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  • Shred on Arrival

    How one group is shifting the male-dominated world of skateboarding.
      "I believe the women's skateboarding scene right now is thriving,"
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  • The Cannabis Issue

    Examining the hurdles Utah has to jump through to clear the way for medical cannabis.
      Doc started smoking marijuana when he was 13 years old, around when a physician diagnosed him with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
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  • Best Summer Concerts

    This Van's A-rockin'
      ... and so will you by the time you're done reading our special Summer Festival preview.
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  • Summer Guide 2018

    Make It Pop
      Our ode to the North Shore Monster and things fun in the sun in SLC.
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  • City Guide 2018

    City Weekly’s 16th annual celebration of all things SLC
      City Weekly’s City Guide, our annual compendium of all things cool in the Beehive, first made its splash in 2002 as interest around the ins and outs of SLC was fervent due to the Winter Games.
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  • Let’s Get Fiscal

    Utah makes the Top 5 most fiscally healthy states list, baby.
      Our beloved state ranked 3rd when it came to having enough cash to pay short-term debts and 4th in the area of having enough revenue to cover yearly expenses.
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  • Skate Shop Showdown

    Q&A with Half and Half Skate Shop owner Milhouse Williamson.
      Salt Lake City's Half and Half Skate Shop—where, as owner Milhouse Williamson puts it, they like "using fun, vibrant and dumb art, but the skating is serious and the homies kill it"—recently competed in the third installation of TransWorld Skateboarding magazine's Shop Showdown.
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  • In Bloom

    Iosepa comes alive for a weekend to celebrate exodus centennial.
      Over a weekend in late May, an assorted group of lively people met in the desolate locale to celebrate the passing of 100 years since a majority of Iosepa's inhabitants left the town en route to Hawaii.
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  • Gauging HB 348

    Some consider penalty reduction bill a silver bullet for much-needed prison reform.
      The state appeared to indicate with HB 348 that it wanted to improve the criminal justice system for drug offenders. Now in the wake of the bill's passing, pinpointing the effects of the legislation depends on who you ask.
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Best Summer Concerts Best Summer Concerts This Van's A-rockin' June 13, 2018
Summer Guide 2016 Summer Guide 2016 Make Summer Great Some More June 08, 2016
Summer Guide 2018 Summer Guide 2018 Make It Pop May 23, 2018
Meet Kayden Troff, Utah's only chess grand master Meet Kayden Troff, Utah's only chess grand master The 18-year-old shares his passion with us. July 06, 2016
The Drummer That Would The Drummer That Would Sabina Sandoval helped found the Liberty Park drum circle 22 years ago. June 08, 2016

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