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Local Farmers Market Takes COVID-19 Protocols Head On

Sierra Marty | August 21, 2020

One of my favorite longtime traditions is visiting the annual Downtown Farmers Market every weekend throughout the summer months. I start off the morning by picking up some pastries or a breakfast burrito with some iced coffee, then fill up my basket with various farm-grown fruits, veggies and assorted flowers. I end with an apple cider-flavored slurpee as I walk back to the TRAX station to get home....

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Ruth’s Diner: Her Dogs Are Gone, but the Legacy Remains

Nate Caines, Staff Writer | November 6, 2019

Ruth’s Diner is a legendary Salt Lake restaurant and my favorite poorly-kept secret in Emigration canyon. Ruth’s has been around for close to a century now and has collected a list of awards that speak for itself. The larger than life character of Ruth herself has passed on over twenty years ago, but her legacy survives up in the hills. Ruth Evans is well-known in local history as the cabaret...

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Chacos vs. Tevas

Tevas vs. Chacos; Which Do You Prefer?

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