POSTED // Apr 24,2014 - What drives Deborah Hake Brinkerhoff’s artistic composition is pure impulse. An artist who’s lively and vibrant, she never simply paints an empty attack on canvas. Brinkerhoff first decides general choices of subject,
POSTED // Apr 17,2014 - Utah expatriate Kristin Ann King may now live in Seattle, but her fascinating short-story collection Misfits from the Beehive State shows that she still has a firm finger on the peculiar qualities of the people here
POSTED // Apr 10,2014 - Repertory Dance Theatre’s spring performance Land pulls from a vast repertoire for an evening of works designed to celebrate the land we live on. The pieces use the diversity of Utah—from vast high deserts and dense
POSTED // Apr 3,2014 - Garrison Keillor, like a whole host of people in this country, grew up in a small town. Think Main Street with a local grocer and a barber shop, picket fences and everybody being on a first-name basis with everybody else.
POSTED // Mar 27,2014 - The Living Planet Aquarium has been kind of like that favorite home-aquarium-dweller, the hermit crab, over the course of its decade in Utah. In 2004, it opened in a small “preview” space in The Gateway;
POSTED // Mar 20,2014 - Lance Olsen is one of the foremost proponents and practitioners of experimental writing. He’s taught experimental narrative theory and practice in the creative-writing program at the University of Utah
POSTED // Mar 13,2014 - Dramatically speaking, grief is hard. A play can strand actors between catatonia and crazed wailing, leaving little room to struggle with the wide emotional ground in the middle. Deborah Brevoort’s The Women of Lockerbie
POSTED // Feb 20,2014 - Economist Friedrich Hayek achieved his greatest renown with The Road to Serfdom, which opposed excess government involvement in economic decision-making and a free-market approach to personal freedom;