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Carolyn Campbell

Campbell has been writing for City Weekly since the 1980s. Her insightful pieces have won awards from the Society of Professional Journalists chapters in Utah and Colorado.

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  • Rising to the Occasion
  • Rising to the Occasion

    Salt Lake bakers may have been battered by COVID, but they're still rolling in dough.
      The pandemic gave most of us the chance to renew our relationship with two things: our kitchens and our liquor cabinets.
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  • Pride Issue 2021
  • Pride Issue 2021

      No matter where you get your Pride on, the sight of seeing so many effervescent souls converging in varying stages of dress and undress is indescribably powerful. That ribald "rainbow spirit" is outrageous, playful and proud.
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  • Join the Party!
  • Join the Party!

    Launching a food business in the midst of a pandemic isn't optimal, but these owners took it in stride.
      It's never easy to launch a new food business. You need a hip location, stylish furnishings and dinnerware, a well-equipped kitchen, a dynamite menu, a skilled staff. You need money—lots and lots of money—and advertising and influencers on social media.
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  • Fork it! Let's Eat! Part 1
  • Fork it! Let's Eat! Part 1

    With shots in arms and mask mandates ending, Utahns are ready to 'devour' the local food scene.
      Business owners found themselves wearing multiple hats and inventing new ways to keep their dreams alive.
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  • Meals Out of Misfortune Part 2
  • Meals Out of Misfortune Part 2

    The Year 2020 has delivered some one-two punches to local chefs, but they're rising to the occasion.
      A pandemic, earthquake, ongoing protests and a windstorm with hurricane-force winds have been visited upon our fair city—and we're only three-quarters of the way through!
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  • Happily Ever Never
  • Happily Ever Never

    Gay is A-OK, so why do some LGBTQ Utahns choose to be unhappily married to the opposite sex?
      "It's psychologically and emotionally devastating not just to the LGBTQ partners, but to the straight partners as well. For all those reasons, I wouldn't wish a mixed-orientation marriage on my worst enemy," expert John Dehlin says.
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  • <p>DNA Detections</p>
  • DNA Detections

    How 3 individuals experienced big reveals through genetic genealogy.
      "DNA testing can open up new genealogical lines to research, increase the depth of your heritage, and bring great joy through new connections to cousins near and far."
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  • A Rainbow Revolt
  • A Rainbow Revolt

    Current and former LGBTQ Mormons reflect on the LDS church’s exclusion policy—and its sudden reversal.
      Now reversed following "continuing revelation," this is the story of a group of people still affected by it.
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  • Pride Issue 2018
  • Pride Issue 2018

      The most fabulous issue of the year is here.
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Rising to the Occasion Rising to the Occasion Salt Lake bakers may have been battered by COVID, but they're still rolling in dough. June 09, 2021
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