In The Magazine

December 2012

Table of Contents


Gifts for All

By Salt Lake editors
We scoured the Wasatch Front and Back, searching big stores and tiny boutiques, for the perfect local gifts for everyone you know. Find more gifts here than you will in the print edition.
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Pure Genius

By Renee Huang
Utah's most talented kids share their passions, from high-flying freestyle skiing to crooning away in Nashville.
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Back to Class

By Marcie Young Cancio 
Ballet West principal dancers Christiana Bennett and Christopher Ruud go glam at Park City's luxurious Washington School House Hotel.
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Across the Great Divide

By Glen Worchol
Outdoor retailers tell Gov. Gary Herbert to get his act together when it comes to Utah's wilderness-or they'll take their trade show on the road.
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America's New Feast

By Mary Brown Malouf
America's Thanksgiving meal isn't what it used to be. Plus: Sweet dreams and good advice from Utah's top dessert chefs.
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Utah's Concentration Camp

By Glen Warchol
With a museum under construction, Utah's Japanese look back at being imprisioned at Topaz, the World War II internment camp near Delta.
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Snow Walking

By Ray Grass
There's no better way to explore the Wasatch's backcountry this winter than strapping on some snowshoes.
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Opening Shot

By Marcie Young Cancio
KSL last fall banned a sitcom about a gay couple starting a faimly.  In this digital era, does it matter?
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Sports Shot

By Jaime Winston
Olympic skater Derek Parra wants you on the short track.
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By Dale Thompson
Head south for winter.  We have three great picks.
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By Salt Lake editors
SHEROES United's founder Celeste Gleave, and other prominent locals you ought to know.
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My Turn

By John Shuff
Olympic runner Oscar Pistorius is an inspiration for never giving up.
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