For many, living a life true to themselves is a daily struggle.
Former AG Mark Shurtleff on being radioactive, deliverance and medi-pot.
With water already flowing from taps, why are Cache County leaders eager to form a water district?
Cache Valley residents have managed to avoid the creation of a water district, shunning a level of government that is sometimes criticized for lack of transparency, and leaving the management of water infrastructure to municipalities and Cache County.
Two people, 130 pounds of gear and one mortified horse take on the Highline Trail.
In 83 miles, at an average elevation of 10,000 feet, the Highline Trail traverses 460,000 acres of High Uinta Wilderness.
The 7th Annual Utah Beer Festival Is Here!
It's beginning to look a lot like Utah Beer Festival! Ah, yes, that most boozy time of the year is here, and with it, a whopping 240 or so different brews that'll be available this weekend at the Salt Lake Fairpark, ranging from Ales to Zwickelbier (OK, that last one might be a stretch, but I needed something with a Z).
How old Hwy. 89 has survived, thrived and stayed alive.
When it comes to roads that impress based on colossal length alone, U.S. Route 20 has all the rest of them beat with its 3,365 miles of breathtaking asphalt. State Street's reach, however, goes far beyond that.
Have you ever stopped and wondered what people in Mexico think about the Donald?
One common theme emerged from all of these interviews: Trump has to go. Or, in Spanish, ¡Fuera Trump!
For some cyber sex workers, the industry delivers both empowerment and the promise of wealth.
For five years, Joslyn Stevens worked in the prosperous shadows of Salt Lake City's sex industry, selling companionship to lonely hearts as an escort and a sugar baby. Offering a paid-girlfriend experience for older men, she had quietly navigated the nuanced legal waters of higher-end sex work in Utah.
Revelrous Mad Max-esque gathering aims to put Utah motorcycle culture on the map.
Dubbed as “the worst moto campout ever!” Motos in Moab provided cold beer, warm rain and hot fire.
City Weekly's first Cocktail Guide from A-Z
var __adobewebfontsappname__="dreamweaver" From traditional absinthe service (without the legendary sidecar of cuckoo) to that tiki torchlight classic the zombie, Beehive State imbibers have a bounty of bevvies at their boozy fingertips. We've curated an arsenal of aperitifs, local ingredients and top-notch purveyors all available in our salty city and beyond.
8 women compete in a showcase of brains, beauty and world peace.
According to an online quiz that I took a while back, I am indeed a feminist. I think that women have been fighting the good fight ever since they found out what a crappy hand they've been dealt in a country that has been bought and paid for by rich white dudes.
Unified Fire Authority chief feels heat from escalating bonuses.
They began as a trickle, $1,000 here and $1,000 there, for extra work that the bosses insisted they deserved extra pay for. But with each passing year, the numbers grew from a few thousand bucks in 2011 to more than $30,000 in 2015.
The dwindling few who recall living in Bingham Canyon fight to keep alive memories of a community that was stolen from them.
In the southwest corner of the Salt Lake Valley, the New Bingham Highway climbs into the mountains. It runs past the offices of Rio Tinto Kennecott, then through the leafy, quiet rural idyll of Copperton, past barren, overgrown land on the right, before cresting a hill—only to be closed off by several 2-foot-high concrete blocks.
The past, present and future of the ever-morphing arts fest.
var __adobewebfontsappname__="dreamweaver" Every summer, thousands of Utah residents pack the downtown area for the Utah Arts Festival. They stroll through artist booths, listen to live music, explore hands-on art areas, watch short films—in short, get a sampler platter of the astonishing wealth of artistic talent this state has to offer.
A Booming Fringe Community of Utah Youth Finds acceptance through My Little Pony
Life on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border was boredom or terror, with not too much in between. For combat engineer Kyler Black, serving at the remote Army outpost known as Firebase Asadabad also offered not only endless hours of Call of Duty: Black Ops on the Xbox while off-duty, but also the thing he'd been longing for since he'd graduated from high school in a small town outside Richfield, Utah.
City Weekly's dedication to Utah's most famous street.
The Pride issue 2016
As a member of the LGBTQ community, it's been a long road to the current days of #slay and YASSS GAGA. Like many of my cohorts in the Beehive State, being proud of being different wasn't intrinsically in the cards for me. In fact, I remember my nighttime routine growing up involved getting down on my knees and praying to God to make me normal.