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  • Live Music Picks: June 14-20

    Nasty Nasty, Iceage, R.A. the Rugged Man, Black Milk and more.
      Learning how to say "fuck you" without really saying it is pretty much all I learned in my four years in the Marine Corps, an environment where women (and/or those who identify as such) have to fight for respect in a sea of toxic masculinity.
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  • Live Music Picks: May 24-30

    Grey Glass, Celtic Woman, Jenny Don’t and the Spurs, Broncho and more.
      For those of us who grew up listening to local alt radio—this writer used to plan his nightly routine around KXRK 96.3 FM's Top 10 Songs That Don't Suck program—solid, well-formatted alternative rock can be like a cool drink of water.
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  • Live Music Picks: May 17-23

    Obituary, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Tycho, Pedro the Lion and more.
      Like Dead Kennedys and Marilyn Manson, The Brian Jonestown Massacre boasts a moniker that's intended for shock value alone, at the expense of appealing to any mainstream audience.
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  • Twenty One Pilots

    Twenty One Pilots talk about their insecurities while loving their own songs
      Josh Dun would readily admit that he listens to his own music. "I love these songs. I'm a fan of my own band," he said in a phone interview during a recent tour stop in Belgium.
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  • Lessons Learned

    Takeaways from the SLC mayoral primary
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  • Beer Professor Bob Trewartha

    Beer is more than a beverage—it's a mission
      For Bob Trewartha, beer is more than a beverage—it's a mission. A literal professor of 20 years, teaching communications, business and ethics at Broadview University, Trewartha has taken the moniker of The Beer Professor ...
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  • Marinos Glitsos of the Violin Making School of America

    A student luthier discusses his love of violins
      The presence of a world-renowned violin-making school in Salt Lake City may be a secret to some locals—as if the large mural on the west side of the Violin Making School of America (304 E. 200 South, 801-209-3494) ...
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  • U of U Grad Student Jordan Herman

    Banding birds at Red Butte Garden
      Utah's bird scene is soaring. As such, many citizen scientists leave their nests at dawn from April to October and travel to University of Utah's Red Butte Garden, where they catch and band birds (averaging 15-20 birds each day).
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  • Dancer Kristi Boone

    World-renowned ballet dancer teaches in Utah Saturday
      The word ballet conjures up images of pink tutus, those pointed slippers and, yeah, that Natalie Portman movie. World-renowned dancer Kristi Boone knows that for many people, ballet is all about stereotypes.
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Live Music Picks: May 24-30 Live Music Picks: May 24-30 Grey Glass, Celtic Woman, Jenny Don’t and the Spurs, Broncho and more. May 23, 2018

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