Cornucopias | Arts & Entertainment | Salt Lake City

The American jackalope can appear almost anywhere: as a stuffed mount on a wall, on postcards, even in the name of a Salt Lake City bar. Like rabbits of all kinds, these horned rodents seem to have an almost infinite capacity to multiply, despite the fact that they don’t actually exist. Or, again, maybe they … Read more

Spring Seasonal Saturday Event at MMAM | Culture & Leisure

On Saturday, May 14, the Minnesota Marine Art Museum (MMAM) will offer its popular arts access program, Seasonal Saturday. Seasonal Saturdays are fun and inviting days offering $1 admission, free transportation, themed arts activity, artist-led programming, live music in the galleries, and 30-minute tours related to the exhibitions in MMAM classes and the changing theme … Read more

Touch the hand of God | Arts & Entertainment | Salt Lake City

See Global Entertainment/Bridgeman Images “The Creation of Adam” in Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: the exhibition It is often true that an artistic experience is also a spiritual experience. However, not all exhibits allow you to touch the hand of God. … Read more

Art, sedition and justice | Arts & Entertainment | Salt Lake City

Edward Abbey once said that there were two main functions in an artist: art and sedition. As the guy who coined the term “monkey-wrenching”, he had a very specific idea of ​​what it meant. Right now, artists are rightly angry with issues of women’s right to choose and LGBTQ+ people’s right to exist, as both … Read more

Real Work | Arts and Culture | Style Weekly

Real Work |  Arts and Culture |  Style Weekly

On Ivy Mazza’s TikTok account, there is a video celebrating Atelier, the cosmetic tattooing company she co-founded alongside Savannah Sheely. The mix of clips shows Mazza, Sheely, and other members of the Atelier team tattooing eyebrows, painting the walls of their newest studio, and stacking up branded merchandise. The TikTok ends with the phrase, “anything … Read more

Coming to America | Arts & Entertainment | Salt Lake City

Coming to America |  Arts & Entertainment |  Salt Lake City

As an exploration of the experience of those who passed through Ellis Island as immigrants in the late 19th and early 20th century, Six Songs from Ellis melds components of dance, theatrical performance and multi-media. But as the creative team sees it, it’s clear where the emphasis should be: on the oral histories that provided … Read more

5 workout trends to keep you on track

5 workout trends to keep you on track

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), everyone can experience the health benefits of physical activity regardless of age, abilities, ethnicity, shape and size. Some benefits of physical activity include: brain health, … Read more

Celebrate spring with 15 events in Lake Travis-Westlake

The magical land of Oz is coming to the Hill Country with TexArt’s “The Wizard of Oz: Youth Edition” in April and May.  (Courtesy TexArts)

The magical land of Oz is coming to the Hill Country with TexArt’s “The Wizard of Oz: Youth Edition” in April and May. (Courtesy TexArts) April 14-June 20: Visit an art exhibit The “Out Again” exhibit of artwork by 18 artists from Capitol Art Society will be available for viewing at the Laura Bush Community … Read more

Easter Parade | Arts & Entertainment | Salt Lake City

Easter Parade |  Arts & Entertainment |  Salt Lake City

The Easter season was definitely a little … weird in 2020 and 2021. While some seasonal activities took place, most did not, and even those that did take place might not have been appealing destinations, what with gaggles of unvaccinated kids. If you and/or your family are looking for Easter weekend events as you get … Read more