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Film Festival

Slamdance 2014

After two decades, Slamdance is experienced in turning failure into fortune

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Jan 16,2014 - When the story gets told about how four filmmakers got rejected from Sundance and out of spite started their own film festival, people automatically think that the decision to create a little

Dance

NOW ID

New dance company to put on The Wedding

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Jul 22,2013 - After more than a decade at the artistic helm of Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, Denmark native Charlotte Boye-Christensen is eager to flex both her choreographic muscles and wide-ranging artistic sensibility.

Dance

Ririe-Woodbury's "One"

Final show for Charlotte Boye-Christensen

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Apr 23,2013 - In 2002, the energetic and cosmopolitan Charlotte Boye-Christensen decided to accept a job as associate artistic director of Utah’s Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company.

Food & Drink

Create What You Crave

Learn sous vide cooking at Leo workshop

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Jan 29,2013 - Michael Petralia is the visionary, co-creator, curator and science/technology expert behind The Leonardo’s brand-new workshop series Create What You Crave.

Film Reviews

Slamdance

Carving out its own Park City space

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Jan 18,2013 - It has become a bit of film lore at this point: Slamdance was born out of rejection, when four filmmakers were denied access to the illustrious Sundance and began their own festival out of spite.

Food & Drink

Garden Gate

Catch these sweet treats before they're gone

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Dec 18,2012 - Many families spend time together during the holiday season, busy in the kitchen baking love and kindness into their sweet confections.

Food & Drink

Pioneer Urban Foods

Local pre-made meals delivered to your door

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Dec 4,2012 - Next time you find yourself neck-deep in a freezer, teeth chattering, with chilled air billowing around your head as you search for another Stouffer’s family-size Lasagna Italiano, do yourself a favor ...

Dance

Ballet West: The Lottery

Onstage drawing heightens the tension

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Oct 29,2012 - Spoiler alert: By the end of the ballet, someone has to die. Not literally, of course; the dancers themselves are quite safe. But anyone familiar with Shirley Jackson’s 1948 classic American short story The Lottery ...

Visual Art

Craft Lake City

Annual celebration of all stuff DIY

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Aug 6,2012 - The do-it-yourself philosophy—more commonly referred to as DIY—has a long history. Long before most everything became outsourced and mechanized, DIY was simply necessary for everyday survival.

Dance

SB Dance: Of Meat & Marrow

Dancers as "movement sculptures"

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Jun 4,2012 - According to Stephen Brown—the SB in SB Dance—audiences typically get the gist of a dance piece within the first few minutes of watching it.
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