Utah and a nonviolent criminal law; how the Utah Jazz get it done; Utah State, MWC look into...
Utah has a potential nonviolent criminal law. A look at how the Utah Jazz gets it done. Utah State. MWC look into incident after Nevada game.
Jazz Fest fare: What to eat and where to get it
Here's the inside scoop on the best bites at Jazz Fest, from the journalists who cover it.
Poem contest National Poetry Month Contest: Win 10 books from Dover Publications
Last year Dover celebrated National Poetry Month (April) with a huge giveaway contest and it was a huge success. This year you have another chance to expand your poetry collection - to win, your task is simple - enter your best original poem on the subject of "Spring." I personally own many of their poetry books and can vouch for them; great inexpensive collections of some of the best poetry of all time. The winner will get all 10 of the following books…
Upstill: A draft guide for how to get the Jazz to play Warriors-style
As the draft approaches, here are a few prospects the Utah Jazz should consider.
Monson: Here's how the Jazz could get 60 wins
Rudy Gobert believes the Jazz can win 60 games next season. Six-oh. That's only happened thrice before — in 1994-95 (60), in 1996-97 (64) and in 1997-98 (62), when Karl Malone, John Stockton and Jeff ...
SCC Jazz Band takes top award at state contest
Submitted by admin on Wed, 04/01/2015 - 5:34pm South Central Calhoun High School Jazz Band Director Tom Plummer, at right, talks to students, parents and school staff Wednesday afternoon about the band's success at the state Jazz Championships Tuesday evening. The team won first place in Class 2A. GRAPHIC-ADVOCATE PHOTO/ERIN SOMMERS By Director Tom Plummer praised the band members during an assembly Wednesday afternoon at the…
Meshell Ndegeocello at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
KBCS 91.3 and the Pacific Jazz Institute at Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley welcome singer/songwriter, rapper, bassist and all-around creative genius Meshell Ndegeocello for four nights and six shows, touring in support of her new release Ventriloquism. Show times Thursday and Sunday at 7:30pm. Show times Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm and 9:30pm. Doors open at 6:00pm …
Brad Rock: Standing pat will get Jazz near the top, but contending requires more
Apparently Gordon Hayward "loves" Utah, but other teams will make their pitch. But that's his call. A more complicated issue is how much to pay for George Hill.
How Detroit contest helped new bridal shop open its doors
Through 13 rounds, Motor City Match has distributed $6.5 million in grants for start-ups and new businesses located throughout the city of Detroit.
This is how Burlington dances to jazz
How do you dance to jazz? The Burlington Discover Jazz Festival fans show us how it's done. Music by Natalie Cressman and her band playing on Church Street during the 2018 festival.
Canyon Ridge, Kimberly Schools Get $100,000 Grants
By the time students get to high school, the push to help them map out their future plans is already on.
Domestic violence shelter gets $20,000 grant
Other recipients use the unrestricted funds for basic operating expenses, hiring much-needed personnel, completing repairs and renovations or adding programs and resources based on the unique needs of their shelter and the clients they serve. The center is Connecticut’s first Family Justice Center providing a full complement of supportive and crisis services to victims of domestic and sexual violence and child abuse in the six communities it serves.
Grammy award winner and jazz bands to perform in RF March 20
On Wednesday, March 20 the UW-Eau Claire Jazz Ensemble 1 will share a concert with the Minnesota Youth Jazz Band and guest artist Lauren Sevian at 7 p.m. in the Doris Fuka Auditorium at River Falls High School. The event is free and open to the public.
Tucson Jazz Institute takes top honors at national jazz competition
The Tucson Jazz Institute took home top honors at the 22nd Annual Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition & Festival in New York City over the weekend.
Fall Arts Guide: Poetry
Thirsty Black Mouths Drink the brown water childyou think you better huh?We've been drinking itYou privileged huh?Come on childLead don'tKILLPoliticiansDo. Sweet, Sweet Paint Chips Like melted sugar on my landlord’s tongueDid you hear how the paint chips call us niggers?My nigga.The walls silence Tim Paggi If I had six days left to liveI’d live them wearing sweatpants, alone and with television. I’d soak up all the…
Why ‘jazz hands’ is not the way to combat anxiety
Young people must learn to be resilient rather than avoid stressful situations
Utah Jazz fall to Indiana Pacers 107-100 for 3rd straight loss
INDIANAPOLIS — After a victory over the Detroit Pistons last Wednesday got the Utah Jazz off to a nice start on a four-game road trip, the team has now lost three consecutive contests. On
Warriors saved by Jazz castoff’s tip-in before the buzzer
SALT LAKE CITY — Jonas Jerebko returned to Utah and got what he was looking for. Jerebko crashed the basket and tipped in a shot against his former team with 0.3 seconds remaining to lift the Golde…
GSU art show celebrates 100 years of jazz
Upon entrance to the Visual Arts Gallery at Governors State University, the viewer's sight is almost entirely overcome by a massive, black shape.
Jazz writer roundtable: What player would push the Jazz to the next level?
This week’s question: What player would push the Jazz to the next level — like Western Conference finalist territory — and how would you get him?