Comings and Goings

Comings & Goings: SLC GREENbikes reopens

By Sophie Silverstone

– By Sophie Silverstone

GREENbikes, downtown’s bikeshare program, has been growing exponentially. It kicked off its fourth season on March 17, its earliest date to open yet. The system has grown to 24 stations and 250 bikes and will expand again in May.

An annual pass costs $75 and includes unlimited one-hour trips for a year. (Use the code “helmet” to ensure you receive a new downtown SLC-branded Bern helmet valued at $75.) A 24-hour pass, $7, gives the user unlimited 30-minute trips.

Talisman Brewing Co.

Husband and wife team Dusty and Joann Williams recently opened Ogden’s newest craft-beer innovator, Talisman Brewing Co

Rye for brunch

While Rye was certainly making a splash in the Salt Lake early-morning-to- late-night dining scene since they opened their doors May 2014, as of late February they are focusing their energy and hours on the meal that perhaps Salt Lake adores the most: brunch

Sport Clips

Entrepreneurs and longtime Utahns Shere and Dylan Brunjes recently opened the doors of a Sport Clips shop in Sugar House

Dented Brick Distillery

Dented Brick Distillery opened its doors for business in South Salt Lake Easter weekend

Citizen Scientists @ Tracy

From the annual Audubon backyard bird count to the microplastics charting research by Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation, citizen science projects, using average citizens to collect and report field data, is becoming an increasingly popular method used in science


This article was originally published on April 5, 2016.