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Provo Alone

There's more unique fun to be found around BYU than you might expect

By Kathleen Curry & Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Apr 14,2014 - There’s a college town noted for launching a number of highly acclaimed alternative bands, where the downtown is stocked with local fresh eateries, and just off campus you can find the sort of hot dog and burrito dives that students salivate over. You’ll even find mixology where you least expect it, art brought in straight from Europe and the ability to get in a quick round of surfing. The college town in question? Provo.

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Rock Springs

Rock Springs offers recreation and a unique slice of pioneer history just over the border

By Kathleen Curry & Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Mar 18,2014 - Rock Springs, Wyo.—less than a three-hour drive on Interstate 80 from Salt Lake City—is a landscape very different from the Wasatch Front, featuring sand dunes that seem to run on forever, and places to watch herds

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Fests of Winter

Summer isn't the only time for seasonally appropriate celebrations

By Kathleen Curry & Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Feb 18,2014 - There’s still time in February to embrace the final weeks of winter and everything that’s good about the season. You can go outside and play while the sun is out for a few brief hours during the day, head to the hills for a day (or more) of skiing or even use the cold nights as an excuse to stay indoors with a blanket and a hot drink.

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Mike Birbiglia

Comedian Mike Birbiglia on the craft of storytelling and his return to one-liners

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // Jan 20,2014 - Just before Mike Birbiglia delivers the climax of a story—generally self-deprecating, awkward and tragic, all at once—the comedian addresses his audience: “Before I get to this next part, remember: You’re on my side.”

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Great Scottsdale

Escape winter for a quick Arizona getaway

By Kathleen Curry & Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Jan 13,2014 - The Wasatch Front is beautiful in the winter, but it sure can get cold. When the weather in our valley brings you to your knees, you have two choices: A. hope that global warming speeds up; or B. hop on a 70-minute flight south and find yourself in 70-degree-plus weather in Scottsdale, Ariz.

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Artistically Resolved

City Weekly contributors make their vows for growing experiences in 2014

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Dec 30,2013 - The idea of a “New Year’s Resolutions for the Arts” feature came about as one of those seasonal exercises that are sincerely intended, but often fairly fluffy. Then, I realized it was hitting me where I live. My academic background and experience in film, literature, theater and comedy make me feel fairly confident when I’m covering those areas. But when it comes to others—dance, visual arts, classical music—I’m an autodidact often scrambling to really know what’s what, depending on my talented, knowledgeable freelance contributors to carry me.

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Epic Ski Runs

A new multi-resort pass opens up ski options around the world

By Kathleen Curry & Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Dec 16,2013 - Park City has long been a destination for national and international skiers. Now, locals can turn the tables and make Park City the jumping-off point for their own national and international ski trips.

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The Dead Sea Scrolls

The Leonardo's exhibition brings the time of biblical writing to life

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Nov 18,2013 - Since the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls in 1947, the documents have been regarded as providing key insights into early Christianity and Judaism of the same time period. The traveling exhibit coming to The Leonardo, Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Ancient Times, also demonstrates that the scrolls—along with artifacts on display from the period—provide a vivid picture of the life of the people of the region during a transformative period of history.

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Get Out of Town

Air-travel tips for the holiday season

By Kathleen Curry & Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Nov 11,2013 - As the upcoming holidays come rolling along, if locals aren’t enjoying the “Greatest Snow on Earth,” they’re hopping out of town. We should consider ourselves lucky.

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Exploring Anaheim

More to Cali city than Disneyland

By Kathleen Curry & Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Oct 14,2013 - As we noted in a Travel Tramps article around this time last year [“Zion in Anaheim,” Oct. 11, 2012, City Weekly], the October fall break for Utah schools might as well be called Disneyland Break ...
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