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The Garden (Courtesy of Band Website)

‘U Want The Scoop?’ The Garden Rocks the Loading Dock with ‘Vada Vada’

By Avery Greig, Arts Writer November 16, 2021

  The Garden took over the Loading Dock in Salt Lake City on Friday, Nov. 12 with their newest album “Kiss My Superbowl Ring” and signature "Vada Vada" sound. Let's Do the Vada Vada! Goblins,...

Dancers Amy Gunter Lolofie and Fiona Katrine in rehearsal for SALTs Fall Concert
(Photo: Myles Woolstenhulme)

SALT Contemporary Dance’s Fall Concert was a Mesmerizing ‘Return to the Stage’

By Hannah Keating, Arts Editor November 14, 2021

  SALT Contemporary Dance held their fall concert, “A Return to the Stage” at the Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center Nov. 5 and 6 as a part of their 2021-22 season. Returning from shutdown and...

Cover Art for Obeeyay Winnin (Courtesy of the Artist)

Everyone is ‘Winnin” with Local Artist Obeeyay’s Latest Track

By Avery Greig, Arts Writer November 14, 2021

  Neon-clad local pop and R&B artist Obeeyay is celebrating his new track “Winnin,’” set to release Nov. 12. Who is Obeeyay? “Anywhere we go, it's just a party,” Oba Bonner said....

Screenshot from the trailer of Marvels Eternals. (Courtesy Marvel Etertainment)

Marvel’s ‘Eternals’ Brings New Potential to the Ever-Growing MCU

By Sara Gillett, Arts Writer November 10, 2021

  New movies are coming out left and right with no signs of stopping anytime soon. The COVID-19 pandemic shut down many film productions and many more held off on releasing their movies to the...

(Photo by Brooklyn Critchley | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Art and Recycling: How Local Art Institutions Make Do and Reuse

By Avery Greig, Arts Writer November 4, 2021

  Climate change is a looming issue that has been at the forefront of environmental discussion for many decades now. Sustainably efforts are ever-expanding and the dialogue around how...

The Last Duel (Photo courtesy of www.20thcenturystudios.com)

Personal and Objective Truth as Explored by ‘The Last Duel’

By Luke Jackson, Arts Writer November 3, 2021

  “The truth does not matter. There is only the power of men.” The above line is spoken by Nicole de Buchard (Harriet Walter) in the early minutes of Ridley Scott’s latest film, "The Last...

Abravanel Hall (Photo Courtesy of utahsymphony.org)

A Night Alone at the Utah Symphony

By Luke Jackson, Arts Writer November 2, 2021

  By no stretch of the imagination would I call myself a connoisseur of the symphony. I’ve been a handful of times, mostly at the forceful hand of my sweet mother; but if they weren’t playing...

Jorge Rojas installation Gente de Maize / People of Corn at the Kimball Art Center in Park City, Utah. (Courtesy Jorge Rojas)

Examining Environmental Traditions through Maize with Artist Jorge Rojas

By Paige Gardner, Assistant Arts Editor November 1, 2021

  For the last decade or so, maize has been the main focus of performance artist and educator Jorge Rojas. In his latest installation “Gente de Maize / People of Corn” at the Kimball...

Venom: Let There Be Carnage Creepy and Cutting

‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Creepy and Cutting

By Sara Gillett, Arts Writer October 31, 2021

  On Oct. 1, the new Marvel movie, "Venom: Let There Be Carnage," released in the United States. It is the third Marvel movie this year, and these new releases have not been disappointing. Although...