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  • Pioneer Craft House
  • Pioneer Craft House

    Nonprofit fights to stay in South Salt Lake location
      At one point in her life, veteran Anita Cypert had such severe post-traumatic stress disorder that she was what she describes as “fully agoraphobic.”
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  • Wild Women

    Utah gals find a common love of the great outdoors
      A jaunt in the Great Outdoors is the perfect way to de-stress, get your body moving, and reconnect with yourself—things almost every woman could use a little more of in her life.
  • Green Guide 2013: Bird Land
  • Green Guide 2013: Bird Land

    A crossroads for migratory birds, the Great Salt Lake and its wetlands are where birdwatchers’ dreams come true.
      Rosalie Winard’s photographs of birds are dramatic, timeless and a little otherworldly. Her subjects, wetland birds like great egrets and American white pelicans, often take on qualities of mythical creatures or angels.
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  • We Were The 99%
  • We Were The 99%

    Occupy Salt Lake: Where are they now?
      It was a frosty, makes-your-ears-hurt, body-numbing kind of day. But if you’d been walking past West Valley City Hall on Jan. 22, 2013, you’d have seen about 30 demonstrators marching in the cold, holding signs
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  • Healing With Music
  • Healing With Music

    Local therapists use music as treatment
      It’s that feeling you get when you hear your favorite song, or when you’re at a concert with a chest-pounding beat and you just can’t help but dance. The power of music is a mighty thing.
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  • Occupy Utah
  • Occupy Utah

    From salty beaches to alpine forests, Utah has a landscape for every camping yen.
      From the breathtaking mountains of northern Utah to the red-rock canyons of the south, Utah is home to some of the most diverse scenery on the planet. With so many unique places to choose from, the st
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  • Barefoot Running
  • Barefoot Running

    Can minimal footwear save runners from the agony of da feet?
      Lately, the running community has been almost as polarized as the U.S. Congress over one simple yet revolutionary concept: barefoot running. It all started with the 2009 book Born to Run, in which Chr
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  • Black Widow Cafe
  • Black Widow Cafe

    Misses at new Sugar House eatery
      From the beginning of my visit to Black Widow Cafe, I sensed a disconnect between what the establishment imagines itself to be ...
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