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Movie Reviews+Times: Suffragette, Miss You Already, Peanuts Movie, Spectre and more http://citywk.ly/1Pt3UeT
Familiar faces like James Bond and Charlie Brown hit the multiplexes, while true stories of historical injustice are among the art-house offerings. The fact-based stories...
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Gavin's Underground: New local releases from Atrium, Forestial Spacecraft, Okkah and more http://citywk.ly/1NUt3gL
As we delve into November, we're starting off slow, with only a few online releases and a release show tonight. But fear not: Fall usually...
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Free Will Astrology: Let your boasts uplift and motivate, Scorpio http://citywk.ly/1kyPCh0
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True TV: Master of None premieres today, Flesh & Bone and Agent X Sunday http://citywk.ly/1PdPtwJ
Showrunner Moira Walley-Beckett (a former Breaking Bad writer) says the first two episodes of ballet drama Flesh & Bone are "the lightest," and that it gets bleaker from there.
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Dance: Jerome Robbins' sailors headline Ballet West's Iconic Classics http://citywk.ly/1HuCPl4
Three choreographers are recognized in today's world of ballet as the art form's most important and iconic: Jerome Robbins, George Balanchine and Jiri Kylian.
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Gavin's Underground: Previewing Myriad Dance Co's Creator's Grid (live Saturday at Metro) http://citywk.ly/1NUuz2u
Tomorrow night at Metro Bar, Myriad Dance Company will be commanding the stage as they present Creator's Grid, an evening filled with original performances, all...
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Shop Girl: In honor of Best of Utah, a short list of SLC shopping faves http://citywk.ly/1OtTxc5
A few years ago, as part of my ongoing effort to be the best "me" I can be, I took up meditation. The busyness of life sometimes causes me to fall in and out of my formal meditation practice.
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Film Review: Daniel Craig's fourth Bond outing Spectre feels trite and tired http://citywk.ly/1Q92RCe
The opening gambit of Spectre—the fourth outing in the 21st-century James Bond franchise—is absolutely spectacular, following 007 (Daniel Craig) through, around, and above raucous Day of the Dead revelers in Mexico City while he does a Secret Agent Thing.
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Restaurant Reviews: Feeling the heat at Hot Dynasty http://citywk.ly/1PsznOa
I seem to be writing about Chinese restaurants with frequency lately. And, that's a good thing, because it means the list of Chinese restaurants in our culinary community is expanding beyond Little World, J. Wong's and Red Maple—the dependable "go-tos"—worthy of your time and money.
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Film Review: The Peanuts Movie celebrates the original spirit of its creator http://citywk.ly/1iGGANC
"The Peanuts Movie by Schulz," reads the title card of the new animated feature based on the beloved comic strip—and it feels like there's something of a dare in that designation.
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News: National group targets Utah Republicans favoring Medicaid expansion http://citywk.ly/1Huz5zU
Americans for Prosperity (AFP) is the political advocacy group bankrolled by conservative billionaire brothers David and Charles Koch. The Kochs oppose Medicaid expansion, and they have ways to make sure Utah politicians comply with their wishes.
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