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Q&A with Mark Cheney

For a quarter century, Mark Cheney has tended Lagoon's iconic wooden roller coaster.

Q & A with Mindy Vincent

Founder and executive director of the Utah Harm Reduction Coalition.

Q & A with Michael McHenry

Michael McHenry is the president of the company that, since 2014, has shaken up the sandwich business model for good.
A perennial favorite.

Q & A with Sunny Bringhurst

An actor, director and choreographer all rolled into one.
Sunny Bringhurst has been intertwined with The Off Broadway Theatre for about eight years and involved in musical theater for years before that.

Good Company Theatre

Sisters Camille and Alicia Washington are co-directors of Ogden-based Good Company Theatre.

Q & A with Jordan Hinckley

A chat with the United Clan Swordsman Association instructor.
Don't fret over the straight-outta-Westeros clashing of steel swords this Saturday at Liberty Park.

'Hearts, Not Parts'

Orem entrepreneur's Genderbands raise money for female-to-male top surgery grant.
The year 2016 was monumental for Ian Giles, a "parent, geek, entrepreneur and non-binary transman" from Orem.

'Nobody Owns You'

Rachel Jensen on educating and empowering survivors of intimate partner sexual violence through The Walk of No Shame.
"We want to educate people as to what these different forms of sexual violence and sexual health are, but we want to empower people as well."

Q & A with Kathy Liu

The Utah teen is one of 20 nationwide named a Davidson Fellow.
Her last name might be short, but Kathy Liu's award-winning science project is a mouthful.

Philip Kimble

Decisions ... decisions ... decisions.

Q&A With Rico Plautz

Local philanthropist and musician tells his story.
Rico Plautz went from Army brat, to computer programmer, to mobile data developer, to extraordinary philanthropist, playing in rock bands all along the way.

Q&A with Donna Marie Gunn

A chat with the Best Buddies of Utah ambassador.
Best Buddies Utah pairs special-needs individuals with high school and college students.

Q&A With Brew Lira

Meet Brewja, a tough cookie who wears many hats—including that of a witch.
Brew "Brewja" Lira is relaxing in her West Jordan yard.

Barks and Brews

Humane Society of Utah's Jamie Usry says local beer and dog adoptions make the perfect pair.
Craft brews and fur babies—it's a match made in heaven. Or actually, a match made at the Utah Beer Festival in 2014, thanks to the Humane Society of Utah.

Ask the Beer Expert

Beerhive Pub owner Del Vance is a walking beer encyclopedia.
Want to talk beer? Ask Del Vance.

Work of Art

Local artist Flossie Kehr reflects on life in Utah.
Her secret to keeping a smile on her face? She never talks about religion or politics.

Q&A with Stephen Clancy

With the world's first all-diabetic professional cycling squad, Clancy gears up for the 13th annual Tour of Utah.
Stephen Clancy, 25, is among the 120-plus riders competing in the 13th annual Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah bicycle race July 31-Aug. 6 in northern Utah.


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