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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Exactly how much ruckus should you bring to Wu-Tang tonight?

Dear GYA, I can't wait to blow off some steam tonight at the Twilight Concert Series but I'm a little concerned that others might not bring their own ruckus and perhaps I should bring my own. I mean, I don't mind being the guy who brings the ruckus, but I just think that other people should also be bringing their own ruckus as well, you know, just in case we run out early.

It’s Future Comedy: Watch a Full Episode of Garfunkel & Oates

It premieres one week from tonight, and IFC has posted a full episode of new series Garfunkel & Oates—but it’s not the premiere ep, It’s Future Comedy (since IFC no longer stands for Independent Film Channel, you’re obligated to forge your own acronyms).

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Ill Fede, Atheist and Donnie Bonelli release one-off collaboration

Today, local rappers Czon and Suspect (both of Ill Fede), Atheist and Donnie Bonelli (both of House of Lewis) released a new one-off collaboration track called "Promised Land." The thought-provoking song features a catchy hook sung by Bonelli, and rapping by Czon, Suspect and Atheist, who also came up with the overall concept and chorus. 

Even if you missed the first one, you should still go see Sharknado 2 for free at Brewvies tonight.

Dear GYA, Like a lot of people, I'm thinking about seeing Sharknado 2 tonight at Brewvies. However, having not seen the first one, will this be a problem?

SLC Artist Robin Banks

With the crafting and arts festival events ramping up for the second half of the summer, many artists are finding themselves rushing to make deigns and products to meet the demand of the ever growing audience, demanding new material every year they go. One of the artists who has done extremely well over the years and made a name for themself within that community has been Robin Banks, an illustrator whose designs you've probably frequently seen on posters, album art, t-shirts, billboards and various other promotional items.

Wine Wednesday: New Wines + Ted's Musical Debut @ Taste of the Wasatch

At this Sunday's Taste of the Wasatch (TOW), a food and wine extravaganza and fundraiser hosted by Solitude Resort to help fight hunger in Utah, you'll see some new wines that aren't the usual suspects.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

New Tunes Tuesday: Jenny Lewis, Shabazz Palaces, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers

Happy Tuesday, music fans. The highlight of this week's new releases is probably singer-songwriter Jenny Lewis' dreamy third solo album, The Voyager—check out the music video for "Just One of the Guys" (featuring Anne Hathaway, Kristen Stewart and Brie Larson rocking out in track suits) below.

Comedy De-Central: Sarah Palin for Just 10 Bucks a Month!

Political comedian Sarah Palin has finally figured out a way around The Lamestream Media with a bold, innovative new platform that Glenn Beck already came up with three years ago: Internet TV! Yes, for a mere $9.95 a month (or $99.95 annually), you can enjoy around-the-clock “real talk” from ‘Merica’s favorite pantsuit hillbilly on the Sarah Palin Channel.

Alternate Realities Roundup 7/29

Big pharmaceutical companies are using the homeless and impoverished as guinea pigs for testing medications. [jump] Top of the Alty World

Monday, July 28, 2014

Monday Meal: Chicken Biryani with Cashews

Biryani (also spelled biriyani) is a popular South Indian rice dish. I sort of think of it as rice pilaf or jambalaya with an Indian twist.

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