Arts and Entertainment
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“First Date” is an unforgettable production and a must-see for any Salt Lake Community College student.
Zoo Brew, Yoga & Beer at The Gateway, and Brewvies Cinema Pub are just a few alternatives to Salt Lake’s sometimes stale bar scene.
Just because Valentine’s Day is behind us doesn’t mean you can’t still make that first move on your crush.
Folio, Salt Lake Community College’s print and online literary magazine, is currently accepting submissions for their 20th anniversary edition.
Comedian Ali Wong entertained her fans Sunday at Abravanel Hall. Nina Yu has a recap.
Eric Jensen reflects on his first time performing improv comedy at a Majoring in Improv club meeting.
Tucked away in an unassuming strip on State Street, Tosh’s Ramen is an ode to noodle shops across Asia.
A free screening of “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” will take place Feb. 27 at South City Campus.
Salt Lake City has a host of entertainment venues besides bars.
Eric Jensen says the Rusted Sun Pizzeria, located just a few blocks away from South City Campus, offers great Italian fare for a student budget.
“Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Vile and Evil” explores the life of Ted Bundy, one of the nation’s worst serial killers. Bundy raped and murdered several women in Utah.
Elijah Earl takes a look at “Hail Satan?” from the Sundance Film Festival.