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The Killer Costumes of AHS

The Killer Costumes of AHS

To be honest, I’m not a huge fan of the horror genre, which is a little strange since I do love going through haunted mazes at theme parks during the Halloween season. I guess there’s a difference between sitting down and just staring at a screen and actually being immersed in the experience. Anyway, when … Continue reading

Sal Tlay Ka Siti (Part 3): I Believe

Sal Tlay Ka Siti (Part 3): I Believe

Traveling between Salt Lake City and Park City without a car can be pretty inconvenient if you don’t want to pay for a private shuttle. There’s the Greyhound, which has one trip from Salt Lake to Park City in the early morning and one trip back late at night. There’s also the PC-SLC Connect, a … Continue reading

Sal Tlay Ka Siti (Part 1): Hello!

Sal Tlay Ka Siti (Part 1): Hello!

Honestly, I didn’t come into Salt Lake City with high expectations. My friend, Sultan, and I were heading there for four days to check out the Sundance Film Festival, but other than watching films, I wasn’t sure what else there really was to see. My knowledge of the city was pretty much limited to the … Continue reading

Angels Plight

Angels Plight

Even though Angels Flight still stands today showing us a physical glimpse into the city’s past, there are many folks out there living in Los Angeles who don’t even know that it exists. I’ve written about this funicular railway a few times on here before and I’ve even had the privilege of actually getting to … Continue reading

Inflate, Illuminate, Intrude

Inflate, Illuminate, Intrude

I love how art can activate a space and get people out to explore their city. Case in point, back in June, several large, inflatable rabbits appeared around Downtown Los Angeles for an art installation called Intrude by Amanda Parer. Specifically, they could be found in the Bank of America Plaza, Wells Fargo Center, and FIGat7th. … Continue reading