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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Wine Wednesday: Roederer Rocks the House

Louis Roederer Champagne is a unique Champagne house insofar as it is one of the few that are still family operated. Dating back to 1833 with the original Louis Roederer at the helm, Roederer is now managed by Frédéric Rouzaud, who represents the seventh generation of the Roederer family lineage.

Monday, April 17, 2017

Monday Meal: Tax Day Chicken with Leeks

I don't know anyone who enjoys paying taxes. Donald Trump?

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

The Pipeline: The Scars Of Warhammer

The fun and frustration behind Total War: Warhammer
If you're any kind of RPG player, or even a seasoned gamer who's walked into a game shop more than once a month, chances are you've taken a crack at Warhammer. The series lasted 32 years until it was canceled by Workshop Games in 2015, helping spin off numerous expansions (like the 40,000 series) and dozens of knockoffs or similar games that pay homage or utilize the same mechanics.

Monday, May 30, 2016

UFO TV, Hot Vodka

A pair of interviews from their Urban Lounge show.
In the middle of me kicking back and doing little-to-nothing over the weekend, I attended a few shows on Saturday night. The end of my evening involved checking out the Creator's Grid over at Metro Bar, which you definitely should check out the next time one of those comes around.

Saturday, May 28, 2016

In The Loop: 5/28/16. Extended Remembering

Cool events for you to attend from May 29-June 11.
Hello to all of you celebrating Memorial Day weekend however you see fit. Part of my time will be in reflection, but most of it will be grilling food, followed by grilling my enemies in online gaming combat for three days straight.

Friday, May 27, 2016

Local Releases: Scuplting Cinders On A Kapix Wednesday

New local music from Kapix, Cinders, The Wednesday People and more.
Memorial Day weekend is usually a time to kick back and do little to nothing when it comes to entertainment. But this week is presenting some tempting offers for release shows over the next few days.

Movie Reviews: Alice Through the Looking Glass, A Bigger Splash, Love & Friendship

X-Men: Apocalypse, High-Rise
Summer sequel season is in full swing for Memorial Day weekend, with two CGI-ful extravaganzas, plus a few slightly more unique entries on the indie scene. Writer/director Whit Stillman takes on a little-known Jane Austen novella in Love & Friendship, a charmingly hilarious perfect match of filmmaker and material.

Thursday, May 26, 2016

You Again

The cast and crew interviewed before the series premiere!
In about a week, many local filmmakers will be gearing up for a ton of events and festivals, kicking off with the 48 Hour Film Festival on June 3. But prior to that, we're seeing a brand new web series called You Again.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Pissed-Off Hawk at BYU Strikes Again

The feathered demon known as the BYU hawk continues to wreak havoc on the college’s Provo grounds. The little fucker nested in a tree next to the Brimhall Building last month, and has been swooping in and showing students who’s boss ever since.

Former Local Reinvigorates Liberty Park Drum Circle

Sabina Sandoval is drumming today with a spirit that feels as if it has never shined brighter. The California native returned on Sunday, spirit in tow, to the Liberty Park drum circle to remind everyone, she says, of what the circle is all about.

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