Articles

Elegy For an Open Space

A nature is about to give way to warehouses, a poet pays homage to the antelope, raptors and shorebirds whose habitat, the northwest quadrant of Salt Lake City, is scheduled for de …

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Community, Environmental Politics, Outdoor

In Ecstasy We Have Come

A poet-teacher and his students visit the Bears Ears. This April, I joined a group of my students from Salt Lake City’s Rowland Hall Upper School on a camping trip to the proposed …

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A Brief History of Salt Lake Ultimate Frisbee

by Joel Long An Ultimate old-timer recounts tales of yore. In 1975, when Gerald Ford (the President of gratuitous layouts) was stumbling around the White House and Nixon was slithe …

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