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Three downtown hot spots

You’ll never again have to ask the question, ‘What should we do tonight?’ By Melissa Fields With streets designed by Brigham Young to be “wide enough to turn a team of oxen,” downtown Salt Lake City would seem primed for large-scale outdoor events throughout the summer months. And indeed it is. Close your eyes and […]

In Fashion at Library Square

by Beth Lopez *** In Fashion at Library Square Many downtown regulars might scratch their heads if they saddled up next to a student at Bar X who said they were enrolled in fashion school a couple blocks away. But it’s true: amid the buzz of 400 South and the City Library, the Salt Lake […]

The Minds Behind the Magic

By Melissa Fields “I don’t have any numbers to back this up, but I would bet that Salt Lake City has one of the highest numbers of museums per capita in the country,” speculated Clark Planetarium Education and Exhibits Manager Durand “Duke” Johnson as toddlers and tweens bobbed and weaved around him on a typically […]

Flying Objects

By: Dana Hernandez, Salt Lake City Public Art Program Manager Downtown is made more whimsical, interesting and unique through arts and culture. Our one-of-a-kind murals, installations and sculptures all add to downtown’s colorful presence. We’re privileged to have a plethora of public art downtown—art free and accessible to everyone— supported by both private and public […]

Gileadi Dance Co

Miriam Gileadi, director of Gileadi Dance Co., connects the dots between her dance and music explorations.   Tell us about yourself and Gileadi Dance. What should our readers know about you? My name is Miriam Gileadi. I am the owner/director of Gileadi Dance Co. I’ve been singing and dancing professionally for 10 years in a […]

loveDANCEmore

Ashley Anderson, founder of loveDANCEmore, shares insight into her process and her vision for SLC.   – loveDANCEmore is a unique name – tell us what it means? My nonprofit  is incorporated as Ashley Anderson Dances so that regardless of what community programs I organize, I can still share my own choreography. However, the organization […]

NOW-ID

Charlotte Boye-Christensen and Nathan Webster of NOW-ID share their passion for the present. How long have you been performing? NOW-ID’s inaugural performance, The Wedding, took place at Salt Lake City’s Masonic Temple in 2013, so it is getting close to five years. How many in your company? I am the Artistic Director and choreographer; Nathan […]

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