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Slow Food Utah Wants You…

…if you have an interesting food-related project in need of some seed dollars.—by Adele Flail   Since June, CATALYST has been profiling the small-scale local food producers …

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Slow is Beautiful: Appenzell Farm

You could say Appenzell Farm started in 2008, when Jesse Corbridge and his mother Barbara read Michael Pollan’s The Omnivore’s Dilemma and decided to dedicate their 10 acres to the …

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Clifford Family Farm

For Julie and Rich Clifford of Clifford Family Farm, getting back to agrarian roots was a matter of necessity. Both grew up in Utah with links to the rural way of life—Julie’s …

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By the Grace of Gardening

When you first step through the gate, the rectangle of dead weeds and road base looks like any other leftover space in the city, a place where the tabs and slots of city planning n …

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RAW Art Events: On the Map with Neighborhood House

Neighborhood House, located on Salt Lake’s west side at 1050 West 500 South, was founded in 1894 by former teacher Emma K. McVicker. McVicker hoped to provide children from lower-i …

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Gallery Roll: September 2012

Welcome to Gallery Roll—CATALYST’s bike-focused guide to Gallery Stroll, helping you spare your feet—and avoid the nightmare of downtown parking—while getting your art fix. Pump up …

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RAW Art Review: Craft Lake City Workshop, Embroidery with the Cotton Floozy

Last night CATALYST checked out the first of Craft Lake City’s Artist Workshop series. The ‘shop, held at the Garage on Beck St., featured plenty of embroidery floss, booze, and fl …

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September 2012 Arts Calendar

Welcome back for another month of art: we’ve got classes, crafting, exciting new exhibits, and even a book club… all for the delectation of your muse. Mexico Then & Now  …

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Slow is Beautiful: New Roots

Refugees nurished by the food they grow—and the opportunities it represents. Fourth in a series.by Adele Flail   Sunny Saturdays at the Redwood Recreation Center in West Valle …

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Gallery Roll: August 2012

Welcome to Gallery Roll—CATALYST’s bike-focused guide to Gallery Stroll, helping you spare your feet—and avoid the nightmare of downtown parking—while getting your art fix. Pump up …

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Artist Spotlight: Judith Romney Wolbach

Artist Judith Romney Wolbach is a relative late-bloomer when it comes to the scene, embracing art-making only after retiring from her legal practice at age 65. But in Wolbach’s cas …

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Slow is Beautiful: When the Universe Wants Sweetness

Meet Amour Spreads—the jam and jelly enterprise of the Francis family. —by Adele Flail The story of Amour Spreads, a recent recipient of Slow Food Utah’s micro-grant program, is on …

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Gallery Roll: July 2012

Welcome to Gallery Roll—CATALYST’s bike-focused guide to Gallery Stroll, bringing you a route that spares your feet as you travel cross-town from highlight to highlight while avoid …

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Artist Spotlight: Margaret Tarampi

Margaret Tarampi’s work has aggressive, boundary-transgressing roots, infiltrating the rich soil of multiple disciplines and unfurling into something that owes a much to engineerin …

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July Arts Round-Up

Aaaaaannnnnddd… We’re back! RAW Art is resuming its regularly scheduled, well, schedule for July. First off, we’ve got highlights for the month: with the eclectic-to-bizarre comb …

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