The collaborative "scrap materials" project of a group of Salt Lake City artists, Tiny Club is billed as "the most intimate new venue along the Wasatch Front," and delivers tunes and a miniature light show to cozy crowds of up to eight people.
When it premiered in 2014, Rick & Morty seemed almost too smart for its own good: Boozehound sociopath scientist Rick (voiced by Justin Roiland) drags his slow-witted nephew Morty (also Roiland) along on increasingly dangerous interdimensional trips to alternate universes ...
As the restaurant critic for Salt Lake City Weekly, there's no question I hear more frequently than, "Where should we eat?" This is especially true on state holidays like Pioneer Day, when visiting friends and relatives descend upon the city.
When I uprooted myself from New York City in 1992 and moved to Utah, I knew very little about this place but was lured by the mountains. I'd assumed, like many newcomers, that booze was either off or under the table.