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Thursday, January 23, 2020

Politics & Prophylactics

Guv addresses the ribbed-for-their-pleasure elephant in the room during monthly press conference.
“I think we all recognize the importance of HIV awareness and AIDS prevention,” Herbert said. “I don’t think anybody doesn’t agree with that, that I know of.”

Yes They Cann

3rd annual Utah Cann conference scheduled for April 25-26.
“We’ve assembled a very strong and accessible cannabis community in Utah that’s manifested at Utah Cann,” Mike Saltas said.

Monday, January 20, 2020

Music Live Extra Jan. 20: Sundance at Park City Live, The Femme Rock Camp Benefit

Sundance Film Festival-adjacent Events Lil Jon, Wiz Khalifa, The Chainsmokers, Tiesto @ Park City Live Park City—and Park City Live—really come alive in winter, and that’s particularly the case during the Sundance Film Festival. PCL offers one more star-studded spectacle to witness during the 11 days of mayhem on the mountain.

Friday, January 17, 2020

The Great Condom Conundrum

Gov. Herbert halted the distribution of 100K-plus condoms. Now what?
Condoms emblazoned with Utah-centric slogans like “Uintah Sex?” and “Put Your Arch Into It” were pulled by order of Gov. Gary Herbert on Wednesday.

Movie Reviews: Bad Boys for Life, Dolittle, Les Misérables

Cunningham, Varda By Agnès
Bad Boys for Life *** I’m happy to report that the latest, long-awaited installment in the Will Smith-Martin Lawrence action franchise isn’t a catastrophe. (Be honest: Didn’t the January release date have you kinda scared?)

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Sundance Early Ticket Purchasing for Utah Locals Today

If you don't have a ticket package for the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, it's not too late to get tickets for individual screenings—especially if you're a Utah local. Today, from noon - 8 p.m.

Monday, January 13, 2020

Music Live Extra Jan. 13: A weekend at Garage on Beck

Two nights of local acts who engage in varying forms of the far-out.
FRIDAY 1/17 Jacob T. Skeen, Monster Hands, International Society of Rock n’ Roll, DJ Mariano If you’ve never seen a one man band, you need to see Jacob T. Skeen, who not only serves up smoldering psychobilly all on his own, but pounds his drums and strums his guitar all dolled up in a suit. He plays ferociously, and has been relentlessly taking up stages around the valley, keeping up with his own fast guitar playing and steady kick-drumming, while a single cymbal shimmers in front of his jostling knees.

Friday, January 10, 2020

Movie Reviews: Underwater, Like a Boss, 1917, Just Mercy

Ip Man 4, Three Christs
1917 *** See feature review. Opens Jan. 10 at theaters valleywide.

Monday, January 6, 2020

A New Path

Mayor Erin Mendenhall calls for unity during swearing-in ceremony.
On a bright Monday afternoon on the steps of City and County Building, former two-term city councilwoman Erin Mendenhall, clad in a blue coat once worn by her grandmother, took the oath of office for the third time in her life—this time for the highest position in the state’s capital city.

Music Live Extra Jan. 6: Major Tom and the Moonboys, Tycoon Machete

FRIDAY 1/10 Major Tom - 4th Annual David Bowie Memorial Bowie fans should look no further than this Draper-based tribute band—though they won’t call themselves that. There’s something closer to the real thing going on here with the work of Tom Larsen, whose love of Bowie extends back to his teenage years, where he met his wife (who also loved Bowie), and who formed the promising foundations of a music career on his passion.

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