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Monday, February 24, 2020

Gurl, Bye?

Tulsi Gabbard addresses alleged media blackout and other ‘big challenges’ during SLC stop.
The Hawaii congresswoman made four campaign stops in Utah over the weekend as part of her run to become the Democratic nominee for president.

Music Monday 2/24

Fat Tuesday happenings around SLC and more.
Fat Tuesday Happenings MONDAY 2/24 Lundi Gras @ Gracie’s Monday Jazz night at Gracie’s celebrates Mardi Gras a little early this year on lundi.

LDS Film Festival Dawns Anew

20th anniversary of God's Army headlines the showcase of Mormon-themed movies.
Outside of film screenings, programming is scheduled to include filmmaker showcases and panels on Friday and Saturday.

Saturday, February 22, 2020

'You Can’t Serve Jesus and Be a Racist'

Colorful characters abound during Week 4 of the Legislature.
As the legislature revs up to its March 12 conclusion, characters, moments and oh, yeah, controversial bills—like the proposed repeal of Prop 4—are sure to enter overdrive.

Friday, February 21, 2020

Movie Reviews: Call of the Wild, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, The Assistant

The Lodge, Olympic Dreams
The Assistant ***1/2 See feature review. Opens Feb.  21 at Broadway Centre Cinemas.  (R)

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Bloomberg’s Place

Presidential hopeful comes to Utah for a reprieve following Las Vegas debate.
“We all know that Trump is a bully, but I’m a New Yorker and I know how to deal with bullies," Mike Bloomberg said. "I do it all the time.”

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Music Live Extra Feb. 18

Stonefield, Little Moon and more.
Many might think of ambient music as the stuff they put on at the massage parlor, or during a yoga class—it’s not there to be actively listened to, but to act as soothing background noise.

Double Take

Sweet jams, rainbow merch and Pete Buttigieg’s excellent oration skills were on display during the presidential hopeful's SLC visit.
While the crowd waited and waited for Buttigieg to show (note to those new to politics that aren’t made-for-TV: these things NEVER start on time), they heard tunes with titles perfectly curated for his campaign stop.

Mayor Pete Mania

Presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg draws 4,500 to campaign event.
“But of course, Donald Trump didn’t invent bigotry, he rode it into the White House," Buttigieg said. "We gotta make sure we’re looking at the story behind the story."

Friday, February 14, 2020

Bills, Bills, Bills, Make a Citizen Go Crazy

Fetuses, Romney and porn all got their day in the sun during Week 3 of the Legislature.
Week 3 of the Utah lege sesh is over, with some of 2020’s sexier bills making moves like Lizzo.

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