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CUAC ends a legacy of celebrating Utah art as deserving of global attention.
On Friday, April 21, after 13 eventful years, the Central Utah Art Center—better known as CUAC—will stage a gallery stroll and a closing party for both its current exhibition, Utah Ties, and the gallery itself.

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The Essential A&E Picks for April 20-26

Art Behind the Zion Curtain, David Owen, Sebastian Maniscalco and more.
The term "Zion Curtain" conjures up a few images for people who live here, like the secretive area in restaurants behind which adult beverages are mixed.

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Gray Area

A great filmmaker shows off his non-showy stuff in The Lost City of Z.
As I prepared to write a lamentation about how, well into his 20-plus-year movie-making career, nobody quite appreciates director James Gray's talents enough.

Film Reviews

Final Exit

Mary Kills People goes dark; The Handmaid's Tale goes darker.
Canadian actress Caroline Dhavernas has starred in left-of-center American series like Wonderfalls and Hannibal, but Mary Kills People is probably the first to fully realize her oddly chilly/sexy potential (it's also a Canadian production, so no U.S. credit earned).

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Free Will Astrology: Fantasize and Imagine

Horoscopes for April 20-26.
>Fantasize about sipping pear nectar, listening to cello music and inhaling the aroma of musky amber and caressing velvet, cashmere and silk.

Free Will Astrology

A Really Modern Stone-Age Family

A new Flintstones comic combines rock puns with biting social commentary.
The year is 2017, and there are a lot of things I never thought I'd have to say—like "President Trump" or "There's a new Star Wars movie this year, too?"

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The Essential A&E Picks for April 13-19

Ririe-Woodbury Dance Co., Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Upright Citizens Brigade and more.
When avant-garde choreographer Ann Carlson had the set piece—a giant wall of white foam blocks—created for her latest work, Elizabeth, the Dance, she was not thinking about a policy proposal for our southern border, though anyone who follows the news might assume otherwise.

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