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Three band members play guitar in front of live audience

Squid Picnic headlines Kilby Court’s first full-capacity show in 2021

Squid Picnic performed in front of a sellout crowd at Kilby Court in the venue's first full-capacity show since March 2020.
Kam wears shirt that reads "Let's chalk about foster care"

Photos: Let’s chalk about foster care

View photos from the 2021 Utah Foster Care Chalk Art Festival.
Matrons of Mayhem group photo

As pandemic drags on, drag kings and queens continue performing online

Many entertainers switched to livestreaming during the pandemic to stay connected with fans and allies.
Surrender Rome playing music

An interview with local pop-punk band Surrender Rome

Andrew Christiansen interviews Alex Nuntapreda from local pop-punk band Surrender Rome.
Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt in Jungle Cruise (2021)

Summer 2021 movies to watch

Take a look at five movies set to be released in theaters this summer.
Several models wearing different clothing designs

Highlights from SLCC Fashion Institute’s virtual show

The Salt Lake Community College Fashion Institute hosted a virtual fashion show for its students after COVID-19 canceled in-person events.
Krooked Kings playing on stage to live audience

Salt Lake City concerts returning to full capacity

Several local concert venues will resume full capacity shows as COVID-19 cases dwindle.
Mural of hands releasing butterflies

‘We wanted to share our story’: Why SLCC commissioned a Latinx mural

Agustin Bautista-Silva's butterfly mural reaffirms the experiences of Latinx students on campus through art.
SLCC publications

SLCC publishing perseveres through pandemic

Despite the complications caused by COVID-19, SLCC continues to support student voices through various art and literary publications.
Billy Palmer speaking via Zoom

KRCL host believes radio journalism can boost community voices

Billy Palmer prioritizes a style of journalism that amplifies ignored voices in the Salt Lake community.
Oscar statuette for the Czech movie "Closely Watched Trains" (Ostře sledované vlaky in Czech) by Jiří Menzel

Do the Oscars matter?

Philip Cogan Gilstrap airs his grievances with the Academy Awards.
Drusky concert

SLC music venues get creative amid pandemic

Sartain & Saunders, which owns Kilby Court, Urban Lounge and Metro Music Hall, had to make big changes to stay afloat during the pandemic.