Mar(Mar 17)8:00 AMMar(Mar 17)8:00 AMAdopt-A-Native Elder: Food Delivery & Packing for Spring Food RunsFood Delivery & Packing for Spring Food Runs - Volunteers NeededANE Office/WarehouseEvent Type:Benefits, Outreach & Charity,Volunteer Opportunities
01Feb8:00 AM08Mar(Mar 8)8:00 AMClimb a MileMomentum Climbing GymEvent Type:Fundraiser,Health & Wellness,Kids and Family,Outdoors & Recreation
05Feb(Feb 5)6:00 PM04Mar(Mar 4)6:00 PMSpellbound at Urban Arts GalleryUrban Arts GalleryEvent Type:Art,Art & Museum Exhibits
By Sallie Dean Shatz | August 1, 2011
Kennecott plays coy with the EPA, Utah’s Department of Air Quality and Salt Lake City officials as it lays a plan to mine the mineral-rich dustpiles of yesteryear. Driving into Sal …
By Sallie Dean Shatz | May 27, 2011
by Sallie Dean Shatz Rio Tinto’s Bingham Mine is a top polluter in the country, and it’s planning a major expansion. What’s a risk, and what’s the alternative? Terry Marasco, commu …
By Sallie Dean Shatz | April 29, 2011
by Sallie Dean Shatz Rio Tinto stockholders and watchdogs gather in London. April 14th was the Annual Shareholders Meeting of Rio Tinto in London, England. Community activists came …
By Sallie Dean Shatz | June 29, 2009
by Sallie Dean Shatz It was a historic moment on June 24 in Salt Lake City: The role of the Unitarian Church as Ute reservation agents had recently come to light. In addition, Unit …
By Sallie Dean Shatz | December 31, 2008
Taking a stand against Bush’s last stand. by Sallie Dean Shatz On Friday, December 19th, 200 citizens braved a snow storm to gather at the BLM offices at the Gateway in downtown Sa …
By Sallie Dean Shatz | December 3, 2007
The holidays are when we pay particular attention to giving and receiving. But it's what we do every day of the year, energetically: My staff makes this magazine with dollars …
By Sallie Dean Shatz | September 29, 2007
Mayoral laurels: Nobody rests till after the November 6 election. Especially not the guy who surged from fourth place into first in last month's primary. Volunteers catalyze w …
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