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Sunday, November 30, 2008

The Awkward Hour

Just a bit of warning in advance, this interview will be a tad... awkward.

Friday, November 28, 2008

Tower Theater's Open Mic Winner: Tsuyoshi Ishida

Two weeks ago the Tower Theater held their 8th Open Mic Night film festival for local filmmakers to showcase their work.  And at the end of the night, for only the second time, a film ended up winning both the Judge’s Selection Award, as well as the Audience Choice Award.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Plan-B Theatre Company

Who needs to bring Broadway to Utah when we've got our own quality theater happening as we speak?

Monday, November 24, 2008

November Gallery Stroll: Shadow

Back to Gallery Stroll this month for a showing at one of SLC's most popular coffee shops. --- Beans & Brews played host to a showing of works from local artist Shadow.

Saturday, November 22, 2008

In The Loop: 11/22/08. Concerts & Thanksgiving Thoughts

Checking in here on the weekend, been a busy week. Last Saturday I made my way to Fat Flake and Red Light, but here's a more detailed account of that I wrote for the Salt Blog.

Friday, November 21, 2008

Tina Fey vs. Sarah Palin

Saturday Night With Sarah Yes, here's your obligatory clip of Tina Fey vs. Sarah Palin on Saturday Night Live over the weekend:(Bill Frost) for chefs on the March oh baby! The mission of the March of Dimes is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.

Thursday, November 20, 2008


The local fashion scene has been picking up steam again the past couple of years.  Giving one store a chance to thrive after so many others have been lost to development deals. --- Model.Citizen has been making a mark on East Broadway for over a year and a half now, giving local fashion a place to flourish and customers a new haven after the slow destruction of Sugar House.  Offering some of the finest the state has to offer, as well as national products that are sweat shop free.  I popped in to take some pictures and got a chance to chat with owner Matt Monson about his store and where its come, thoughts on local wear and the scene in general, and a few other questions that came up.  I also saw a hat that might work with the long curls...

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

New City Movement

With the hundreds of thousands of blogs circulating around the net that die off pretty quickly, it seems unlikely that one of the longest running ones is maintained right here in Utah.  But its true!  Jesse Walker started up New City Movement in 1998, born out of a party theme and transformed over the years into a place to promote things in the scene that appeal to him, from music to fashion to even design.  And now after hitting the 10 Year marker, as well as the One-Million Visitor tally this year, it doesn't look like the Movement is going to stop.  I got a chance to chat with Jesse about the site, his impact on the scene and some other questions that came to mind.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Lake Of Salt

Looking for a nice pair of shoes? There's a local company putting out some mighty fine designs right out of a downtown art studio.

Friday, November 14, 2008

Forest Gospel

For most cities you have to look up a local CD review in weekly publication.  But a local blog is making headway for music on a daily basis.

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