POSTED // Jan 23,2013 - For nearly a century after its founding in 1871, the National Rifle Association was among America’s foremost pro-gun-control organizations. It was not until 1977 that the NRA Americans know today emerged—after libertarians
POSTED // Jan 16,2013 - Picking the right Sundance film requires knowing something about the films. But it also requires knowing something about yourself. What kind of story do you think you’re looking for?
POSTED // Jan 16,2013 - Obligatory tautological disclaimer: A movie is a movie, and a book is a book. Not only can you not always judge a book by its cover, but you often can’t judge a movie by its book.
POSTED // Jan 9,2013 - You might call him Mr. Outdoors. Among those who elevated Utah’s reputation as a mountain playground in the mid-1960s, Ted Wilson was famous for pioneering climbing routes in Little Cottonwood Canyon and scouting ski runs
POSTED // Jan 2,2013 - Ana Canenguez wanted to kill herself when she was 7 years old. But, even on tiptoes, she couldn’t quite reach a tin of rat poison on a shelf at the back of a street-corner shack where she lived in Santa Elena, El Salvador.
POSTED // Dec 26,2012 - It was 2006, and I had come “home.” To Greece. No, I was not born there. I was a 36-year-old Salt Laker born and, for the most part, raised in Utah. Aside from dozens of vacations to our summer home in Greece,
POSTED // Dec 19,2012 - Though the jury remains out at press time, we’re operating under the assumption that we can all get over our Mayan fixation and assume there will be a 2013. So now that we’ve kicked one more apocalypse to the curb