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Wednesday

Hockey

Hat Trick: Portland’s Hockey scores points beyond face value. Whether it’s delving into soul music, bubblegum-pop or modern folk, Portland, Ore.-based Hockey is as diverse as their choice of sweets at Voodoo Doughnuts... http://bit.ly/b04aTs

Ruby Suns

Trials of the Traveler: The genre-jumping Ruby Suns hit fresh territory. Ryan McPhun knows that ambition can be pricey. As the man in charge of Auckland, New Zealand, indie-pop trio The Ruby Suns, he uses a menagerie of instruments ... http://bit.ly/d7ILBi

Clash of the Titans

Myth Calculation: 21st-century Clash of the Titans remake sacrifices fantasy for empty spectacle. Instead, it all becomes background noise for a fantasy that spends a whole lot of time on foreground noise. http://bit.ly/bEYf7I

Jillian's Fat-Ass Fight Club, Vampire Debutantes, Secret CEO, Ghost Chefs, Crack of Dawn

Heavy Load: Five new TV shows debuting on April 1. If you think The Biggest Loser is too weepy, sensitive and lacking in shrieking she-dude Jillian Michaels, you’ll love Jillian’s Fat-Ass Fight Club ... http://bit.ly/bOXnbP

Friday

Roller Derby: O-Town Season Kickoff Saturday

Saturday, March 27: Ogden's O-Town Derby Dames kick off their 2010 season with a bout between home teams Sailor Marys and Ladies of Capone at the Marshall White Community Center (222 28th Street, Ogden); a portion of the proceeds go to benefit--what else? http://bit.ly/bsYRBR

Wednesday

Cymbals Eat Guitars

Eat or Be Eaten: New York City’s Cymbals Eat Guitars are living up to their anointed status. The brave new world of do-it-yourself indie music notwithstanding, the music industry is still very much eat or be eaten. Oh, the eaters may be different ... http://bit.ly/aj2Rev

Greenberg

Mid-Life Crassness: Be glad Noah Baumbach's Greenberg isn't real. If you are someone who goes to the movies to spend time with characters you’d actually like to spend time with in real life, you probably don’t go to Noah Baumbach movies ... http://bit.ly/cJX4rF

Quasi

Space & Drums: Quasi’s Janet Weiss keeps time and kicks out the jams. Being a drummer in a rock & roll band is a hard job; it’s one of the most physically intensive, even in just setting up the gear... http://bit.ly/buqFfJ

How to Train Your Dragon

Depth Wish: How to Train Your Dragon dazzles visually through its too-familiar plot. Over the ocean near a distant land, a thousand years ago, someone rides on the back of a dragon—and it’s you ... http://bit.ly/ccwkbg

Lookout Cabin

Cabin Cuisine: Lookout dazzles from beyond off the beaten path. There are off-the-beaten-path eateries, and then there are restaurants like Lookout Cabin, which require serious effort to get to. This one, however, is well worth the journey ... http://bit.ly/9RxRpL

Vampire Weekend, Ska Show, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Sweatshop Union, Scout Niblett

Live: Music Picks March 18-24 When delving into the musical world of Vampire Weekend, factions split and lines divide. Vampire Weekend are chart-toppers and their shows are selling out... http://bit.ly/aB1HPY

The Moondoggies

Time After Time: The Moondoggies are inspired by the past, not beholden to it. Kevin Murphy once believed he had reached a time where he’d heard “most good old music.” Though he now considers that outlook as “very ignorant ..." http://bit.ly/bWVQ8F

Trailers Trashed

The movie trailer: The ultimate triumph of movie marketing When it comes to my geekish bona fides, I bow to no one. My teenage comic-book collection was epic; my Star Wars action figures and assorted paraphernalia ... http://bit.ly/dAz5Aj

Talisker on Main

Not-So-New Kid in Town: After a private 20 years, chef John Murcko comes to the people. For way too long, the Talisker experience has been limited to a few very wealthy homeowners and their guests—folks who can afford to live and play... http://bit.ly/b3ikfB

The Red Riding Trilogy

Meh-pic: The Red Riding saga is epic only in length. Every once in a while, a distributor takes a chance on a multi-part release, one that requires a serious time commitment from a potential viewer ... http://bit.ly/cHfhOD

Friday

Woman: Garn lying about 'no contact' in hottub when she was 15

Cheryl Maher, the New Hampshire woman who says she had an affair with Layton Rep. Kevin Garn in 1985 and was paid $150,000 to keep her secret, says Garn is lying about a naked hot tub encounter between them when she was 15 and he was 30.---
Garn told r http://bit.ly/94wWrF

Roller Derby: JCRD & WRD Saturday

Jam-packed Saturday in local women's roller derby comin' at ya: Up Layton way, Ogden's Junction City Roller Dolls play their first bout of the 2010 season; in Salt Lake City, Wasatch Roller Derby play their third (and, technically, fourth). ---
Junction http://bit.ly/bL9Tt9

Wednesday

Logorama: City Weekly Won an Oscar!

All right, not exactly. But among the many corporate insignias found in the Best Animated Short winner Logorama ... http://bit.ly/cTZQoz

Green Zone

Mass Distraction: Hollywood-washed Green Zone refuses to name actual villains. Spoiler alert! Jason Bourne does not find the WMDs in Iraq. Sorry to ruin Green Zone for you, but surely already CNN did that years ago ... http://bit.ly/awls7u

Jaguar Love

Wild Things: Portland's Jaguar Love hit the dance floor. When art-punk doomsayers The Blood Brothers called it quits in late 2007, Johnny Whitney and Cody Votolato still hadn’t considered their futures ... http://bit.ly/agO5Gc

John Németh

Boise to Beirut: Idaho bluesman John Németh is bad and (inter)nationwide. Salt Lake City ain’t exactly blues central. Neither is John Németh’s hometown of Boise, Idaho. But while SLC and Boise, like many U.S. cities, lack the mythical rep of Mississippi... http://bit.ly/aWbaBW

She's Out of My League

Team Effort: True ensemble work contributes to the hilarity of She's Out of My League. For decades, it seemed, cinematic comedy had become the domain of the one-man show ... http://bit.ly/dihJ8u

The Brian Jonestown Massacre & Robert Pollard

Reviews: Who Killed Sgt. Pepper? & We All Got Out of the Army Robert Pollard is sort of an anti-rock star. The by-now 50-something former Dayton, Ohio, schoolteacher manages to rock out without any of the supposed accessories: no tattoos ... http://bit.ly/aSeULL

Brooklyn's Finest

Law & Disorder: Brooklyn's Finest avoids a black-and-white portrayal of New York’s men in blue. Is it because I’m a New Yorker myself that I am generally enthralled by tales of the NYPD? http://bit.ly/9xDGKW

Burn Notice, The Office, Big Love, TNA Impact, Bad Girls Club

Burn, Out: Babies, spies, rasslers and skanks. It would have been easier to track if USA hadn’t broken Season 3 of slick series Burn Notice into halves separated by four-plus months (seriously, this cable trend has to end)... http://bit.ly/cUB7cM

We Were Promised Jetpacks

Packing Heat: We Were Promised Jetpacks are coming onto the radar. Ah, the promise of discovering new music. New, of course, is relative. For most young bands generating international buzz, their seemingly fast-earned success is the culmination of years of hard work... http://bit.ly/9JUv3p

Tapas Showdown, Ruth's Chris, Kathmandu

On Thursday, March 4, at 6:30 p.m., a tapas "showdown" will take place at the Viking Cooking School/Kimball Distributing. http://bit.ly/aalJYE