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Screenshot from The Skeleton Dance. (Courtesy of Disney+)
Fisher and Fuller's Fall Recommendations
By Megan Fisher and Whit Fuller October 23, 2021

There's nothing like settling in for a good movie or curling up with a great book to get you into the fall spirit, and no one knows this better...

Album art for Finneas Optimist. (Courtesy of Finneas YouTube)
Finneas' Debut Album 'Optimist' is a Vulnerable Portrait of Love That Stands on Its Own
By Lee Kedem, Arts Writer • October 22, 2021

  Finneas is a performer with an immense amount of talent and, while his capabilities have been shared with the world through some singles...

Fall Dance 1 promotional image. (Courtesy University of Utah School of Dance)
The School of Dance Returns with ‘Fall Dance 1' Both Live and Livestreamed
By Tervela Georgieva, Arts Writer • October 22, 2021

  On Oct. 7, the University of Utah’s School of Dance opened its season with the “Fall Dance 1” concert. I was so excited to finally...

Adam Melchor in promo for Melchor Lullaby Hotline Vol. 1. (Courtesy The Quaker Campus)
Adam Melchor Rocks Urban Lounge On Tour with 'Melchor Lullaby Hotline Vol. 1'
By Hannah Keating, Arts Editor • October 21, 2021

  On tour for the release of his new album "Melchor Lullaby Hotline Vol. 1," Adam Melchor performed for an enthusiastic crowd at the...

When Darkness Falls Across the Land, Odyssey Dance Theatres Thriller is Close at Hand
When 'Darkness Falls Across the Land,' Odyssey Dance Theatre's 'Thriller' is Close at Hand
By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer • October 20, 2021

  As concertgoers enter the theatre at Kingsbury Hall for Odyssey Dance Theatre's “Thriller," they are not be greeted by ushers, but...

Weathers Band (Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)
Weathers Band Energizes Audience at Kilby Court with Album 'Pillows and Therapy'
By Avery Greig, Arts Writer • October 18, 2021

  Alternative rock band Weathers rocked Kilby Court on Sunday, Oct. 17 with their 2021 album release "Pillows & Therapy," reminding...

Richard Tyler Epperson using a self-timer. (Courtesy Epperson)
Richard Epperson Fights for His Dream with New EP ‘Another Day’ — And You Should Too
By Tervela Georgieva, Arts Writer • October 18, 2021

  After a seven-year hiatus from releasing music, Salt Lake City-based singer-songwriter Richard Epperson released his six-track EP “Another...

Daniel Craig in a screenshot of the No Time To Die trailer. (Courtesy of MGM)
'No Time to Die' is a Fitting, Touching Goodbye for Daniel Craig
By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer • October 18, 2021

  Since first appearing on screen in 1954, James Bond has been played by seven actors and saved the world twenty-seven times on film. The...

“Manifest” Season One trailer. (Courtesy of Rotten Tomatoes TV’s YouTube)
'Manifest' Shares Its Magic with Fans through a Surprise Season Four
By Lee Kedem, Arts Writer • October 5, 2021

  Supernatural drama "Manifest" first aired on NBC and was cancelled after its third season. It was then renewed by Netflix for a fourth...

IDWTIJWD single cover art. (Courtesy Glass Animals via Twitter)
Glass Animals Reveal Cherry-Themed Single 'IDWTIJWD' amid Teasers
By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer • October 5, 2021

  On Sept. 10, U.K.-based alt-pop outfit Glass Animals released new track "I Don’t Wanna Talk (I Just Wanna Dance)." The song's release...

Aaron Dessner and Justin Vernon. (Courtesy of Graham Tolbert)
Big Red Machine's 'How Long is It Going to Last?' is a Team Effort
By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer • October 4, 2021

  Big Red Machine’s sophomore album “How Long is It Going to Last?” feels like sitting around a campfire and listening to friends...

(Photo by Gwen Christopherson | The Daily Utah Chronicle)
Starving Artists? How Academic Environments Affect Students' Mental Wellbeing
By Avery Greig, Arts Writer • October 4, 2021

  Oh, how we love art! Some of us are lucky enough to study art at a professional level, particularly under the guidance and...

Art is displayed along a fence for the Women in HeART event held at Pilars Garden in Salt Lake City, on Saturday, September 25, 2021 (Photo by Brooklyn Critchley | The Daily Utah Chronicle)
'Women with heART' — an Evening in Pilar Pobil's Garden
By Makena Reynolds, Arts Writer • October 4, 2021

  Hosted by the Pilar Pobil Foundation in “local treasure,” Pilar Pobil’s garden, the “Women with heART” event was an artistic...

Mariah Stanelle and Eva Merrill for The Emily Dickinson Musical. (Courtesy Open Door Productions)
‘The Emily Dickinson Musical’: A Poet In Her Own Terms
By Tervela Georgieva, Arts Writer • October 2, 2021

  On Sept. 30, University of Utah student production company, Open Door Productions, premiered “The Emily Dickinson Musical” —...

University of Utah campus. (Photo by Paige Gardner | The Daily Utah Chronicle)
Design and Mental Health – How Buildings on Campus can Help Students Thrive
By Paige Gardner, Assistant Arts Editor • October 2, 2021

  While it may be one of the only things Winston Churchill has said or done that I can agree with, I think this sentiment...

Art Therapy: Talking Mental Health with the Us Professionals
Art Therapy: Talking Mental Health with the U's Professionals
By Hannah Keating and Tervela Georgieva September 29, 2021

  The return to in-person classes this fall semester poses the question of how to safely and effectively transition back into...

The Resurgence of Bimbo Culture Empowers Hyperfemininity
The Resurgence of Bimbo Culture Empowers Hyperfemininity
By Avery Greig, Arts Writer • September 28, 2021

  Don your Juicy Couture tracksuits and butterfly clips: bimbo culture is back and better than ever before. What is a Bimbo? Bimbo...

(Design by Emily Christensen | The Daily Utah Chronicle)
Mental Illness in Media is Not a Trend
By Makena Reynolds, Arts Writer • September 28, 2021

  The emotional and mental effects of being individuals forced into isolation by a global pandemic, a seemingly doomed environmental...

(Graphic by Piper Armstrong | The Daily Utah Chronicle)
Books Unite Us, Censorship Divides Us: Banned Books Week 2021 at the U
By Kayleigh Silverstein and India Bown September 27, 2021

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