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Essentials: A&E Picks Sept. 19-25

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Sep 19,2013 - During the stand-up comedy boom of the 1980s, comics might have had a shot at sitcom deals while selling out sports stadiums. Today, they get to do their own podcasts while slogging it out in the thousands of small comedy clubs

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Essentials: A&E Picks Sept. 12-18

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Sep 12,2013 - In addition to having the ability to open the mind, art has the ability to expand the mind and challenge consciousness.

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Essentials: A&E Picks Sept. 5-11

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Sep 5,2013 - Alexis Coplin grew up in the Salt Lake City Greek Orthodox community and has attended the annual Greek Festival every year since its humble beginnings, even volunteering as a child.

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Essentials: A&E Picks Aug. 29-Sept. 4

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Aug 29,2013 - All five of the state’s Division I football programs kick off the 2013 season this week, headlined by Utah State coming to Salt Lake City on Thursday night. In the second game of the 2012 season, the Aggies beat

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Essentials: A&E Picks Aug. 22-28

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Aug 22,2013 - Without common household name recognition, most people would probably recognize Mary Lynn Rajskub from her turn on the hit television show 24 as intense CTU systems analyst Chloe O’Brian,

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Essentials: A&E Picks Aug. 15-21

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Aug 15,2013 - If Utah has a regional artistic specialty—demonstrated by a large number of artists who have practiced it over a significant period, with a high degree of excellence—it would be abstracted landscape.

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Essentials: A&E Picks Aug. 8-14

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Aug 8,2013 - The artist is Shigeyuki Kihara, and the UMFA show is the eighth installment of the exciting salt series. Tassie has handled the prodigious project brilliantly, creating an exhibition authentic to the nature of this

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Essentials: A&E Picks Aug. 1-7

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Aug 1,2013 - Nine years ago, local glass artist Dan Cummings developed the idea for a group show celebrating the best of local sculpture. The Utah Cultural Celebration Center not only approved his proposal,

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Essentials: A&E Picks July 25-31

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Jul 25,2013 - Presented by the Polynesian Cultural Center, Ha: Breath of Life is a production featuring original choreography and musical compositions from Fiji, Hawaii, New Zealand, Samoa, Tahiti and Tonga. This traveling version of the production tells the life story of Mana, a young man of the ancient South Pacific whose life begins as his parents are washed onto a Tongan shore after their canoe capsizes. Mana’s journey from childhood to adolescence and into manhood takes him from Tonga to Hawaii and New Zealand, then Samoa to Tahiti and Fiji. Experiencing life, love and loss, Mana embraces the pain and beauty of the circle of life through birth, death and birth again in this visually stimulating production.

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Essentials: A&E Picks July 18-24

Forgiven by Nature, Salt Lake Shakespeare, Peruvian Festival, Dancers of the Silver Screen, Urban Arts Festival

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Jul 18,2013 - Architecture, at its most basic, is the building of structures so that humans don’t have to live directly in nature. Gianni Pettena and others founded the Radical Architecture movement of the 1960s and ’70s,
 
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