Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Wine Wednesday: Cline Cellars @ Silver Fork Lodge

If you ever have the opportunity, I'd urge you to visit Cline Cellars in Sonoma, CA. Cline is a sustainably farmed, family owned winery founded in 1982.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

The Pipeline: Getting More Than Expected From Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor

The latest sci-fi game from tinyBuild puts you in a spot to do no wrong.
Have you ever wondered what life would be like picking up garbage at a space airport? Well, now you can!

Salt Lake Salsa Fest

Previewing the first salsa festival in SLC.
Utah, in general, doesn't have a ton of dance-centric festivals. Sure, we have a thriving dance community that's sometimes collaborates in fun ways, but few major events span a weekend and showcase everyone at the moment.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Monday Meal: Hush Puppies

Last week for Monday's Meal I posted my favorite recipe for blackened fish fillets. To me, the best side dish for blackened or fried fish is hush puppies. 

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Paragon City Games

Checking out the latest game shop in Draper.
After the most recent convention season this year, it's clear that the gaming side of geekdom in Utah is a dominant force that is steadily gaining traction. So to capitalize on that, we're starting to see an influx of comic shops doubling up on gaming, and new stores in the pipeline.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Local Releases: Tasting Fire in the Muh

Brand new music from Erasole James, Badfeather, Stephanie Mabey and more.
The weather may not be cooperating with us this weekend, but who the hell cares: Music knows no bounds! Take a moment to go through our short list of digitally released local albums that came out this week, then join us below as we preview the two release shows we have going on over the next week through the rain and the chill.

Movie Reviews: Storks, Magnificent Seven, The Hollars

Author: The JT Leroy Story, Goat
Animated comedy and a Western remake hit multiplexes, while Sundance 2016 films including a cautionary drama and stranger-than-fiction documentary story take up residence in the Broadway Centre. Storks (pictured) succeeds by aiming first to be a comedy rather than a generic family-friendly animated movie.

Utah Recycling Alliance Aims to Score Zero

Local initiative sets sights on hard-to-recycle items.
The message behind the Utah Recycling Alliance is that “non-traditional” items—as opposed to those you put in those oft-blue, ofter-plastic disposals—can be reused.

Made In Utah Festival

A preview of the inaugural festival happening at The Gateway.
As our festival season wraps up, the city is pulling out their final lists and getting many of them done this coming weekend. One of the newest additions to the list is the Made In Utah Festival.

Thursday, September 22, 2016

The Pipeline: Spectacularly Scared By Future AI In Event[0]

The sci-fi adventure debut from Ocelot Society delivers big!
One of the coolest and most terrifying things I ever saw as a kid was HAL 9000 from 2001: A Space Odyssey.  Having your life endangered by an AI unit that could interpret your motives any way it sees fit, and might decide to kill you if necessary, made the future look promising and horrifying at the same time.

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