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5 Last-Minute Weekend Picks

  • Maxx Chan
  • A&E
  • Jun 23, 2017

Okay, ladies and gents, don’t waste another weekend Netflix and chilling. I’m always down for an evening of Netflix but we can’t be vampires every weekend. Come on, it’ll be fun. If you’re looking to leave the house for a fun weekend, something to break your routine or just trying to find something new, this…

The Local Beer Issue

  • Maxx Chan
  • A&EFun
  • Jun 23, 2017

“I’m Bender, baby, please insert liquor!” If you’re anything like Bender from the iconic show Futurama, then you love booze and you love beer. Do Bender proud and help SLUG magazine commemorate their 10th Annual Local Beer Issue with a craft beer festival called SLUG Mag on Tap, featuring 100 percent Utah-brewed beer. It’s not free because the good…

The Sweet Tour

  • Maxx Chan
  • A&EFood
  • Jun 22, 2017

Parowan is a small town past Cedar City in the middle of BFE between the bigger cities that never sleep, full of bright lights set to full twinkle. They even make the smog look pretty. It’s the kind of town that you don’t know exists unless you live there, the kind that outsiders miss if…

Governor Honors Utah Artists and Art Education

Internationally known pop-art pioneer Jann Haworth, who probably is tired of hearing about the Sgt. Pepper album* cover that is celebrating its 50th anniversary this month, was honored Wednesday with a Governor’s Mansion Artist Award from Gov. Gary Herbert and First Lady Jeanette. Jann Haworth and grandson Kenny celebrate her medal. Leonardo Artistic Director Haworth’s…

Stage: Saturday’s Voyeur

The 39th edition of  Saturday’s Voyeur by Allen Nevins and Nancy Borgenicht opens June 21.  The three-act musical satire tries to figure out what exactly is going on in our crazy world nowadays. The cast of characters includes Peggy – the manager of the Salt Lake liquor store, Sterling – one of her most frequent “customers,”…

Review: TEDxOgden Untamed

Ogden’s first ever TEDx, though seemingly not its last, showcased the hard work of its organizers and volunteers. The lecture series welcomed several interesting and thoughtful speakers, though the clear stand out of the night was Batman film franchise producer Michael Uslan. Uslan’s discussion of his rise to comic book royalty was well-crafted, honest, funny…