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  • Flying the Coop
  • Flying the Coop

    Feature: Araucana Hens in Mill Creek. Eight-foot tomato plants in Rose Park. How Plucky Can Urban Farmers Get?
      The view of the Wasatch mountains from Jonathan Krausert’s small Rose Park back yard is obscured by breathtaking growth. Not untamed, wild or weedy, but purposeful and productive—cultivated with love for the past 21 years. It’s a garden...
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  • Art Attack
  • Art Attack

    Back to School ’07: Students have more options than ever to learn cooking, art and interior design. But will there be jobs when they graduate?
      Where do you go to school? To a “good name” type of place, where the prestige may or may not be heavier than the bill, or to a community college? Considering the value society places upon a good-name education, if you’re going to Salt...
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  • Get My Thrift?
  • Get My Thrift?

    Back to School ’07: Lessons in how to save big and look hot.
      Now that you’re going back to school, most of your money is going to go to textbooks and lattés in the library café, both outrageously overpriced. So here’s one way to save cash without sacrificing the lattés: thrift...
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  • Flush With Fashion

    Local boutiques look to expand the definition'and the market'for fine art.
      Moving fabric between their fingers, feeling seams and admiring shape, art enthusiasts get a tactile experience they’re probably not used to at Salt Lake City’s monthly gallery stroll. They admire the work in ways not involving a “Don’t...

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Flying the Coop Flying the Coop Feature: Araucana Hens in Mill Creek. Eight-foot tomato plants in Rose Park. How Plucky Can Urban Farmers Get? August 22, 2007

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