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Power Forward

The Jazz are ready to challenge for a championship'three years from now.

By Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - The Utah Jazz are back in the playoffs for the first time since 2003. That was also the last time John Stockton and Karl Malone were live players, inside the Delta Center, instead of as statues standing outside an arena of a different name. It’s...

Arts & Entertainment

Blazing Start

Now past its first year, Utah’s arena football franchise builds a following.

By Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - There’s a professional sports team that plays in the arena formerly known as the Delta Center. The franchise is owned by a local automobile dealer. The squad scores points by the dozens and plays in front of crowds of more than 10,000 fans wearing...

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Foreign Concepts

The home of the world’s longest-running international film festival is in Provo.

By Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - After doing his undergraduate work at Brigham Young University, Scott Miller went on to Princeton and then to Cambridge to pursue graduate studies. While he loved those places of higher learning, he found they were missing something he had become used...

Arts & Entertainment

Upheld On Appeal

Thunder Over Zion fails to rehabilitate the image of a controversial judge.

By Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - Biographies written well after the death of the subject offer the benefit of hindsight, and that 20/20 vision can be used to rehabilitate the reputation of a person who was misunderstood while alive. Thunder Over Zion: The Life of Chief Judge Willis W....

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Scrum Seekers

Utah shows off its status as America’s rubgy hotbed.

By Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - Utah can’t be matched for its conservative politics, unique history of marital practices, skiing opportunities'and rugby teams?nnMurray Park will be the rugby capital of America this weekend when it hosts the high school national championships,...

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A League of Their Own

Between worries abroad and the stress of assimilation, Sudanese refugees come together through soccer at Glendale Park.

By Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - As Simon Kuay looks around Glendale Park, he sees more than just a tattered patch of grass at 1200 West and 1700 South. He sees a place where Sudanese refugees have come together to build a community through playing soccer.nn“We changed a lot of...
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