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A Painfully Artistic Dissection of Wolf Alice’s ‘Blue Weekend’ and its Visual Repertoire

By Avery Greig, Arts Writer July 23, 2021

  From eccentric cross-dressed dance competitions and medieval role-playing to exemplifying "main character energy" on public transportation, the British pop-punk band Wolf Alice had given us...

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New UMFA Exhibit ‘Confluence’ Looks at Utah’s Relationship to Water

By Brianna Fuller, Arts Writer July 22, 2021

  The Utah Museum of Fine Arts has created a new exhibit centered around water and our relationship to it. “Confluence” uses the experiences of several Utah organizations and Ute spiritual...

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Garth Brooks First Musician to Rock New Rice-Eccles

By Paige Gardner, Assistant Arts Editor July 18, 2021

  This weekend, the University of Utah’s Rice-Eccles Stadium played host to legendary country music star Garth Brooks. The concert was a huge success and the chart-topping solo artist had no...

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To Binge or Not to Binge Episode 88: ‘Stumptown’

By Makena Reynolds, Arts Writer July 18, 2021

  Based on the comic series by Greg Rucka, “Stumptown” is a detective-crime series that follows Dex Parios (Cobie Smulders), an army veteran who is struggling with PTSD, as she becomes a private...

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‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ is Not Good — Not Even a Little Bit.

By Luke Jackson, Arts Writer July 17, 2021

  From the corporate overlords who attempt to concoct the next movie sensation to better occupy our minds and exploit our wallets comes the "Space Jam" remake that nobody asked for. Starring "The...

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‘No Sudden Move’ Brings Classic Film Noir Style into the Streaming Era

By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer July 14, 2021

  On a nondescript street in a suburban area of Detroit, Michigan in 1954, a family’s morning routine is disrupted by the appearance of three men, masked and armed. In this tense and terrifying...

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Ballet West Explores Dance in the Pandemic through Docuseries ‘In the Balance’

By India Bown, Arts Writer July 12, 2021

  The COVID-19 pandemic brought on terrifying unknowns for everyone, but many artists found themselves possibly losing their livelihoods in the shift towards isolation. Series of shutdowns...

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‘Black Widow’ Reinforces the Importance of the Female Gaze in Film

By Makena Reynolds, Arts Writer July 12, 2021

  This article has spoilers for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and its movies. Inspired by the Marvel comics, the movie “Black Widow” follows Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) as she...

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Twenty One Pilots Showcase Stunning Style with ‘Scaled and Icy’

By Brianna Fuller, Arts Writer July 9, 2021

  Twenty One Pilots has gained popularity in recent years thanks to the innovative and genre-bending style of their music. The alternative music duo gained traction in 2015 with the release of...

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To Binge or Not to Binge Episode 87: ‘Cruel Summer’

By Heather Graham, Assistant Copy Chief, Arts Writer July 7, 2021

  “Cruel Summer” is a teen thriller television series created by Bert V. Royal on Freeform and streaming on Hulu. The series follows the lives of two teen girls: Kate Wallis (Olivia Holt),...