Jaime Winston

Jaime is a contributing writer for Salt Lake magazine. Formerly, he served as our editorial intern, then as our assistant web editor, and, finally, as our web editor. Now, he works full time at Weber State University, where he talks to ducks and people think he's crazy. While he covers many different topics, he is especially interested in nerdy entertainment, from artist alley at FanX to Sundance's Midnight screenings.
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Fan X for the Kids (Not Just the Kid in You)

Go ahead, claim you bought FanX passes because the “kids want to go.” In truth, you’ve wanted to meet Lynda Carter (TV’s Wonder Woman) since you first saw her kick butt on...

Why to read to your kids (and 5 local books to get started)

Parents with young kids have a lot to worry about: Will they get along with kids at daycare? Are Arby’s Curly Fries at least slightly nutritious? Is it an ear infection? Please,...

Eight 2019 Summer Camps To Ditch Your Kids

Summer is a time for kids to follow their bliss, and Utah has no shortage of summer camps to help them do exactly that, whether it’s rocking out with a band or...

Spiral Farm at Slamdance 2019: Piper De Palma makes an emotional feature debut

Piper De Palma, daughter of famed director Brian De Palma, makes her feature film debut in Spiral Farm, a drama about a girl hoping to gain her independence . . . if...

2019 Slamdance sci-fi/mystery The Vast of the Night spins a gripping tale

The Vast of the Night doesn't reel you in with its special effects, dark tones or ‘50s aesthetic — it relies on an element that predates Hollywood and movies altogether: storytelling. In a...

FanX 2018 – Artist Alley, the Batmobile and So Much Cosplay – Day Three

As FanX 2018 came to a close, cosplayers — the folks you saw wandering SLC’s streets in weird costumes this weekend — stepped up their game. Along with the intricate, stunning or...

FanX: Cosplay, headlocks and Freddie Prinze Jr. – Day Two

I may have cried a little when I realized I’d miss FanX day one. Luckily, I lived vicariously through Salt Lake magazine reporter Johnny Thomas, who documented his experiences on the first...

Dragons! Artist Alison Johnstun Brings the Heat to FanX

Dragons. Alison Johnstun’s Instagram followers see her new dragon art every day. “It's something I've been doing for about a year,” says Johnstun, a fantasy/fan artist based in South Jordan. “Dragons are...

Jaime Winston

Jaime is a contributing writer for Salt Lake magazine. Formerly, he served as our editorial intern, then as our assistant web editor, and, finally, as our web editor. Now, he works full time at Weber State University, where he talks to ducks and people think he's crazy. While he covers many different topics, he is especially interested in nerdy entertainment, from artist alley at FanX to Sundance's Midnight screenings.