Salt Lakers helping Salt Lake: April 2, 2020


Save money on gas and clear the air: Salt Lake’s GREENbike is offering. 0.01 annual passes to essential workers: healthcare professionals, bank and gas station employees, law enforcement officers, employees of charitable and social service organizations, grocery store employees restaurant workers and deliverers, residents unable to telecommute, etc. Go to and use promo code Essential/2020. Offer is good through April 14 or as long as Stay Safe/Stay Home is the rule.

O.C. Tanner pitches in:The Salt Lake City business stalwart has converted part of its manufacturing space to make urgently needed medical equipment.

Feed them all: Nick Fahs, chef-owner of Table X, is organizing with others in the community to create a take-home, cook-at-home food box subscription that could help bridge the sales shortages restaurants are experiencing with just the curbside service. Together with local suppliers, he hopes a collaborative association can help create an experience for Utahns looking for something other than take-out.

And, for some light entertainment: Ken Sanders, owner of Ken Sanders Rare Books, will be reading nonsense poetry from Alice in Wonderland tonight (Wednesday) at 7. Go to the website and tune in for something more bizarre than reality and a lot more fun.

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Mary Brown Malouf
Mary Brown Malouf
Mary Brown Malouf is the late Executive Editor of Salt Lake magazine and Utah's expert on local food and dining. She still does not, however, know how to make a decent cup of coffee.

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