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 27,2014 - Every so often, a voice comes along that makes me stop in my tracks, and the gorgeous pipes belonging to Boise, Idaho, alt-country songstress Eilen Jewell has that exact effect.
POSTED // Mar 26,2014 - Best Pizza Este Pizzeria Pizza is a very personal thing. And for true pizza enthusiasts, the pursuit of the perfect pizza is never-ending. Well, for aficionados searching out thin-crust,
POSTED // Mar 26,2014 - Best Antiques/Collectables Now & Again Since bursting onto the retro scene in 2009, this downtown shop has racked up loyal fans who count on the keen eye of owner Michael Sanders to find the choicest mid-century furniture and fun
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 20,2014 - With innovative fan experiences like UMBowl (the fifth happening in New York in May), in which fans dictate the show’s proceedings, Illinois prog-rock sextet Umphrey’s McGee champions crowd relations with monthly podcast
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