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Herman Bruschke’s Beech

In the Jewish section of the City Cemetery at Fourth Avenue and R Street stands the largest European beech tree in Utah. From the street it may not appear extraordinary, yet it is at least 60 feet tall and is so wide that two adults cannot wrap their arms around its massive trunk. The leaves, […]

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Drake Family Farms

Driving along unloved Redwood Road, which is so gravelly and full of semi-trucks that a Redwood tree would be mortified to live there, one fantasizes for a moment that its colorful name meant that it enjoyed a vital past as a bustling lumber yard in post-pioneer days, or as a stretch of tree nurseries in […]

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Print Magazine – Leia Bell

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Print Magazine — The Basement Tapes — Salt Lake City’s Zine Collection


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Architecture Utah — Neil Astle


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