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FAM Inclusive Schools Rally at the Utah State Capital April 18, 2023.

FAM’s 2023 Inclusive Schools Rally Celebrates Queer Joy and Expression

By Edie Raines, Copy Editor May 25, 2023

  Friends, Allies, and Mentors of the LGBTQ+ Community, an organization that is dedicated to supporting LGBTQ+ students, educators and families in the school setting, hosted their annual Inclusive...

Art + Wellness participants practice yoga in UMFAs Great Hall (Courtesy of UMFA)

UMFA’s Art + Wellness Program Brings Movement and Meditation to the Museum Floor

By Edie Raines, Copy Editor May 15, 2023

  The University of Utah’s Utah Museum of Fine Arts hosts a multitude of interactive programs for adults, children and families with topics varying from art history, to live music, to hands-on...

Plants for sale at Kate Nancys booth. Nancy uses plants from her own collection to sell in funky planters or vintage cans. (Photo by Josi Hinds | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Vendors at Urban Flea Market Offer Something for Everyone

By Josi Hinds, Arts Writer April 22, 2023

  Past The Gateway’s courtyard and through a set of glass doors, loud, lively music and voices of all ages echo throughout a large warehouse-like room.  The Urban Flea Market is held on the...

(Graphic by Ethan Blume | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

The Good(will), the Bad and the Ugly: A Local Thrift Store Ranking

By Ethan Blume, Arts Writer April 21, 2023

  My mom tells me frequently how when she was younger, the kids who thrifted clothes would be mercilessly bullied. That is such a bizarre concept now, considering how popular thrifting has become....

(Design by Brenda Payan-Medina | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Expanding Opportunities: Craft Lake City and The ArtAbility Scholarship

By Eliza Delgado, Assistant Arts Editor April 20, 2023

  Craft Lake City DIY Fest is a local art festival that is held each year in August. The festival is filled with local-centric art, music, science and more. The festival brings in many artists,...

The Wise Dragonfly on 57 S and 600 E houses several local businesses, including Kahve Cafe, April 7, 2023.

Kahve Cafe: A Hidden Gem in Downtown Salt Lake

By Andre Montoya, Arts Writer April 17, 2023

  Tucked away on 57 S 600 E in downtown Salt Lake City is The Wise Dragonfly, which houses several local businesses including the charming and eccentric Turkish coffee shop, Kahve Cafe. The...

University of Utah freshman and Utes lacrosse team attacker Drew Wasserman looks to pass during an NCAA game vs. the Jacksonville Dolphins in Salt Lake City on March 6, 2021. (Photo by Abu Asib | Daily Utah Chronicle)

Utah Men’s Lacrosse Dominates Lindenwood for Sixth Straight Win

By Kyle Garrison, Sports Writer April 15, 2023

  The Utah men's lacrosse team took on Lindenwood University on Wednesday, April 12. The Utes came away with a huge win, 22-8. Jordan Hyde led the Utes with six goals on the day, while MJ McMahon...

Laura Jordan in What the Constitution Means to Me.

“What the Constitution Means to Me”: The Living Document Defined

By Andre Montoya, Arts Writer April 14, 2023

  Pioneer Theatre Company recently presented “What the Constitution Means to Me,” a play by Heidi Schreck, directed by Karen Azenberg. The play stars Laura Jordan as “Heidi,” and Ben...

The Angkor: Empire of Cambodia exhibit on display at the Natural History Museum of Utah in Salt Lake City on Friday, April 7, 2023. (Photo by Jack Gambassi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

NHMU Brings Angkor Ethically to Salt Lake City

By Edie Raines, Copy Editor April 7, 2023

  The Natural History Museum of Utah's “Angkor: Empire of Cambodia” is a magnificent exhibit with dozens of authentic artifacts and interactive stations that will capture the interest of people...

The Solomon Building for the Utah Pride Center located in Salt Lake City, on Thursday, March 23, 2023.

Utah Pride Center’s Increased Vendor Fees Frustrate Local Queer Artists, Scholarships Offered

By Whit Fuller and Kayleigh Silverstein April 3, 2023

  In February, the Utah Pride Center announced its vendor prices for their 2023 Pride Festival, themed “Unapologetic.” It appeared to local queer businesses that their prices had tripled, frustrating...

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