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KWCR Album of the Week: Breaux, ‘Black Wolf’

With a quick, distorted electric guitar, followed by “And it hit me like a f***ing brick” is the intense dive into local band Breaux’s latest album, “Black Wolf.” And into what is Southern metal rock. This Utah-based band describes their music as being “Southern party metal.” Its Southern rock feel is exemplified by electric guitar […]

Skating club hosts annual show at Ice Sheet

The Wasatch Figure Skating Club’s annual spring show fundraiser will be this weekend at the Weber County Ice Sheet. Each year, the show’s director comes up with a new theme. This year it will be the Spectacular Skating Circus on Ice. The Ice Sheet’s Learn to Skate children are grouped up with professional champions costumed […]

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Artist uses salt artwork to reconnect with sister

Motoi Yamamoto is a contemporary Japanese artist who has recently created a new rendition of his artwork “Floating Garden” on the floor of the Shaw Gallery in Weber State University’s Kimball Visual Arts Building. The piece, which went on display on March 7, is made entirely of Morton table salt and uses a swirl pattern […]

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I’ve been told by more than one adult in my life that I am the queen of procrastination. For some reason unbeknownst to me, I cannot for the life of me get anything done with any sort of skill unless I have a deadline staring me in the face. One of my favorite tools of […]

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There’s this weird belief going around that cartoons are for kids. It’s not a new misconception. Certainly not one that’s going to go away any time soon, either. But it is, well, more than a little bit wrong. Just because something is animated does not mean it’s “just for kids.” Just because it’s on a […]

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America Ferrera, best known for her role as Betty Suarez in the television series “Ugly Betty,” came to Weber State University to speak to hundreds of youth at the annual Latino in Action conference on achieving her dreams and how they can achieve theirs too. People from 12 high schools, totaling 2,000 volunteers and students, attended the event on […]

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