Aren’t poetry slams really more performance art than literary art?
Performance poetry is a way of taking academic writing one step further and engaging the audience to feel the emotions the poet is feeling.
It was with keen interest that I read Ted McDonough’s recent article [“Not Quite All That Jazz” March 12, City Weekly] as Salt Lake City looks to trim its budget by reducing or eliminating funding of the Salt Lake City International Jazz Festival.
Many Utah Mormons do follow the mentality of state Sen. Chris Buttars, R-West Jordan, over the Mormon President Thomas S. Monson [“Two-faced Utah,” March 5, City Weekly], but there are Mormons who think differently.
Curses, Foiled Again Police arrested a man they said bought fake drugs with fake money. Kyle Kochelek, 21, handed an undercover officer in Unicoi County, Tenn., "obviously bad money," according to investigators, who pointed out to the Johnson City Press.
Ted McDonough’s March 19 story about the plight of Salt Lake City’s single-room occupancy hotels “Gimme Shelter” prompted “BarryPortugal” to speak his mind about what he thinks makes Salt Lake City suck so thoroughly ...
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