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Between Two Worlds

Between Two Worlds

Francisco Gella and New Century Dance Project connect competitive and concert dance styles.
Statewide, competitive dance is a big deal.

Arts & Entertainment


The Essential A&E Picks for July 20-26

The Hijab Project, Harry Potter in Concert, Days of ’47 Parade and more.
The concept of the hijab—the traditional head scarf worn by some Muslim women—as art might seem counter-intuitive, yet it's exactly this pre-conception that inspired a new exhibit at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art.

Arts & Entertainment

Wicked Schtik

Descendants 2 continues the tween dream; Insecure is a Peak TV gem.
There were sooo many questions at the end of 2015's Descendants that Descendants 2 (movie, Friday, July 21, Disney Channel) was inevitable ...

True TV

Free Will Astrology: Focus

Horoscopes for July 20-26.
I predict that four weeks from now you will be enjoying a modest but hearty feeling of accomplishment

Free Will Astrology

Paint by Numbers

Maudie is more gentle romance than portrait of a tortured artist.
Folk-art buffs and extremely patriotic Canadians might already know the story of Maud Lewis.

Film Reviews

Human Grace

War for the Planet of the Apes finds blockbuster action in fighting our own impulse to violence.
It's not unusual for genre fiction to offer compelling allegories for our time.

Film Reviews

Dragon On

Game of Thrones penultimately returns; Friends from College flunks out.
Despite a killer cast, Friends from College doesn't make a case to give a shit about any of them—or its worst-of-the-'90s Spotify soundtrack.

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