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Cover art for Lights Prodigal Daughter (Courtesy of iamlights.com)

To Binge or Not to Binge Episode 89: Lights

By Luke Jackson, Arts Writer November 22, 2021

  Typically, the highly regarded and sought-after Daily Utah Chronicle "To Binge or Not to Binge" articles are reserved for television and streaming shows. In an effort to “stick it to the man,”...

Promotional Image for ILLUMINATE (Courtesy of illuminatesaltlake.org)

Downtown Event ‘Illuminate’ Shines a Neon Spotlight on Local Artists

By Luke Jackson, Arts Writer November 21, 2021

  After about an hour and a half of trying to find a parking spot, my wife and I, along with a thousand other folks, arrived at the second and final night of Illuminate: Utah’s Light Art and...

Emeraldrose Hadik and Ova Saopeng in Masters of the Currents (Courtesy TeAda Productions)

TeAda Productions Brings Micronesian Culture Center Stage with ‘Masters of the Currents’

By Hannah Keating, Arts Editor November 20, 2021

  Los Angeles-based non-profit theatre company TeAda Productions brought their show "Masters of the Currents" to UtahPresents Nov. 19 and 20, presented in partnership with the University of Utah’s...

Silverstein in 2020 (Photo Courtesy Wyatt Clough)

In Concert, ‘Silverstein’ Shows They Still Have Emotion and Fire after Twenty Years

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer November 20, 2021

  Post-hardcore rock band Silverstein are touring in 2021 as they celebrate their 20th anniversary as a group. In a music scene fueled by emotion and youth, the band continues to prove that they...

Last Night in Soho (Courtesy of Focus Features)

Nostalgia Will Kill You in ‘Last Night in Soho’

By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer November 20, 2021

  A pop culture savant, Edgar Wright has littered every single one of his movies with references to older music and movies. Characters in Edgar Wright movies slay zombies and drive getaway cars to...

Local artist Vivian Arthurs art displayed at the Urban Arts Gallery in Salt Lake City, Utah on Oct.r 7, 2021. (Photo by Langley Hayman | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Walking through the Urban Arts Gallery, the Heart of SLC’s Art Scene

By Drew Reynolds, Arts Writer November 19, 2021

  Whether you're an artist or simply a spectator, the Urban Arts Gallery has something for everyone. From handmade jewelry to artful stickers to local artist paintings, the gallery houses a diverse...

The members of Mamalarky (Courtesy Hive Mind)

‘Mamalarky’ Band Member Livvy Bennett on Kilby Court Performance and New Singles

By India Bown, Arts Writer November 19, 2021

  In the cozy artist venue Kilby Court, indie rock band Mamalarky entranced the crowd with their dreamy sound on Nov. 10, 2021. Opening up for the band Slow Pulp, they kicked off the night with...

Gold Mountain promo (Courtesy West Valley Center of Arts website)

Utah Shakespeare Festival’s ‘Gold Mountain’ Tells an Untold Story

By Tervela Georgieva, Arts Writer November 18, 2021

  The Utah Shakespeare Festival presented the world premiere of “Gold Mountain,” a new musical by Jason Ma, on Nov. 4 at the West Valley Performing Arts Center. Intimate and honest, “Gold...

The French Dispatch (Courtesy of Searchlight Pictures)

‘The French Dispatch’ an Enchanting Love Letter to Art and The New Yorker

By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer November 17, 2021

  Wes Anderson has one of the most distinctive styles, both visually and musically, of any director working at this time. From the design of rooms to the clothes that the characters wear to the music...

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‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Provides Hope for Transgender Representation

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer November 16, 2021

  Though it ended in 2020, Netflix’s "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" still has much to offer audiences, with its drama, angst and teenage witchery as well as, what was for me, one of its most...