POSTED // Nov 23,2011 - More than a week after a small army of Salt Lake City police officers evicted the Occupy Salt Lake City protesters from their Pioneer Park encampment, refugees of the movement are still occupying public spaces.
POSTED // Nov 9,2011 - When owners Jed and Nicole Beal opened Jed’s Barbershop in March 2010, they had a simple vision. They wanted a place where people could get salon-quality haircuts at a reasonable price in a cool shop full of Americana memorabilia.
POSTED // Oct 12,2011 - As the Legislature struggles to finalize the congressional map that will guide Utahns’ selection of their congressional delegates for the next decade, Democrats are bracing for a map that will hit them where it hurts—right in the liberal stronghold of Salt Lake County. A Republican “pizza” plan that would divide Utah’s urban, liberal core and combine the slices with more conservative rural swaths of the state is on the menu and is likely to be approved when the Legislature holds a special session Oct. 17.
POSTED // Oct 6,2011 - While the public may have forgotten about the raids that targeted a quiet Trolley Square-area home in March and August of 2010, the cadre of young animal-rights activists have not.
POSTED // Sep 21,2011 - Inside the office of Michael Aaron, founder and publisher of QSaltLake, Salt Lake City’s only publication specifically serving the state’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community,