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Jan 12th 2012

Edge of Never author at Dolly's Saturday

Ski adventurer/writer/filmmaker William Kerig will sign copies of The Edge of Never, the book chronicling big-mountain skiers as well as the on-mountain exploits of Kye Peterson, 15-year-old son of deceased big mountain skier Tervor Peterson, who finishes the Chamonix, France run that killed his father in 1996. Read More

Jan 12th 2012

See the holiday lights before they're gone!

Nothing gets me in the holiday spirit more than taking a moment to reflect on the season by seeing the light displays. My new tradition is making a pilgrimage to Christmas Street and a tradition I've had since childhood has been to visit Temple Square for the holiday lights. Read More

Jan 30th 2011

Sundance Review: Like Crazy

Like Crazy will not only go down as writer/director Drake Doremus' Sundance moment, but it will also change, subtly at first, the vernacular of the romcom - think genre defining like Kevin Smith's Clerks or Richard Linklater's Slacker. Read More

Jan 25th 2011

Sundance Review: Happy Happy

Norwegians are fashion-forward: they like boiled fish, potatoes, fly suits, fjords, being cold, oil and natural gas, eight week's vacation, same-sex marriage and darkness. Read More

Jan 24th 2011

Sundance Review: The Devil's Double

Had George Bush simply needed to furnish a weapon of mass ridiculousness to justify his Iraq war, an advance copy of The Devil's Double would've come in mighty handy. Read More

Jan 24th 2011

Sundance Review: Troubadours

It'd be too easy to say Troubadours, Morgan Neville's documentary sprung from the Carole King/James Taylor reunion concert at West Hollywood's Troubadour in 2007, is mere self-congratulatory Boomer junk. Read More

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