On April 8, they'll be launching their first official festival at the Salt Lake Arts Academy with workshops and guest speakers.

Friday, March 24, 2017

Trunk Flunk

Holladay residents 'appalled' over removal of historic trees.
Several  asked the council to come up with a new ordinance to protect trees in an area that is famous locally for its majestically-tall, 100 year-old cottonwoods.

Local Releases: Visiting From Tennessee

Brand new music from Truman Brothers, Sea Of Evenings, Constellations and more.
We've got one whole show tonight. Just one.

Purgatory Bar

Getting a feel for one of the latest bars to join the downtown SLC area.
Bars and clubs always seem to be coming and going. Some of the longest-running names have closed up shop, while others have slowly been transforming themselves into new types of hangouts in order to attract new people.

Movie Reviews: Life, Power Rangers, The Last Word, Song to Song, Raw, Wilson

A trio of new multiplex releases all skitter in with late or absent press screenings, while art house fare includes a Daniel Clowes adaptation, new Terrence Malick and cannibal coming-of-age horror. Life offers a few tense, unsettling moments in its "alien on the International Space Station" premise, but can't make its CGI threat threatening enough.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

This Blows

Gov. Herbert announces he plans to sign controversial .05 DUI bill.
Herbert, who recognizes Utah has the lowest DUI rate in the nation, says the state has a “zero fatalities” goal, and lowering the legal limit to .05 will only help in that regard.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Ready for Greatness

Utah welcomes 127 newly naturalized U.S. citizens.
Enlisted in the U.S. Army, Max Chadic vowed to defend a country that he wasn’t a citizen of. But on Wednesday—a day before his 29th birthday—that changed.

Plan-B: Not One Drop

Chatting with the playwright and actors for this bizarre new play.
The latest production from Plan-B Theatre Co., Not One Drop, marks the third production created in partnership with the David Ross Fetzer Foundation for Emerging Artists. This world premiere of Morag Shepherd's play closes out Plan-B's season with a weird and surrealistic dark comedy featuring Colleen Baum and Latoya Cameron.

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