• Issue Archive for
  • Aug 14-20, 2014
  • Vol. 31, No. 14
  • The Beer Issue 2014

News

  • Daredevils, Up to a Point
  • Daredevils, Up to a Point

    A British charity canceled a rappelling fundraiser over concerns that seagulls would dive-bomb the participants, as they did health & safety inspectors checking the Somerset site before the event.

Restaurants & Bars

Music

  • Live: Music Picks Aug. 14-20
  • Live: Music Picks Aug. 14-20

    Eight years is quite the break to take from releasing new music, but singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Beck wasn't twiddling his thumbs between 2008's Modern Guilt and his relaxed, glowing Morning Phase, which dropped in February.

Culture

  • Essentials: Entertainment Picks Aug. 14-20
  • Essentials: Entertainment Picks Aug. 14-20

    Utah's national parks is legendary, captured in classic films and the work of inspired visual artists. It's hard to imagine a scenario in which those grand arches, spires and cliffs somehow become more majestic—unless it's when they're serving as a backdrop for performances by the Utah Symphony.

Guides

  • Artys 2014
  • Artys 2014

    For City Weekly’s annual Artys Awards, we’re once again inviting readers to vote for the best contributions to Utah’s arts scene over the past year. From theatrical and dance performances to gallery exhibitions, from comedy shows to fascinating books, local artists have given us plenty of amazing work.

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