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24Seven: Where it’s @ for the week of Sept. 20-26

By Joey Hellrung
POSTED // Sep 19,2007 - Thursday 9.20 Common courtesy suggests a handshake when meeting someone. But when your new acquaintance is a dead ringer for mountain-man Jedediah Smith or an American Indian chief, it’s understandable if you’re left gaping. Midvale City Park...

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Room for Improv-ment

Dance: Movement Forum brings on-the-fly choreography to The Game.

By Jenny Poplar
POSTED // Sep 5,2007 - Improvisation isn’t always pretty. A guitar solo, a comedy routine or a fire-and-brimstone sermon assembled on the fly can be captivating one moment, incomprehensible the next. In the production The Game, Movement Forum Improvisational Dance Company...

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Broad Side

Theater: The spoof humor of Desert Star’s Spamlet must be somebody else’s scene.

By Rob Tennant
POSTED // Sep 5,2007 - The lobby of the Desert Star Playhouse is made to look like the miniature Main Street of an idealized Old West town. Log-hewn storefronts lead to the theater. To the right is the racket of a commercial kitchen and the smell of pizza. I’m here to...

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Arts & Culture: Where it’s @ for the week of Sept. 6-12

By Joey Hellrung
POSTED // Sep 5,2007 - Thursday 9.6 With all due respect to the teaching profession, history classes can be boring. But maybe it isn’t the short teenage attention span to blame so much as it was the material presented. According to James Loewen (Lies My Teacher Told...

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Declaration for Independents

Books: Beyond Amazon.com, local bookstores can define the soul of a city.

By Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Aug 29,2007 - During a recent swing along the West Coast, I discovered the toughest part of meeting the locals: that moment when they would ask, “Where are you from?” If the questioner had never been to Utah, the answer “Salt Lake City” would...

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Arts & Culture: Where it’s @ for the week of Aug. 30-Sept.5

By Joey Hellrung
POSTED // Aug 29,2007 - Thursday 8.30 In the Broadway musical 42nd STREET, producers want the new show Pretty Lady to become a hit in the midst of the Great Depression. And, as the story goes, the loveable Peggy Sawyer transcends her klutzy audition to become an overnight sensation....

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Forward Progress

Dance: Ririe-Woodbury alums build Momentum with a little help from their friends.

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Aug 22,2007 - Umbrella titles for multichoreographer dance concerts often have little or no relevance to the actual collection of works. Momentum, on the other hand, actually does seem to fit the bill. An evening of modern dance independently produced by a trio of...

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Sound Ideas

Multimedia: Salt Lake Audioptic displays the results'and the process'of turning noise into visual art.

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Aug 22,2007 - Multimedia art—combining visual works with sound—isn’t a new medium. But using sound to actually imprint images on the visual plane is a technique that hasn’t been attempted much before. The new genre of “sound art”...

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Arts & Culture: Where it’s @ for the week of Aug. 23-29

By Joey Hellrung
POSTED // Aug 22,2007 - Thursday 8.23 Before KUED-TV producer Ken Verdoia mediated the debate between Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson and talk-show host Sean Hannity, he was focused on more pressing issues (they do exist) than the politics du jour. Tonight, the Healthy Environment...

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Where it’s @ for the week of Aug. 23-29

By Joey Hellrung
POSTED // Aug 22,2007 - THUR26 In WHITE LIGHT/BLACK RAIN, filmmaker Steven Okazaki chronicles the aftermath of the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki through the stories of survivors. Some disfigured and most psychologically damaged, survivors offer unbelievable...
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