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Archives for March 2011

Polygamist Prison

by Heidi Grieser Between 1300 East, 1700 East, 2100 South, and 2400 South, Brigham Young selected 80 acres to be the site of the Utah Territorial Prison in 1853. At the time, the facility was 6 miles from the center of the city, but when the prison was moved to Point of the Mountain in […]

April Issue of Utah Stories. Find it all over Salt Lake or Buy it now!

The April issue of Utah Stories will be distributed today! (March 31,2011). By Friday morning it will be available all over downtown Salt Lake City and Sugar House. This issue includes articles of some of the most unique and inspiring Utah artists. Including sculptor Kreg Harrison, illustrator Travis Bone and street artist/graffiti artist Guts. Also […]

Epic Brewery

The Rising Stars in Utah Scene Have a Crafty Plan.

Uinta Brewery

Utah’s Biggest Brewery, and maker of Cutthroat, is entering the small batch craft market.

Wasatch Brewery Co.

Meet the man who made the brew pub possible in Utah- Fighting for freedom, liberty and beer: Greg Schirf.


Three brew pubs, a continuous winning streak for great beers, not to mention very happy brewers.

How Beer Saved Utah

How Utah’s Microbreweries make Utah a better place to live: how their products are making a healthier population, and how thanks to beer downtown Salt Lake City was saved from organized crime.

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