Category Archives: art

OT3P Coming to SALT LAKE CITY

Who: OT3P When: Monday, 3/22/10, Doors at 6 pm (via In The Venue) Where: In The Venue (579 West 200 South) How Much: $15 in advance/$18 at door. Why you should care: Since the release of Sevas Tra (2002), Otep … Continue reading

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Zine-fabulous

After a few years of admiring zines and the D.I.Y. ethic behind them-I’ve finally contributed. I feel accomplished. And I think I may have one more fling with the zine-making before the end of the month. More on that later. … Continue reading

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Riot Grrrl 2010: A new riot-ous wave

I lucked out with the Dresden Dolls. Big time. I had just moved to Chapel Hill to start college there and was eager to find new music—especially of the local variety. In a search for the CH band “Sorry About … Continue reading

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Slam Tuesday: A Quickie

Here’s the deal. Writing about the Salt City Slam team made me realize how awesome it is to hear from the poets themselves, to let them talk about their passions and why they do what they do. So I’m going … Continue reading

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Slam Tuesday: Penny Arcade

Time to move outside SLC and check out some talent outside of Utah. And where better to start then NYC? I recently recieved a book in the mail called “Verses That Hurt”, which is an anthology of poems from the … Continue reading

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NPS 2009: Double Trouble Poetry Edition Pt 2

Part 1 It’s with a lot of hesitation that I write this final post in this particular series. It’s been a lot of fun, both in chatting with the SLC poets and in featuring their poems. That said, that doesn’t … Continue reading

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NPS 2009 Final Day: Double Trouble Poetry Edition pt1

Today marks the last day of National Poetry Slam 2009. The semifinalists who will be looking to take the honor of being The slam team of 2009 are as follows: San Francisco (The City Slam), St. Paul (Soapboxing), Albuquerque Poetry … Continue reading

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