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City Guide 2009 | Ted's Dining Guide Favorites

By Ted Scheffler
POSTED // Jan 28,2009 - 350 Main New American Brasserie, Acme Burger Company, Aerie, Aristo’s Greek Restaurant and Café & more...

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City Guide 2009 | Where We Live

What we like about the streets we call home.

By Members of the SLC Council
POSTED // Jan 26,2009 - Back in the day—when the Shoshone, Ute and Paiute roamed the Salt Lake Valley—the natural world ruled for, like, thousands of years. But then along came Mormon leader Brigham Young, who, in 1847, scanned the valley from the mountains above and declared, “This is the right place.” At his utterance, a humble pioneer outpost came into being, eventually emerging as Utah’s...

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City Guide 2009 | West-Side Gems

For under-the-radar shops & eats, go west!

By Princess Kennedy
POSTED // Jan 26,2009 - Salt Lake City west-side neighborhoods have a rich history and many unique points of interest. Many businesses are small Mom & Pops trying to make it in a corporate world. I’ve navigated the sidewalks, back streets and alleys to find some of the coolest hidden gems. nnMarmaladenExtending below prestigious Capitol Hill is one of the oldest and most charming parts of town: the Marmalade...

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City Guide 2009 | Twenty-Five Bright Spots

How to start your own accidental love affair with local visual arts.

By Adam Price
POSTED // Jan 26,2009 - I am, to say the least, an unusual choice to write a list of the Top 25 people and places in the local visual arts. I don’t have a bachelor’s of fine arts...

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City Guide 2009

A Source for Life in Salt Lake City

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Jan 23,2009 - There is no place I’d rather live than Salt Lake City. Chances are, if you’re reading this guide, it means you’re lucky enough to be either living in or visiting our wonderful city.

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City Guide 2009 | A Mayor's Greeting

Dear City Guide Reader...

By Ralph Becker
POSTED // Jan 23,2009 - There is no place I’d rather live than Salt Lake City. Chances are, if you’re reading this guide, it means you’re lucky enough to be either living in or visiting our wonderful city...

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City Guide 2009 | Lonely Kingdom

Do local politics leave you cold? Build a bridge and get over it.

By Patrick Thronson
POSTED // Jan 23,2009 - You’re lucky. You live in one of the most visually stunning natural environments of any major U.S. city. You have easy access to all of the amenities that define what we call a real city but also live in a place that is small enough that people can get involved easily in government and politics...

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City Guide 2009 | Gay BCs of Utah

Spelling out the vibrant SLC gay community.

By Terry Mitchell Nani
POSTED // Jan 23,2009 - nA is for Amendment 3, passed in Utah in 2004, to define marriage in Utah as the legal union between a man and a woman and to remind the gay community in Salt Lake City that we’re still a pretty heavy church-state environment. nB is for Babs De Lay, queen of local Vagina Monologues productions, real-estate mogul, radio host and force of one who’s accomplished terrific things for this c...

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City Guide 2008

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Feb 1,2008 - GET ORIENTED A Mayor’s Welcome by Ralph Becker Brave New Metropolis by Ted Wilson Know Your Numbers by Patrick Thronson Speak Up, Baby by Rocky Anderson Guide to the ’Hoods by Caitlin Warchol See & DoFree for All by Phil Jacobsen CULTURE...

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City Guide 2008 | Symphony: Concerted Efforts

By Joel Long
POSTED // Feb 1,2008 - One our premier cultural crown jewels is the UTAH SYMPHONY, founded in 1922. It merged with the opera in 2002 to become the Utah Symphony & Opera.
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