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Dance | Dance Dance Resolution: Studio D provides a sampler platter for the art of movement

By Jenny Poplar
POSTED // Feb 27,2008 - It’s a question for the ages: Can ballet dancers and modern dancers collaborate productively and peacefully? Pointe shoes vs. bare feet? Romantic tutus vs. understated costumes? Can such stylistic preferences be reconciled? According to Ballet...

Music Articles

Music | She Blinded Me With Music: Logan’s Libbie Linton balances bioengineering and an acoustic guitar

By Jenny Poplar
POSTED // Feb 27,2008 - Fans of singer-songwriter Libbie Linton’s distinctive voice will be shocked to learn that Linton was initially hesitant to sing in front of an audience. “I was always much more confident as a guitar player,” says a notably shy Linton...

City Guide

City Guide 2008 | Culture: Dance - Where Feet Meet

Local dance companies invite you to a moving experience.

By Jenny Poplar
POSTED // Feb 1,2008 - It’s not surprising that dancer Julianne Hough—the blonde firecracker who captivated the nation when she partnered Dancing With The Stars champions speed skater Apolo Anton Ohno...

Music Articles

Music | Love Your Beard: Utah’s Grizzly Prospector! channels Burl Ives

By Jenny Poplar
POSTED // Jan 23,2008 - Although music has always been near and dear to Grizzly Prospectors!’s sole member Parker Reece Yates, he didn’t officially consider himself a musician until the summer of 2005. “The creative juices were flowing, and I couldn’t...

Music Articles

Music | Walk Soft: Angela Correa continues to share the spotlight

By Jenny Poplar
POSTED // Jan 16,2008 - Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Angela Correa, says that hearing—or, rather watching—your voice come out of someone else’s mouth onscreen is a surreal, even otherworldly experience, but certainly not an unpleasant one. Correa’s...

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Music | Still in Session: Landmark Salt Lake City music venue Kilby Court changes hands

By Jenny Poplar
POSTED // Dec 26,2007 - When I was a senior in high school, an unpaved side street off of 300 West and 700 South seemed like the edge of the known universe. But I happily drove my clunky blue Chevrolet (or was it my best friend’s Geo? I can’t remember) towards unexplored...

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Music | Khaaan!: Blacksnake and BBQ get saucy

By Jenny Poplar
POSTED // Nov 21,2007 - I should have guessed that two guys who call themselves Blacksnake and Creepy were going to mess with me a little bit. But some journalists never learn. That’s why reporters have the same public approval rating as used car salesmen. Blacksnake (aka...

Music Articles

Music | Shake It: Polaroid Kiss win friends with synth-y bleeps and boops but, so far, no label-maker.

By Jenny Poplar
POSTED // Oct 24,2007 - In less than one year, Salt Lake City’s Polaroid Kiss has accomplished things that might cause musicians in more metropolitan cities to shake their fists in the air. How, they must be asking, does a band with no formal public-relations or marketing...

Music Articles

Music | Review: Morrissey proves he still matters'even in Lehi.

By Jenny Poplar
POSTED // Oct 17,2007 - Despite some stiff competition at Salt Lake City’s In the Venue with Interpol and The Liars performing this past Monday, Lehi’s Thanksgiving Point Concert Barn (yes, you heard me—concert barn!) was populated by plenty of pompadoured...

Music Articles

Music: Take a Bow

Local quintet Loom brings down the house; ruins the carpet.

By Jenny Poplar
POSTED // Oct 10,2007 - Most of Salt Lake City’s bike-riding, yoga-practicing, NPR-listening youngsters are quick to claim cultural enlightenment. Truth is, however, the bulk of kids who attend rock shows recoil when they see a violin onstage. The last instrument most...
 
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