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Monday, September 25, 2023

corook's "if i were a fish" comes to SLC

Viral singer/songwriter corook returns to SLC with new music
If you’ve been on the internet in any capacity the last few months, there’s a good chance you’ve come across the song “if i were a fish” by singer/songwriter corook.

Friday, September 22, 2023

Music Plus: Sept. 22

New music from Carson Ferris, City Weekly Store shows
Carson Ferris: “1999” out today Young pop artist Carson Ferris is back at it with a new fresh single that takes place at the turn of the millenia.

Film Reviews: New Releases for Sept. 22

Dumb Money, It Lives Inside, The Origin of Evil, Spy Kids: Armageddon and more
Dumb Money **1/2 Turning the complexities of the stock market into effective cinema ain’t easy; it’s been 40 years, and I’m still not sure I could tell you what happens at the end of Trading Places. But it doesn’t help if you’re so committed to showing you’re “on the side of the common folk” bona fides that you lose a handle on the central narrative.

Friday, September 15, 2023

Music Plus: Sept. 15

New music from SoulFang & Off Center, Salty Record Sale in Ogden and more
Salty Record Sale 9/17 in Ogden If you're a vinyl fan, this is a must if you're looking to add to your collection.

Thursday, September 14, 2023

Film Reviews: New Releases for Sept. 15

Love at First Sight, A Haunting in Venice, Cassandro, Sundance Shorts 2023
Cassandro ** Director Roger Ross Williams has had a long, successful career as a documentary filmmaker, and it’s hard not to feel that this biopic based on the life of lucha libre wrestler Saúl “Cassandro” Armendáriz (Gael García Bernal) would have been much more compelling in non-fiction form. The story begins with the openly-gay Saúl working small-time wrestling gigs across the border from his El Paso home, struggling to gain a foothold.

Friday, September 8, 2023

Music Plus: Sept. 8

New music from Spirit Machine and Bone Throwers; City Weekly ticket offers
Spirit Machines: "Terminal 51" out now If you follow Spirit Machines on Instagram (and if you don't, why aren't you?), you've probably seen their otherworldly space-inspired posts about their new single "Terminal 51," which is out today.

Monday, September 4, 2023

Utah Shakespeare: So Much Drama

Recapping a visit to Cedar City
As we’re entering the home stretch of the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s summer repertory, it's now time to get thee hence to Cedar City before three of the seven plays end their runs. If you, like me, have not made the trek to USF in a few years (since before COVID, in my case), you owe it to yourself to feel all the feels of this summer’s four Shakespearean plays (A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo and Juliet, Coriolanus and Timon of Athens), as well as three contemporary productions: A Raisin in the Sun, Jane Austen’s Emma the Musical and The Play That Goes Wrong.

Friday, September 1, 2023

Music Plus: Sept. 1

Lady Infinity's "A Divine Introduction," Firefighter Benefit Concert and more
Lady Infinity: “A Divine Introduction” SLC pop/R&B artist Lady Infinity makes her introduction into the visual arts world this Saturday with a gallery dedicated to her beautiful art.

Film Reviews: New Releases for Sept. 1

The Equalizer 3, Bottoms, Between Two Worlds, The Good Mother and more
Between Two Worlds **1/2 Marianne Winckler (Juliette Binoche) is a woman now on the fringes of society, left without resources after a divorce and forced to relocate from Paris to the seaside city of Caen and seek employment in janitorial services. Except not really: Marianne is actually a writer, going deep undercover to experience and chronicle life among those living precariously on shift work, like her new friends Christèle (Hélène Lambert) and Marilou (Léa Carne).

Friday, August 25, 2023

Music Plus: Aug. 25

This week's shows from the City Weekly Store
Every week brings great shows with tickets available directly from the City Weekly Store, and this one is no exception.

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