Friday, February 11, 2011
May your epic ride continue into the passionate sunrise!
Donations can be made payable to Jennifer Goodale and should be mailed directly to the mortuary.
Please make all monetary donations to the address as is below.
c/o Crist Mortuary
3395 Penrose Place
Boulder CO 80301
All flowers and other gifts for Jen and Asher can be sent to their home:
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
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Thursday, September 23, 2010
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Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Do not miss your chance to witness THIS LEGEND!
Surprise performance by the mezmerizing Tribal Fusion Belly Dancer Trisha McBride! A Goddess of unspeakable beauty and fiercely seductive motion!
Trisha is available for private and semi private instruction, email firstname.lastname@example.org for full details.
Thursday, August 5, 2010
Friday, July 30, 2010
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Bad Bitch McKell Maddox!!!
Featured recently in CZAR magazine!
McKell will be designing it out on ...
Project Runway Season 8 which debuts on THURSDAY July29th @ 9PM MTN!
Salt Lake City ...you better be watching!!
McKell is a genuine soulful designer with an ability to meld gorgeous, sexy, tailored design with vibrant, playful, textiles!
She is dedicated to "unique, cutting edge, and versatile design" that translates as "Strong, Feminine, Fashion"
WE LOVE HER!!
YOU WILL TOO!
You can swoop on a piece by McKell @ FICE!
Or visit us in person at:
160 East 200 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Thursday, July 15, 2010
Friday July 16th
FUCK THE WORLD! SAVE OUR PLANET!
Come out to FICE after Gallery Stroll and show solidarity for our planet! If you haven't yet, get down to FICE and pick up a canvas and make your mark for Gaia the baddest bitch out!
Art show starts @8PM!
Short Film Set by Salt Lake City Film Festival @9:30!
LASER FANG/NIGHT SWEATS/TIM MEYERS/CHAD PRYSZEK
Friday, July 9, 2010
Branching into every area of visual tastiness from tattoo/ graphic design/ fine art/ music and taking over is ultimately The Seventh Letter!
Founded in 2000, the notorious artist collective comprising some of the most infamous heads in the current West Coast graffiti game has grown to attract world wide recognition.
This Chapter of FRANK 151 brings you a bit closer to one of the most prolific crews out there.
Peep Gayme! Mbnytch!
Thursday, July 8, 2010
The Alternative Press Fest workgroup has a number of additional events planned leading up to the actual Alternative Press Festival.
On July 7th, in conjunction with the Salt Lake Film Festival, a film screening will be hosted behind FICE at dusk.
The Alternative Press Festival takes place on July 9th at the Downtown Library from 3pm-9pm in the Urban Room, the auditorium and Library Square Plaza. Live music is scheduled all day and zinemakers, printmakers and bookmakers will all have tables. The event is free, open to the public and everyone is encouraged to bring copies of their zines or books to submit to the collection or trade with others during the day. Vist altpress.slcpl.com for more information about the festival, submitting your work to the collection or just simply familiarizing yourself with some of the hidden treasures that Salt Lake City has to offer.
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
The Salt Lake City Library's Alternative Press Festival begins and will run from 3PM to 9PM!
A pre-party event featuring a night of short films from
Salt Lake City Film Festivals Shorts Program on...
July 7th from 8-11PM!
Copper Palate Press will be printing a limited edition screen print for the night!
Come join us for a night of
GAMS in Short Shorts! Short FILMS! and Cool T Shirt FUN!
Thursday, June 3, 2010
Saturday, May 22, 2010
by Jemie Sprankle [email@example.com]
Online Exclusive / Posted June 25, 2010 More Exclusives
[Photo by Brittanee Lee Taylor]
I swear that Salt Lake City has a sneaker culture. It may hold the record for being the smallest, but hot damn, it’s there. On May 22, FICE hosted the SLC Dunk X-Change. I have had a love/hate relationship with sneakers for years but even so, I have been to an overwhelming amount of sneaker releases (enough to be considered a true sneaker nerd) and have even found my share of low-key skate shops with nice accounts. I recollect a few people with real nice closets in the Salt Lake area; these lucky sons of bitches bought stock cheap and are now sitting on a pair or two of $600 dollar Nike Dunks SB’s from 2002. It’s almost like walking around with credit cards on our feet, worst comes to worst, sell the kicks and you at least make it home to really assess the problem and pick up of pair of general release joints to keep you kushin’.
Rolling up on FICE, I will admit, was a little questionable at first; the idea of a Dunk X-Change in SLC, is a lot like a Sci-Fi convention… anywhere. I am still a little green in the collar and new to the area, so I did some asking around and found out this was not the first Dunk X-Change the Salt Lake scene has seen. Last year four dudes got together and talked sneakers. This was by far one of the most intimate sneaker gatherings I have been too. It was clear right off the bat that there are some serious collections in the area, and some real friendly folks. For those who are not as up on the sneaker nerd lingo, a Dunk X-Change is a gathering of “sneaker heads” to buy, sell and trade sneakers in order to obtain sneakers they may have missed out on or just to make some money to get more sneakers. May 22 wasn’t a big day on the Salt Lake sneaker exchange, but tacos, beer and beats were high in the trade market. Unfortunately, sneakers sales stayed consistently below market share. It wouldn’t be a proper Dunk X-Change with out someone on the wheels of steel while the sneaker nerds wheel and deal. Luckily for everyone on hand, DJ SUPeRB and DJ Goobers were there to entertain. I, myself, didn’t bring out the goods like these cats. There are some serious closets in the area. The Jordan selection without a doubt outshined everything else. Complete with Laser 4’s and 5’s and array of the packs, it was like a Jordan family reunion. There were Dunks on hand and even some real bangers. Deadstock California Dunks are nothing to be mad at, real OG type. A couple people even rolled up with a few nice runners in the collection, not to mention an impressive pair of original Air Mariah’s. As anyone could imagine with such an intimate culture, the sizing is a major problem. As it goes with any sneaker swap, the ol’ “ too bad, wrong size” excuse is always excusable. No harm, no foul. After getting your sneaker nerd on and making a few social networking connections, there were tacos being grilled up out back behind the store and you could network some more.
Upon returning inside, I was greeted by a growing scene. Drop-ins, sneaker fans and weekend downtown scenesters were all swinging by. In the terms of urban and youth marketing, Salt Lake’s sneaker and hip-hop culture scene is growing. Don’t totally count SLC out of the sneaker culture just yet. The gracious host of the gathering, FICE is locked and stocked with some real heat for your feet this summer season. Don’t be afraid anymore, no one’s getting killed over their kicks anymore, its once again safe to wear your favorite runner, or even that pair of Koston 1’s you have hidden, out and about. As it goes with the sneaker game- older is colder.