Friday, December 2, 2016

Local Releases: The Other Cyber Friday Tunes

Brand new music from Icy Blu, Deathblow, Fief and more.
Hey kids. We're still in what I would call "recovery mode" from the holiday; there are no official release shows this week.

Wallace Fetzer

The indie SLC comedian talks about local standup and his career.
A common theme you're going to see in many of the posts this month is how the year is winding down, and how that affects a lot of people. In the local comedy scene, you'll see a lot of fundraiser shows featuring a plethora of local talent, raising money for everything from Toys For Tots to the Road Home.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

SLC Commemorates World AIDS Day

Series of events organized by the Utah AIDS Foundation and Utah Film Center planned throughout the day.
“People still think that you can get HIV from kissing,” Utah AIDS Foundation's Benjamin Holdaway says . “They think you can get it from tears or spit or saliva. You can’t get it from hugging. You can’t get it from kissing."

The Pipeline: Cyber Chicken Is Just Dumb Fun For Platformers

Clucking along with the latest game from Groupees LLC and WHOA!
Not every game can be intelligent as all hell; some are just there for the sake of just being there. And as much as I would like to believe that average gamers are just a tad more intelligent than some average TV watchers, the truth is that a lot of them prefer jock-mentality games as opposed to anything with a real story.

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

2017 Sundance Film Festival competition films announced

Programming announcements for the 2017 Sundance Film Festival began today, with U.S. and World Dramatic Competition slates and the NEXT category, featuring a few names familiar to festival regulars. The U.S. Dramatic Competition's 16 features include new movies by returning directors Eliza Hittman (It Felt Like Love, Sundance 2013), Gillian Robespierre (Obvious Child, Sundance 2014) and  Alex Ross Perry (Listen Up Philip, Sundance 2014).

Loyal Cycle Co.

Chatting with the founder of the Farmington bicycle shop.
The cycling season may be coming to a close for the average rider, but for those who bike as their primary mode of transportation, setting it up for the winter will become a necessity in the next few weeks. Most every city has a shop they can turn to, and when we get a chance, we like to focus some attention on the smaller independent stores around the state.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Seeing It Happen

Mexican Consulate in SLC awards $89,000 in scholarship grants.
When Heidi Chamorro León, an immigrant from Mexico, told a high school teacher she would one day be a lawyer, she remembers the teacher responding with an incredulous laugh: “Ha. I’d love to see that happen.”

The Pipeline: Fighting Nazis, Yet Again, In Day Of Infamy

Looking over another WWII first-person shooter currently on Steam.
World War II. No other war in the history of human warfare has given us more films, television shows, educational programs, propaganda, comment fights and all around notoriety.

Wine Wednesday: Escape to Italy @ Stoneground

There are still a few seats available for tonight's (Wednesday, November 30th) "Escape to Italy" wine pairing dinner at Stoneground Kitchen. The evening will feature special guest Scott Slobin and wines from Leonardo LoCascio Selections.

Monday, November 28, 2016

Monday Meal: Turkey Tetrazzini

If you still have some turkey from Thanksgiving and you're tired of sandwiches, here's an easy way to make use of those leftovers—a recipe that even the little ones love: Turkey Tetrazzini. In fact, you can even get the kids involved in assembling the tetrazzini.

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