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This Moment (3rd Place Winner of IDEAS Poetry Contest) By: Rebecca Graham

What was before, but is not now –

Haunts the soul and robs the night of sleep.

Memories, like photos, fade, or should

But for the constant vigil we keep – 137 more words

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The Ocean (2nd Place Winner of IDEAS Poetry Contest) By: Ian Lambach

I had no wisdom
And yet you taught me
(Illuminated, beyond conditions)
Water is clear to the bottom
Where the fish swim
Without moving
And the sky is vast and boundless… 84 more words

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The Barn Burner (1st Place Winner of IDEAS Poetry Contest) By:Nicole Steinbaugh

We are going to walk in circles,
the rings of
you didn’t call,
you don’t want to talk,
I will never see you again, 220 more words

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TLW Chats with the Lonely Island Boys

When you make a medley of comedy, pop songs and film, you’ll find the three actors, writers and producers–Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer. You may know them as The Lonely Island Boys who write and sing parody songs such as “I Just Had Sex” or “I’m On a Boat,” or you may know them as the brains behind hilarious movies like Hot Rod. 472 more words

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The Powers of Hollywood: Why We Still Want to See Superhero Movies

To the average American, Hollywood is a far away land – a foreign concept. We regard it as a superficial land of big money and broken dreams, far removed from the reality of everyday business. 1,020 more words

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The Truth About Music Festivals

Let’s start with this: the truth is subjective.

I’ve come across several “articles” explaining what to do and what not to do at a music festival. 1,004 more words

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Inside Basil Box

(By: Ebony Baker)

Basil Box is the latest Thai restaurant to open up in the vicinity of Salad King.  It found the home for its second store in a street-level storefront of the SLC.