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City Guide 2009

A Source for Life in Salt Lake City


thenGet Oriented
A Mayor’s Greeting by
Ralph Becker
Lonely Kingdom
by Patrick Thronson
The GayBCs of Utah by Terry Mitchell Nani
Where We Live by Members of the SLC Council
West-Side Gems by Princess Kennedy

Get Active
Bygone Byways by Geoff Griffin
Powder Kegs by Joseph Bateman
Salt Lake After Dark by Jamie Gadette, Bill Frost Brandon Burt & Eric Peterson

Food & Drink
Seventh Heaven by Ted Scheffler
Ted's Dining Guide Favorites
by Ted Scheffler

Visual & Performing Arts
Twenty Five Bright Spots by Adam Price
Curtain Up by Katherine Wroble
Company Town by Emily LaRoche
Swept Away by Stephen Dark
License to Chill by Jean C. Howard & Michael Dimitri