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  • Manhood
  • Manhood

      It is not uncommon for a man to give a name to his penis. In fact, I've read that 7 out of 10 men do so.
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  • Megatrends
  • Megatrends

      Once identified and analyzed, megatrends could be predictive. The speaker explained how his company relied on newspapers to map the future.
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  • Ode to Joy
  • Ode to Joy

      That line popped up in a Pandora advertisement, bold as a flourish of herald trumpets in the midst of another winter of discontent at the hands of the Utah Legislature.
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  • Words of the Year
  • Words of the Year

      The English lexicon comprises about 170,000 words. Neologisms—newly minted words—are added at the rate of 900 a year. Some of them gain traction; many don't.
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  • Ignoble Notables
  • Ignoble Notables

    Three Utah scientists honored with this year's other peace prize.
      The interlude between harvest and Hanukkah leaves me cold. How is it possible to appreciate a season that valorizes shopping, eating and electioneering?
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  • Flat Life
  • Flat Life

    Flat characters, flattening the curve and falling flat on their faces
      She is a stereotypical character whose purpose it is to keep the gears of the plot turning with her villainy.
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  • Truth Decay
  • Truth Decay

      What could fuel a livelier conversation—religion and politics notwithstanding?
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  • Making Meals Out of Misfortune Part 1
  • Making Meals Out of Misfortune Part 1

    After a summer of pandemic and protests, local chefs have to get creative to keep the lights on
      Dining rooms and bars were closed to in-room service, which meant that eateries could only serve takeout or meals for delivery, while Utah bars essentially became "dry" under state directives.
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  • Tales for  Road Warriors
  • Tales for Road Warriors

    Those who staked out Utah's wilderness, both in life and the printed word
      We get it. This "hunkering down" idea has you second-guessing all your summer plans.
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  • On Patriotic Correctness
  • On Patriotic Correctness

    Armed Forces Day is a good time to take stock of your own patriotic correctness.
      My driver license has VETERAN printed on it. It occasionally earns me a "Thanks for your service" from a well-intentioned clerk.
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