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Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Body Logic Dance Co.

Chatting with the assistant director before Reflect at The Sugar Space.
Many of SLC's primary dance companies have wrapped up their seasons, but smaller independent groups are still creating new works for you to check out over the summer. One such company is Body Logic Dance, the Midvale-based dance company and academy, which will be debuting new works in their show Reflect  at Sugar Space Warehouse, May 11-13.

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Megan K. Photography

Exploring the work of one of SLC's premiere event photographers
Sometimes when you see a live event online, the photo just doesn't do the experience justice. Trust me, I know; I take plenty with my phone, and I read your comments.

Friday, May 5, 2017

Waterpocket Distillery

Exploring the soon-to-open West Valley City distillery.
We're going to be getting something really cool in the state when Waterpocket Distillery opens soon. The married couple behind the new business is going a little more old-school with their techniques, creating gin, rum and a few other surprises that will taste like nothing else being produced in Utah.

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Fallen Angel Tattoos

Owner of SLC tattoo shop talks about the unique work they're doing for women.
Many people may not be aware, but Salt Lake City is home to a unique tattoo program handled by one specific shop: Fallen Angel Tattoos. The all-women tattoo shop has been lending its talents to helping other women who have gone through breast cancer and required reconstructive surgery, by creating beautiful art on their bodies to cover up scars.

Monday, May 1, 2017

Trevor Kelley

A quick chat with the SLC-based comedian about his career.
On April 29, Urban Lounge held another awesome indie comedy show hosted by Jason Harvey. It's a cool way for people to check out what's happening in the local comedy scene, and totally free to attend; give it a try sometime.

Saturday, April 29, 2017

In The Loop: 4/29/17. Kicking Back & Eating Cake

Cool events for you to check out from April 30 to May 13
Hey, kids! How's it going?

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Pygmalion Productions: Silent Sky

The director and a couple actresses discuss Pygmalion's season finale.
Pygmalion Productions ends their season on a high note with the semi-biographical play Silent Sky  (April 28 - May 13). The production focuses on Henrietta Leavitt, one of Harvard's woman "computers" from the early 20th century, and the pioneering work she did in astronomy at the university as she struggled to get recognition in a male-dominated field. Today we chat with director Mark Fossen, as well as actresses Brenda Hattingh and Hannah Minshew, about the play and their time working on it before the show opens at the Rose Wagner Center.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Geek Therapist

Finding pop-culture comfort through the nerdy therapy podcast
It doesn't matter who you are: Sometimes you need a small voice of reason around to look at things objectively. But sometimes, your average therapist just isn't good enough, and you need someone specific who just "gets" you.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

April Gallery Stroll: Heidi Gress

A chat with the SLC photographer about her latest exhibition at Nostalgia Cafe
After having most of the week bombarded by rain and weather that felt more like winter than spring—even with the sun out—we got a few moments of relief on Friday night during the Salt Lake Gallery Stroll. It was an interesting night of weird group shows, and an awkward goodbye to CUAC, but there were some cool solo shows in the mix.

Friday, April 21, 2017

The Sugar Space: Suite Space

Three choreographers chat with us before the show happening April 28-29.
It may be the end of the performing arts season for several companies, but there are spaces where works are being produced year-round by talent you didn't even know existed in Utah. Next week on April 28 at the Sugar Space Arts Warehouse, three student choreographers from the University of Utah present a two-night performance of original works (along with music from the Will Baxter Band, Casey Van Portfleet and some surprise musical guests) in a show called Suite Space.

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