In The Magazine

October 2014

Table of Contents

Features

WEB EXTRAS

See all of the stuff we couldn't fit in print.
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Utah's High Spirits 

By Heather May
Local distilleries are raising the bar in SLC.
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WEB EXTRA: Salt Lake magazine's Farm-to-Glass Cocktail Contest

The Face of New Utah

By Mary Brown Malouf
Your fashion-savvy cover girls sport fall's trendy threads.
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WEB EXTRA: All of the entries in our Face of New Utah selfie contest

WEB EXTRA: A behind-the-scenes look at our photo shoot.

Revenge of the Geeks

By Jaime Winston
Khaaaan! Fanboys and girls making Utah the nerdiest state 
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WEB EXTRA: Starfleet Command’s Seventh Fleet

WEB EXTRA: Doctor Who Community of Utah

All Points Lead to Adventure

By Salt Lake editors
Break out your compass and hit the road in any direction for fall. 
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WEB EXTRA: A trip to Rapid City, featuring more to see, eat and do than in the magazine

Articles

Name in Lights

By Dan Nailen
Tyler Glenn from Neon Trees still has some surprises.
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Fantasy Fix Up

By Jaime Winston
Comic book artist Tyler Kirkham's passion colors his home's design.
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Living Doll

By Jessica Adams
Utah fashion executive and blogger Abby Doll thinks from the ground up when putting together her stylish outfits. 
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Toast Gets Trendy

By Mary Brown Malouf
Before bagels, croissants, muffins and scones, there was toast. 
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WEB EXTRA: Our favorite ways to prep toast

The Family Man

By Jeremy Pugh
Former Ute and aspiring New York Jet plays for more than NFL glory.
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Drawing Fire

By Glen Warchol
Pat Bagley proves the 'toon is mightier than the sword.
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Faces

By Jamie Gadette, Glen Warchol and Jaime Winston

Mike Olsen
Making the wheels go round for people who need it most.
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Joan O'Brien
A former Salt Lake Tribune reporter leads the fight to save the paper.
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Nick James
The People's Coffee founder has a jones for community.
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A&E

By Dan Nailen and Elena Gardner

Imperfect Reality
Conrad Bakker's art questions authenticity and originality.
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Nightmares on Screen
Salty Horror International Film Festival goes above and beyond for October scares.
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Viva Lost Vegas

By Jeremy Pugh
Old Las Vegas gets a rockin' second life.
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Zella Knows Best

By Rosemary Winters
A daughter tutors her conservative lawmaker dad in gay rights.
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Sitting Down to Dinner

By John Shuff
The family that dines together shines together.
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