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Q&A with Noor Ul-Hasan

Muslim leader and community activist

Q&A with Addison Odom

Q&A with James Jackson III, founder of the Utah African American Chamber of Commerce

The UAACC’s mission is to foster accessibility, networking and education.
Eight years ago, Salt Lake City resident James Jackson III founded the Utah African American Chamber of Commerce—a key resource for small businesses owned by members of the local black community, as well as other minority groups.

Meet Chris Tellesbo

He’s an astrophysics graduate student and research assistant—and professional disc golfer.

Q&A with Margo Walters McDonald

Get to know one of the 10 most influential Utah women in skiing.
If you’d like to become a U.S. Olympic downhill ski racer, you’d want talk to McDonald, who’s been there and done that.

Q & A with Nathan Spenser

By day, Nathan Spenser is a cool substitute science and math high school teacher for the Granite School District. But two to five nights a week, he is in the Salt Lake City music scene as a multifaceted artist.

Q & A with Marian Pham

They enter the bar in twos and threes ... ordering a drink, donning yellow smocks and eventually settling down before blank canvases, brushes and styrofoam plates with dabs of acrylic paint.

Q&A with art activist Cat Palmer

Local photographer fights to Keep the Politicians Out of Our Vagina with powerful photo series.
Think you're an activist? Cat Palmer will put you to shame—in a good way. This local artist/photographer—who was chosen as a staff pick for Best Feminist in City Weekly's 2016 Best of Utah—will inspire you to do more.

Q & A with Kate Anderson

After guards search our vehicle, we adjourn to a conference room table in the hangar at the Roland R. Wright Air National Guard Base for a chat before she hops in her Lakota LUH-72A and flies away.

Q & A with Edward Scott

The 70-year-old professional Santa is racking up the miles this season as he visits homes, company parties and other gigs.

Q&A with Pepa Taufui

It wasn't easy, but these thankful transplants have shown how important immigration can be to the growth of a kinder Utah, and America.

Q & A with the Grassroots Shakespeare Company

Dave Mortensen, director of development for the company, recently spoke with City Weekly at Salt Lake City's downtown library before a casting meeting.

Q&A with Chris Coombs

A double major in history and political science at the University of Utah.
How did Donald Trump win despite his unconventional campaign?

Q&A with Karl Beckstrand

The book earned Beckstrand this year's International Book Award for Western fiction

Q&A with Carl Moore

Chairman of Peaceful Advocates for Native American Dialogue and Organizing Support

Q&A with Elif Ekin

Local divorce coach talks about her Divorcée Café—a hub of support from specialists offering a wide range of free services for those going through divorce.
"Divorce is hard enough as it is. If we can make the process just a little bit easier for someone else because of our own experiences, then our struggles and lessons will not have been in vain."

Q&A with Cree McNulty

How did you get from being a high school drop out to becoming gainfully employed and nearing completion of your BA?


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