Exhibition view of Ditchbank at The Gallery at Library Square. Filling the gallery space at the Main Library in Salt Lake City with a vivid marriage of opposing elements — made and found, organic and human-made, real and reflected, flat and three-dimensional, natural and civilized — the exhibit […]
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“Many people might not have a specific book in mind when they come in, but they look through our shelves and when they find ‘it’, they just know.” Cindy Dumas describes one type of experience that customers might expect when they visit an independent bookstore. For Cindy, the […]
David Bintley’s “The Shakespeare Suite,” the title piece of Ballet West’s spring season, opens with Kyle Davis as Hamlet and a chorus of four couples slinking across a maroon carpet, the women dressed like Audrey Hepburn in “Funny Face” and the men (save Davis) in kilts and mesh shirts. Davis and […]
Pilar Pobil, the Spanish-born artist whose vibrant paintings adorn many private and public spaces throughout Utah and beyond, is now a film star. A new documentary on her life, produced and directed by Michael Coles, will be previewed Sunday, April 29, at 5 p.m. at the Jewish Community […]
“I’ve had a good run.” My son and I joke about this pronouncement, now, because I’ve said it so many times before, promised to give up poetry cold turkey, only to find half a pack of menthols stashed in the writing desk drawer and start up again. But […]
Lauren Curley and members of RDT in Angela Banchero-Kelleher’s “Material Tokens of the Freedom of Thought.” Photo courtesy of RDT. Repertory Dance Theatre’s Current included five dances presented one after the other, after the other, and yet… after another. Because they were all made recently, they are a reflection of […]
“No one can tell you what you are worth; that is for you to decide. So we hope you’ll decide to be brave. To be strong. To be beautiful.” These words from the home webpage of peculiar literary journal capture the aspirations of the team that directs and curates this […]
Neeli Cherkovski was raised in a bohemian Los Angeles family where his father ran a bookstore. At age 16 he created the literary journal, Black Cat Review. From 1969-71 he and lifelong friend Charles Bukowski created and edited the literary magazine Laugh Literary and Man the Humping Guns. Throughout Cherkovski’s career he […]
It may not look like a skydive in the still photographs, but in the Rose Wagner it feels real enough that you easily buy into several jumps in their entirety — preceded as they are by the rich sounds of plane vibrations and actors seeming to shake right […]
If you’ve never been to Tokyo, or if you’ve never wanted to (but maybe you’ve wanted to want to), then Michael Mejia’s mimesis of the place is a small rapture to get you started. It’s a crucial book (and I mean crucial literally) that not only defamiliarizes the […]
Salt Lake City’s bungalows are charming, but let’s be honest, they all kind of look alike. Not the case with this bungalow, on the corner of Williams Ave. and 400 East.