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Monday, June 30, 2014

Great Interstate, Zodiac Empire

So the 2014 Utah Arts Festival happened this weekend, and showcased a lot of artwork, films, kids activities and whatnot, all under a blazing hot sun that wouldn't let up once.

Saturday, June 28, 2014

In The Loop: 6/28/14. Getting Artsy Before It Burns

Hello to all you art-browsing, painting-hanging, sculpture-touching, music-listening, roasted nut-eating, performance-watching, Arts-Fest-enthusiasts!

Friday, June 27, 2014

Utah Arts Festival 2014: Paul Steege

Competition for an artist’s booth at the Utah Arts Festival is fierce, and space is limited. Since in any given Arts Festival applicant pool there will be a good supply of ceramics to choose from, the quality of ceramics at the Utah Arts Festival is exceptionally high.

Utah Arts Festival: ColLABorART at The Leonardo

Visitors to The Leonardo during the Utah Arts Festival get a chance to see a unique collaborative art project. During the Utah Arts Festival, The Leonardo is free to visitors from both the Utah Art Festival and the north entrance.

5 Unique Finds At The Downtown Farmers Market

Every Saturday, Pioneer Park hosts the Downtown Farmers Market and every Saturday I come across more and more reasons to restock my fridge with quality local goods! Since there's no shortage of interesting and creative vendors, every week I my best to highlight a few of my favorite finds!

City Weekly Reporters Rake In Awards

City Weekly took first place in eight categories in Utah’s annual Society of Professional Journalists awards, held Thursday.Notably, Stephen Dark and Eric S. Peterson held down the top spots in six of the nine news reporting categories: criminal justice, business/consumer, education, government, religion/values and personality profile. City Weekly staff and freelancers took home a total of 18 awards in the contest, hosted by the Utah Headliners, the state chapter of the national Society of Professional Journalists.

Local Releases: Rock Shows & Coffee Music

We got a lot of online material to cover as we start making our way out of June, including two release shows this weekend.

Dead Zephyr: Week 553

The former Zephyr Club in downtown Salt Lake City, 301 S. West Temple; closed since October 2003.  

Thursday, June 26, 2014


Prior to the anticipated geek event that is Fantasy Con next week, the event will be preceded by the launch of a brand new summer film festival.

Utah Arts Festival 2014: Robert Wilhelm

Artists' work at the 2014 Utah Arts Festival is more exciting, more sophisticated, more eclectic, more professional than ever before. A telling example of this is Portland-based artist Robert Wilhelm, a graduate in sculpture from the University of Michigan (Booth 99).

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