The Salt Lake Tribune wrote about The Student Review relaunch and had this picture to go along with it – they’re all standing right outside of Muse! We are very excited about The Student Review, and we have a stack of them in Muse if you haven’t picked up your copy yet. Alex Wiberg, the blogger behind Muse, also wrote an article about Provo music. Head on over to their website to learn more about The Student Review.
Archive for September, 2011
Because of the BYU vs. U of U game, we will actually be having brunch at 11 instead of dinner. You can read everything about the Dinner and Bikes Tour on their website, but I, your friendly neighborhood blogger, just want to say that I saw them the last time these guys came through (I think it was a year ago) and it was awesome.
This time around, they are bringing a vegan chef (Joshua Ploeg) to make a meal for everyone; so, tickets are between $10-20 and this includes the meal. Joe Biel will have a collection of Microcosm zines (which I saw last time: AWESOME!) and will be showing clips from his upcoming documentary about bike culture. Elly Blue will be speaking more about bike culture and about other bicycling issues; it’s very informative and will help show how we can make Provo more bicycle-friendly.
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Jon Schmidt is returning to Muse, where he shot his latest video “Michael Meets Mozart,” to play a show on September 14. Tickets can be purchased here on our website (http://musemusiccafe.com/jonschmidt) for $16 in advance. Tickets will be $18 on the day of the show. Check out our blog post from May to see exclusive photos from the video shoot.