2015 March/April

2015 Dining Awards

By Mary Brown Malouf
The 25 Best Restaurants in Utah

Girl’s Club

By Jamie Gadette
Utah women pushing against tech’s glass ceiling

The Look Aquatic

By Mary Brown Malouf
Spring fashion at Loveland Living Planet Aquarium

Park City Life

In our expanded coverage of Park City, we explore Utah’s Olympic legacy, Park City Community Foundation, Spring Grüv at Canyons and why the Shoe Tree matters.

Erin Go Bragh, Utah Style

By Mary Brown Malouf
About SLC’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Design, Build, Gild

By Austen Diamond
M. Scott Gardner creates a conversation between image and frame.

Stunt Double

By Jaime Winston
KUTV’s identical twins built their television careers by sticking together.

Spring Into Blooms

By Emi Clarke
Flowers in spring fashion change dull into delightful.

Not Just Chopped Liver

By Glen Warchol
Jewish humor spices the menu at Feldman’s Deli.


Copper Kitchen’s Chicken Soup

By Mary Brown Malouf
Universal Panacea in a pot.

The Long Run

By Sara Guggisberg
Altra is making big strides in running shoe design.


Not-to-Miss Events
By Glen Warchol, Adrienne Knight and Jaime Winston


Dirt Roads and Refuge
Artist Randall Lake’s love affair with Spring City

Asking Questions
Nancy Stoaks takes CUAC’s art into the community.

Watch the Music
Down a brew and take in a music-filled movie. Not a musical.

Move Over, Moab

By Nate Parkinson
Washington County leaves Moab, once the leader in mountain biking, in the dust.

Make Mine Mongolian

By Jeremy Pugh
Utah State Parks now have a new way to stay and play.

It’s Not Just Books Anymore

By Les Roka
Salt Lake Library meets the needs of literacy, refugees and the down and out.


By Jaime Winston, Glen Warchol and Adrienne Knight

Dave Borba
Making wall art interactive

Jesselie Anderson
A Regent who emphasizes the basics

Elisabeth Nebeker
Film Center boss takes film to the people—kids, too.

Ben and Cresta Bateman
Two veterans reach out to fellow warriors.

Our Future, Our Hope

By John Shuff
How two little girls have made grandparenting so special.