Comings and Goings, Regulars and Shorts

Comings & Goings: August 2012

By catalyst

What’s new around town.
—by Carol Koleman and Jane Laird

The Emperor’s Tea now available in stores

Last month you read about The Emperor’s Tea and how their wonderful products were available only online. That has changed and they are now selling their premium loose leaf teas and all natural body care products in a specialty grocer called The Store, 2050 E. 6200 So. Holladay and at the Millcreek Com­munity Market, 3474 S 2300 E.

Wasatch Community Gardens (WCG) says good-bye to Claire Uno

Claire Uno is leaving Salt Lake City after more than four years as executive director of WCG. CATALYST thanks her for all the good she had done in our community and wishes her well in her new city, New York.

WCG is now on a search for a new executive director.

Oasis Cafe Curbside Concert Boxes

Whether you’re jamming to the Twilight Concerts, the Summer Concert Series at Red Butte, Gallivan Center Concerts, Music on the Plaza at The Gateway or just planning a romantic picnic for two with your own music, Executive Chef Billy Sotelo is offering a new spin on Oasis’ popular curbside service.

For $12 plus tax, the Curbside Concert Box menu includes a choice of Oasis’ chicken filet sandwich or veggie burger. Each option comes with a mixed green salad (butter lettuce, grapes, Gorgonzola cheese, spiced walnuts and pear vinaigrette), an Izze sparkling soda and a huge chocolate chip or oatmeal cookie to put a sweet end to the meal.

Call 801-322-0404 and boxes will be delivered to your car within 20 minutes (reserved curbside parking at the east/upper entrance of Oasis Café). In keeping with Oasis Café’s mission of environmental responsibility, bags and containers are made from recycled goods and are ecologically friendly.


Westside Blue Boutique has moved

Our favorite sexy dress up store has changed its west side location to ‪1051 S 300 W.

Bon voyage to Cathy Pollock

Cathy Pollock is a teacher of the Alexander Technique who started her first practice in Bend, Oregon in 1994, then moved to Salt Lake in 1996 to teach full-time (and fit in some ski time). Now Cathy is returning to central Oregon.

Cathy will be here until mid-August. If you haven’t yet had an Alexander Technique lesson, or need a “tune-up,” now is the time to experience Cathy’s masterful hands. She will also return to Salt Lake annually to get her fill of Wasatch powder and conduct private lessons.

New to Salt Lake City

After 16 years of practicing chiropractic in Ogden, Corey Sondrup, chiropractic physician, has opened up a second office in Sugar House

For the past 16 years Dr. Sondrup has maintained a busy holistic-oriented chiropractic clinic which targets the body-mind-spirit complex. Dr. Sondrup combines cutting edge chiropractic with many eastern based holistic techniques. Primarily he combines chiropractic, nutrition and energy healing.

Also available at his office is the new combination of acupuncture and homeopathy called Biopunc­ture. By injecting homeopathic remedies in targeted acupuncture points Dr. Corey says he is able to help patients with a variety of chronic pain issues.

There are also formulations for cosmetic purposes. Cosmetic Bio-mesotherapy provides a natural alternative to surgery and botox for toning and rejuvenating the face, neck, breasts and other areas.

Dr. Corey Sondrup is the author of two self-help/personal growth books: Reclaiming Your Power and, new this year, Mastering Life’s Lessons. Dr. Corey teaches energy healing seminars across North America. —Jane Laird

1137 E. 2100 So. (1155 E. / Elizabeth St.) 801-476-1752.

This article was originally published on July 30, 2012.