Like its winter counterpart, Christmas, Valentine’s Day has traveled a long strange trip to its current iteration as a consumer free-for-all.
Archives for January 2011
“Valentines Day was a holiday invented by greeting card companies to make every one feel like crap.”
February issue of Utah Stories is now everywhere in downtown Salt Lake City and Sugar House
Comb Ridge Coffee is the only place I’ve ever eaten where the main item on the menu is “blue corn pancakes” and “one organic, free-range chicken egg.” I try to sit like a fly on the wall and get a sense for one of the most peculiar coffee shops in Utah.
When the King’s English bookshop opened in 1977, the 15th and 15th area was a strip of half-empty storefronts and dying businesses surrounded by residential homes.
Salt Lake Drug once dominated the eastern side of the block, and entering it felt like taking a trip back to 1954 for some caster oil and sock-garters. The Western side was dotted with small businesses like a laundromat and a dry cleaner, where local women would have their furs cleaned and stored.
When brothers Ali and Mohamad visited a popular Salt Lake City Hookah Lounge they found the perfect model for a business to start.
Dog grooming that supports the local economy and the planet. by James Gunter Don Steward of The Dog Show grooming shop is a tall, energetic man with an enthusiasm for dogs that may be unsurpassed in Salt Lake County. After being raised on a New Zealand sheep farm as a child, Don immigrated to the […]