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Q&A with E. Cooper Jr.

Get to know your new Miss City Weekly.
It wasn't E. Cooper Jr's first rodeo when he took the Miss City Weekly stage late last month at Metro Music Hall.

Q&A with The Local King of Pub Quizzes, Josh Stasinos

What's the capital of Kentucky? Louisville, you say.

Q&A with Salt Lake County Sheriff Rosie Rivera

Like World War II's iconic "Rosie the Riveter," newly minted Salt Lake County Sheriff Rosie Rivera, 55, is a plucky woman in a traditionally man's job.

Q&A with Sebastián Uprimny

Local aims for gold at Pyeongchang.
A world away from the Wasatch Front, 9th & 9th resident Sebastián Uprimny is the first ever to represent his home country of Colombia in the Winter Olympic Games in the men's 15 km free cross-country skiing event on Friday.

Q&A with Jason Harvey

Want to know what it's all about?
Utah native Jason Harvey (right) is the mind behind Free Kittens—a free, regular stand-up comedy show that has been packing in crowds as of late.

Q&A with Zach Harvey

ISI chapter.
Growing up, Virginia native Zach Harvey always appreciated art.

Q&A with DJ Schanz

A chat with the Utah Patients Coalition's Campaign Director
When it comes to health care, DJ Schanz believes in the right to choose.

Q&A with DJ Coma

Not your average DJ
Spencer Wright aka "DJ Coma" has shared the stage with underground legends such as Tech N9ne and Kottonmouth Kings.

Q&A with Josh Hansen

Inside a veteran organization that focuses on mental healing through recreation.
Josh Hansen's life was full of purpose as a business owner and sergeant in the Army Reserves.

Q&A with Filmmaker Diana Whitten

Meet the head of the local Film Fatales chapter.
When a cadre of accusers emerged to decry Harvey Weinstein's sordid romps on the casting couch, "It felt like watching a lioness awake and stretch," filmmaker Diana Whitten says.

Q&A with Kiera Packer

How one organization is trying to squash pit bull misconceptions.
Kiera Packer has always loved dogs, but it was a 2-month-old American Staffordshire bull terrier named Lucky that changed her life forever.

Q&A with Laurie Sakaeda

Get hip to equine therapy.
For some armed service members, the transition back into civilian life can be difficult.

Q&A with Mark Cheney

For a quarter century, Mark Cheney has tended Lagoon's iconic wooden roller coaster.
What goes up, must go down ...

Q&A with Mindy Vincent

How one former heroin addict is enacting positive change.
Before Mindy Vincent became the founder and executive director of the Utah Harm Reduction Coalition (UHRC), she was in the throes of heroin addiction.

Q&A with Michael McHenry

A conversation on the art of sandwich-making and giving.
"We're not slowing down. Just a few months ago, we realized we've got a global brand."


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