Rocking n’ Rolling On and Off the Board: TCOY Coughlin

Rocking n’ Rolling On and Off the Board: TCOY Coughlin
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TCOY Coughlin rips, both on a skateboard and on the drums. When it comes to his skating, we’re talking 50-50 front shuvits on sketchy uprails followed by equally sketchy hill bombs. And the music? Straight rock n’ roll—with a dose of psychedelia. So, if you haven’t heard his band, Max Pain and the Groovies, now’s a good time to toss on a track. … read more

Farm Forward: Meat Doesn’t Have to Be Murder

Farm Forward: Meat Doesn’t Have to Be Murder
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As consumers, it’s nearly impossible for us to make sure that every product that we buy has been produced humanely. In the arena of factory farming, however, organizations like Farm Forward can help consumers make more informed decisions about where they’re getting their food. … read more

No Gas for Green Goods: Try Walking to Urban Greens Market

No Gas for Green Goods: Try Walking to Urban Greens...
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With the support of a USDA grant, SLCgreen has teamed up with The Green Urban Lunch Box, Utahns Against Hunger and Salt Lake Community Action Program’s Real Food Rising to establish Urban Greens Market, five pop-up markets that provide fresh and local produce within walking distance to community members. … read more

Speed Week: Where the World Comes to Go!

Speed Week: Where the World Comes to Go!
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Since 1914, motorheads from around the world have come to prove their mettle and try to break land speed records on the dry lake bed, which is perfect for these high-speed runs. … read more

 
 
Provisions: For Every Food, There is a Season

Provisions: For Every Food, There is a Season
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In contrast to the seemingly endless road construction on 2300 East, the confines of Provisions are warm and inviting and the menu is eclectic yet familiar. … read more

Garlic Planting & Growing

Garlic Planting & Growing

Click on the image for a quick infographic on how to plant and grow your own garlic, based on resources by Marybeth Janerich (Wasatch Community Gardens) and Pete Rasmussen (Sandhill

Cass McCombs: Be Mangy

Cass McCombs: Be Mangy
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Cass McCombs is in another state, speaking about his latest album through an iPhone speaker. His voice is soft and deliberate in a way that calls for reverence, though he’s hardly on a pedestal. From passionate cynicism to selfless wisdom about music and people and life, he delivers an encouraging, informal sermon. … read more

Doughnut Worry: The Big O’s Serving Up Vegan Treats

Doughnut Worry: The Big O’s Serving Up Vegan Treats
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Three months ago, a brand-new, family-run hotspot popped up on Broadway called The Big O Doughnuts. If you haven’t already heard, they’re deep-frying a creative spin on a classic favorite. In a short amount of time, this completely plant-based, locally sourced shop is making a big name for itself among vegans and non-vegans alike for its uniquely delicious vegan doughnuts, and owner Jess Curzon is eager to see where this shop takes her. … read more

SLUG Skate Photo Feature: Mikey Martinez

SLUG Skate Photo Feature: Mikey Martinez
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Mikey Martinez had made up his mind about skating this 15-stair rail before he ever sent me an email asking if I’d like to shoot it. … read more

Mike Brown: Pokémon GO, Bro!

Mike Brown: Pokémon GO, Bro!
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There are four things in my life that I refuse to start doing because I’m afraid that I might not ever stop doing them if I start, and I already have enough bad eating habits. But after I downloaded Pokémon GO to my cellular-tellular, it soon became obvious that there should have been five things on my personal list of forbidden fruit. … read more