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Fan Diego

Comics: Braving the Comic-Con crowds to learn what’s coming in 2008.

By Trevor Hale
POSTED // Aug 8,2007 - On the last weekend in July this year, 100,000 fanboys (and a surprising number of fangirls) descended in swarms upon the San Diego Convention Center to take part in one of the industry’s biggest events: Comic-Con. Three of the four days were sold...

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24Seven

Where it’s @ For the week of Aug. 9-15 2007

By Joey Hellrung
POSTED // Aug 8,2007 - Thursday 8.9 If you build it, they will come—and they did. Each year, the Utah Arts Alliance asks local artists to submit proposals for solo and group shows. But with many would-be solo artists and only 12 months in a year, the Alliance’s...

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24Seven

Where it’s @ For the week of AUGUST 2-8

By Joey Hellrung
POSTED // Jul 31,2007 - THUR 2 Here’s a clue you won’t want to ignore: Acclaimed mystery author RHYS BOWEN is on tour promoting the first book in her newest series, Her Royal Spyness. While it’s no mystery why the author has been nominated for every major mystery...

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Faster Pussycats! Thrill! Thrill!

Salt Lake City’s Slippery Kittens continue the burlesque tradition

By Tom Martinez
POSTED // Jul 31,2007 - The raucous tradition of burlesque—with its dance style combining choreographed numbers and striptease—calls to mind turn-of-the-century entrepreneurs like the Minsky brothers, provided the launching ground for performers like Abbott &...

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TrueTV: Habeas Corpses

Buh-bye Standoff, Hex and Harvey; hello Holly and Glenn.

By Bill Frost
POSTED // Jul 18,2007 - n n n DVD Absolute Garbage All of Garbage’s videos on one DVD. See kids, Garbage was a rock band in the ’90s, with four ugly dudes and a hot Scottish redhead. (Garbage.com) ...

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24-Seven

Where it’s @ For the week of JULY 19-25

By Kate Pappas
POSTED // Jul 18,2007 - THUR19 Televised coverage of local Utah events is a rarity, usually reserved for the LDS Church’s general conferences and the Utah Jazz. But the FANO MAOHI OF UTAH has joined the ranks, as the Tahitian and Tongan dance competition will be broadcast...

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Flush With Fashion

Local boutiques look to expand the definition'and the market'for fine art.

By Chris Adamson
POSTED // Jul 11,2007 - Moving fabric between their fingers, feeling seams and admiring shape, art enthusiasts get a tactile experience they’re probably not used to at Salt Lake City’s monthly gallery stroll. They admire the work in ways not involving a “Don’t...

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Warren Piece

The talented'and prolific'Warren Ellis keeps re-inventing the comic-book medium.

By Trevor Hale
POSTED // Jul 11,2007 - Writing is a fun way to make a buck but, in order to make a living at it, it’s usually necessary to think outside the box. Something is needed to hook the reader'a new spin on old clichĂ©s like “thinking outside the box.” Warren Ellis has...

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Worth a Thousand Words

Two new books tell Utah stories through both words and images.

By Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Jul 6,2007 - While the written word and visual artistry are both perfectly capable of standing on their own, two recently released local books remind us how well the two forms of communication can complement each other.nnMy Kitchen Table: Sketches From My Life demonstrates...

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Director Marketing

“Superindie” filmmakers offer their unique work straight to your DVD player.

By MaryAnn Johanson
POSTED // Jul 6,2007 - The Internet has made it an exciting time to be a movie fan.nnAnd I’m not just referring to how the Web has taken film fandom into whole new realms that encompass geekboy ecstasy as well as serious, thoughtful criticism, the likes of which the mainstream...
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