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Season Kickoff

Season Kickoff

A look at what's new, or old but great, at Utah's ski and snowboard resorts for the winter season.
While much of the joy of skiing and snowboarding comes from their universal simplicity, the business of catering to those skiers and boarders gets ever-more-complex, and is constantly changing from microchip technology to brand new lifts.

Arts & Entertainment


Playing Chicken

Ford v Ferrari and the balance between highbrow cinema and pure entertainment.
To reduce it to its crudest essentials, it involves Scorsese's distinction between what he considers "cinema" and what he considers "worldwide audiovisual entertainment"—risk-taking storytelling, as opposed to safe, financially lucrative franchise installments.

Film Reviews

Horoscopes for November 14-20

Precise Treasure
The realm of the soul is always ready for you. Always!

Free Will Astrology


Samba Fogo: Xiré, Yvie Oddly, Bert Kreischer, and more.
For their new creation Xiré, the creative team uses music and dance to suggest the unique fusion of African and European cultures that occurred in Portuguese-occupied colonial Brazil.

Entertainment Picks

FILM NEWS: NOV. 14 - 20

New This Week, Special Screenings, and Current Releases
As dizzying and bombastic as this flick can get, it thankfully sticks the landing in the third act.

Cinema Clips

Art Makers 2018

For the Books

Reading? Pssshhh. It's 2018. Who reads anymore?

by Michael D. Ferry, City Weekly Readers, Scott Renshaw and Sarah Arnoff


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