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Two Days. $150. Six Meals.

Let’s face the facts. Park City ain’t cheap these days. But just because the bourgeois incursion into the once and former quaint mountain hamlet has rendered much of the town inaccessible doesn’t...

Go Fly a Kite

The season of the paleo diet with zero carbs and squat-lifting is upon us. Is heavy lifting your idea of getting summer-ready? We suggest something lighter—test out a new recreation that may be...

Lover For Sale

On June 17, 2019, after returning from her grandmother’s funeral in California, 23-year-old Mackenzie Lueck, a senior at the University of Utah texted her parents at around 2 a.m. from the Salt...

Would you buy a car from a dog? Suba Bleu is that and a lot more.

Businesses are built for profit— corporations distribute profits among shareholders. Until 2007 there were only four ways to form corporations: C-corps, S-corps, Limited Liability Corps (LLC) and Nonprofits. When a business decides...

Shout-out to Harmons

Grocery stores are important. Yes, there are lots of small specialty food stores and we love them, but most of us still buy most of our food at grocery stores. Grocer's buying...

Fish Out of Water

For a land-locked getaway high in an alpine desert, Park City sure has  a lot of seafood. Of course being some 700-odd miles away from the nearest ocean means you’ll need to...

Checking in on Butch and Sundance

“You just keep thinking, Butch. That’s what you’re good at.” Robert Redford’s Sundance Kid tosses that specific shard of wry flattery at Paul Newman’s Butch Cassidy multiple times over the course of...

Behold! The Delicate Stitchers Quilting Guild

Everything old is new again. The Delicate Stitchers Quilting Guild is holding their 10th bi-annual Quilting in the Red Rocks show in March in Moab. The Guild has grown every year since...

Don’t Freeze: Heed the “Rule of 3’s”

While a TV reality show can set up winter condition survival scenarios and a web site can instruct you on how to build up the ultimate winter survival bug-out kit—let’s be clear—while...

The 2019 Local Holiday Gift Guide

Still don't know what to get your loved ones this holiday season? Luckily for you, we put together an awesome local gift guide to make things a bit easier. Here are our...

Lobster in winter: the counterintuitive lunch at Freshies

Cold weather is tolerable, even embraceable in an emotional sense, if the sun is shining in a blue sky on clean white snow. Years ago, that was winter in Utah much of...

Don’t miss Kate MacLeod in concert at Ken Sanders on Sunday.

Everett Ruess, a young artist/wanderer who disappeared into the southern Utah desert wilderness 85 years ago still haunts the imagination of writers, filmmakers, artists and wanderers young and old. Last August, Ken Sanders,...

Letter from the Editor – The Need to Explore

That’s me, in a little six-seater plane flying from Moab to the put-in for “Down the River with Everett Ruess and Friends”—the river trip down Desolation Canyon described in this issue’s story,...

Nowhere Man

Another day of sunshine and rain, rapids and rolling on the muddy Green River is behind us. We sit in a circle on a beach in Desolation Canyon with guitars and glasses...

Salt Lake City Expands ADUs

You have a relative or friend who is on the verge of homelessness or needs a place to stay. You never considered becoming a landlord. But Salt Lake City has a serious...

Bocata Porchetta Sandwich Brings Slow Food Fast

It’s early in the morning; stores in City Creek mall aren’t even open yet. The food court, usually a noisy bustling maelstrom of shoppers and kids, is silent. Most of the restaurants...
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