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Remington & Weasel: A Play of Politics and Love With Director Robin Wilks-Dunn and Playwright L.L. West

Chris Remington, a slick film professor, prowls the stage. The setting—a private university, in a makeshift theatre classroom. The audience is comprised of restless undergrad stude …

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Garden Like a Boss

Creating beneficial insect habitat: Lacewings, lady bugs and mantis, oh my! —by James Loomis Now, this is not another article about bees, or any other pollinators for that matter. …

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Community Resource Directory

The very best in alternative, healthy, holistic, and artistic businesses around the state! Abode AUTOMOTIVE Schneider Auto Karosserie 801.484.9400, f 801.484.6623, 1180 S. 400 W., …

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Animalia: The Best Dog

Choosing a breed to fit your lifestyle. —by Carol Koleman I’m guilty, I chose a dog because she was beautiful. Guinness, a Gordon setter, came to us as the cutest, sweetest, most g …

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Proud Papa Fred

Fred the gander has taken our two young goslings under his wing. With Ethel on the nest, it seems like he needs some kind of goosey relationship to feel complete. Ever since they w …

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Come meet the Windsor Street flock!

You’ve read about them. You’ve watched them grow up from tiny little bobble-headed peepers into egg-laying, kiddie-pool-swimming, midnight-honking backyard mobsters. You’ve even wa …

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More goslings on the way!

More exciting news on the Windsor Street Farm. Ethel the goose has proven our naysaying wrong and started sitting a clutch of her eggs. For the longest time, we suspected that her …

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Animalia: Puppy Mills

The reality of that doggy in the window.—by Carol Koleman I found my dog, Joe, at a pug rescue. I was committed to adopting a dog and my daughters wanted a pug puppy. At the time, …

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New arrivals!

After months of worry and head-scratching and second- and third-guessing, not to mention a full year of eager anticipation, the day finally arrived last week: a pair of baby goslin …

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Goose vs. Watering Can… FIGHT!

Fred the gander hates intruders in his backyard. He especially hates any stationary interlopers: five-gallon buckets, dog bowls and especially watering cans. In …

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Crowd-Sourced Advice for Newlyweds

CATALYST interns Lacey Kniep and Jayne Ann Boud put out the word that CATALYST was looking for marriage advice from our readers. You responded, and they put together the results! …

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The Little Co-op That Could—With a Little Cooperation

You stroll through the sliding glass doors and fumble for the grocery list at the bottom of your reusable bag. Immediately, you have the sense that something’s different in this st …

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From flock reject to mother-to-be

Eggs are piling up on our shelves. Dozens of chicken eggs and duck eggs. More eggs than we can even sell at times. Goose eggs are piling up in the goose nest, but our goose has so …

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Divesting U

Investments are an important part of the economy. They keep business doors open and communities running smoothly. But what happens if you step back, look at what your investments a …

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Comings & Goings: April 2013

What’s new around town.—by Jayne Ann Boud Kaleidoscope Center for Awareness opens in Holladay Kaleidoscope Center for Awareness recently opened in Holladay as a community space ded …

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