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Year: 201418 19911

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  • Michael Fenton of Ogden's Ben Lomond Hotel

    Restoring the historic (and possibly haunted) hotel
      October is busy at Ogden's historic Ben Lomond Hotel, where the curious come for a frightful night's sleep (or wakefulness).
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  • Talia Keys

    SLC singer-songwriter releases solo debut, Gemini Mind
      Finding a voice wasn’t necessarily easy for Talia Keys even though she can now own just about any stage with her truth-telling lyrics and bold onstage banter. “Growing up, I was a pretty shy kid,” says the Salt Lake City native,
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  • Humble Pride

    The unsung heroes of 2014's Pride Festival
      The team of passionate staff and volunteers who make up the Steering Committee work tirelessly year after year to make the festival a success. Michelle Stephen, director of logistics, says, “it takes a special person” to keep coming back each year. Most of the Steering Committee has been there seven or eight years. “It’s really inspiring and humbling to be a part of it.”
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  • Hope Floats

    Pride Parade celebrates fight for marriage equality
      Utah has been at the forefront of the marriage equality battle since Judge Shelby became the first federal judge to overturn a state gay marriage ban after the Defense of Marriage Act struck down in 2013. And now, as we await good news from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals on the case, there will naturally be a float to celebrate these historic advancements of LGBTQ rights at this year’s Utah Pride Festival parade!
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  • Stephen Tryon: Fixing America's Broken Politics

    Former Overstock.com VP is now author and congressional candidate
      Stephen Tryon, former vice president of Utah-based retailer Overstock.com and author of the book Accountability Leadership, is running as an unaffiliated candidate for Congress this year. Drawing upon his experience being a soldier in the U.S. Army for 21 years and observations of a broken political system, Tryon is calling citizens to action
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  • The Steel Wheels

    The Steel Wheels nod to Mennonite traditions while blazing new musical trails
      The Steel Wheels are more than a string band; they’re a revival. The Americana quartet—from the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia—draw upon their shared Mennonite heritage to share old-time music sounds and a strong collective spirit.
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  • Erin West of KindredHouse

    Providing much-needed medical supplies to Cambodia and hands-on volunteer opportunities
      Erin West, a Utahn with a background in community-health education and wellness coaching, is on a mission to change lives in Cambodia. She is the founder of KindredHouse, a community-level aid organization bringing health care
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