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;
POSTED // Feb 13,2014 - This is a year filled with various anniversaries celebrating Utah's rich history of performing arts. Odyssey Dance Theatre is one of the younger local mainstays, but it too is marking a significant milestone with its 20th
POSTED // Feb 6,2014 - Jeff Ross has a well-earned nickname in the entertainment industry-and it's a rather fitting one, too. Following in the footsteps of old masters such as Rodney Dangerfield and Buddy Hackett, Ross has perfected the artful sling
POSTED // Jan 30,2014 - Two popular artists showing in one gallery space—what could be better for the gallery-goer? Bonnie Sucec and Susan Beck, showing in the newly renovated Finch Lane Gallery spaces, offer a collaborative effort,
POSTED // Jan 23,2014 - Wasatch Theatre Company’s 14th-annual Page-to-Stage Festival caters to two of the hallmarks of our modern era: short attention spans and romantic angst. Audiences will be presented with six back-to-back plays—the most original
POSTED // Jan 16,2014 - Many understand the phrase “identity crisis” as describing a phenomenon that usually befalls younger people struggling to understand who they are. But artist and Salt 9 exhibitor Jillian Mayer is asking what happens to modern generations when you throw in the complicating factor of online identity.
POSTED // Jan 9,2014 - As idiosyncratic and singular as Utah’s history, geography and culture is, the state is bound to have its share of icons indigenous to the state. The exhibit Utah Iconography is taken from works in the State of Utah Fine Art
POSTED // Jan 2,2014 - Stand-up comedy can explore some fairly common general topics: relationships, everyday frustrations, etc. Owen Benjamin visits all of these areas, but he’s also got a secret weapon: music.