Salt Lake magazine Street Style is a series exploring the diverse looks found in our city. This week, we took a stroll down Broadway (300 South) to take a peek at the style stars of that area.
The Children’s Center is a special place in our community for children to receive mental health care starting at a very young age. Children, along with their families, receive a variety of services at The Children’s Center including: family therapy; autism services; Therapeutic Preschool; and trauma related services. Each year, The Children’s Center hosts a […]
Jewelry maker Stacey Jo Rabiger doesn’t let rheumatic arthritis stop her art. Stacey Jo Rabiger stumbled upon the name for her jewelry business while flipping randomly through the dictionary. The Latin root of the word courage is “cor,” which means heart. Originally, courage, she says, meant “to tell the story of who you are with […]
The Utah Legislature’s mortification at the idea sexy talk is so extreme the House education committee this week fell on the grenade, so to speak, to protect the full House from discussing the facts of life. House Bill 215 that would have allowed an extremely tame version of reproductive health instruction in public schools was cock blocked before it could even […]
Four experts on how to keep this year’s resolutions.
With all the gloom and doom in the news lately, here’s something to lift your spirits. Utah Woolen Mills—Salt Lake City’s fashion staple for over 100 years—announces their “Suited for Good” project. This year, the UWM team (with the help of United Way of Salt Lake and the LDS Church Self Reliance Program) plans to outfit […]
Idealism runs wild at the anarchist Free Skool. A small but earnest cadre of Salt Lake City anarchists call the Boing House home. Near 600 South and 500 East, the door is usually open—anarchists are a friendly come-and-go sort. In spite of what you might have heard, they don’t live in chaos: Scratched into the front […]
what we think we know It’s better for kids to learn about sex from their parents than at school. the truth We’re not talking to our kids about sex at home. 30-SECOND SEX ED: Parents don’t need an advanced degree to teach their kids about sex. Simply having the conversation is enough. Use pop culture […]
No place is more obsessed with sex than Utah. And no place is less knowledgeable. Three nervous students sat in the back of my classroom, whispering among themselves—“You ask her! No, YOU ask her!” Finally, one cleared her throat and raised her hand: “Hey,” she stammered, red-faced with embarrassment, “how many holes are there down […]
No place is more obsessed with sex than Utah. And no place is less knowledgeable. by Susan Lacke Photography by Adam Finkle No one in the Utah Legislature seems to know. Despite passing a resolution in 2016 declaring pornography as “evil, degrading, addictive and harmful,” not one lawmaker responded to requests to define what, exactly, constitutes […]