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I was just looking through your City Guide 2010 and couldn’t help but notice in your “Hoods and Goods” section, the glaring omission of longtime embattled staple, and best part of 9th & 9th, the Coffee Garden.

At first I wanted to rip you for only providing editorial space to those who advertise, but then I discovered that none of those mentioned were advertisers. What gives? No Coffee Garden? 

Eric Trenbeath
Moab

Editor’s note: In producing this year’s City Guide, we noticed how 9th & 9th is coming into its own. With our limited space, we wanted to provide a taste of the growing range of shopping and activities available there. As you say, Coffee Garden is an institution and an anchor long associated with 9th & 9th — we meant no slight by listing newer players.

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