Author: Anthony Giorgio

Weekend concerts keep Kilby Court afloat through pandemic with limited attendance

Kilby Court, a popular live music venue among Salt Lake City locals, began offering limited capacity shows in October 2020 to adapt to the demands of a live music venue during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Operated by Will Sartain and Lance Saunders through their production company, Sartain & Saunders, Kilby Court opened its doors to the Salt Lake community as a live music venue in 2003. As o...

University of Utah begins Eccles Inclusion Week

On Feb. 1, 2021, the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah kicked off their third annual Eccles Inclusion week, shifting this year’s lectures into a virtual format. The series will continue through Feb. 5 and feature a diverse array of speakers from business, academic and activist backgrounds. This series of 12 different seminars on diversity, equity and inclusion may seem fami...

At Camp Last Hope, community protects unsheltered people

Posted to a wall underneath the I-15 overpass near 900 South, a banner reads “We are all related.” The sign oversees a mid-sized campus of unsheltered people on couches and lawn chairs, tents and teepees. The smell of campfire smoke and hashbrowns wafts its way eastward. Camp Last Hope represents a new approach to organizing around homelessness in Salt Lake City. Rather than supporting unsheltered...