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Local businesses and campus organizations set up thieir booths for the University of Utah Farmers Market on the university campus in Salt Lake City on Thursday, Aug. 31, 2023 (Photo by Sarah Karr | The Daily Utah Chronicle).

The University of Utah Farmers Market Returns For Fall Semester

By Josi Hinds, News Editor September 1, 2023

  Surrounded by students in sunglasses with backpacks in hand, vendors convened in the Tanner Plaza on Thursday to participate in the University of Utah Farmers Market. The market, hosted by the...

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Breaking Through Whitewashed Beauty Standards

By Zach Anderson, Arts Writer August 30, 2023

  On July 8, 2023, Utah State Fashion Week ended with Runway Top Model, an event held at the Utah State Capitol. Models of all ages gathered to strut down the runway and show off designers' newest...

Sophie Allison, lead singer of indie rock band Soccer Mommy (Courtesy of Soccer Mommy)

Twilight Concert Series Show Five: Soccer Mommy

By Edie Raines, Copy Editor August 22, 2023

  This summer, the 36th Twilight Concert Series is bringing six consecutive weeks of indie and alternative musicians to the Gallivan Center in Downtown Salt Lake City. Sponsored by the Salt Lake...

Julia Stiles in 10 Things I Hate About You (Courtesy of Touchstone Pictures)

How To Have a Julia Stiles Summer

By Edie Raines, Copy Editor August 16, 2023

  As I sit in a local coffee shop, where I managed to arrive through a walk in a park wearing a full-length skirt, hair pulled back in a loose claw clip. Slowly sipping a latte while reading “The...

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A Love Letter to Coffee Garden

By Edie Raines, Copy Editor August 3, 2023

  It’s fair to say it was the charming atmosphere and alluring smell of Salt Lake’s very own Coffee Garden that finally convinced my mother to leave a certain … restricting religion. It became...

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Why You Should Care About the SAG-AFTRA Strike

By Graham Jones, Assistant Arts Editor August 1, 2023

  On May 2, 2023, the Writers Guild of America went on strike. The WGA is a labor union that was formed on April 6, 1933 (originally the Screenwriter’s Guild) to protect and represent writers...

Bryce Canyon National Park on June 24, 2023. (Photo by Haley Freeman | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Life, Nature and the Movies

By Haley Freeman, Arts Writer July 18, 2023

  This past April I was slated to write a review for “Stewart Udall: The Politics of Beauty,” a documentary by John de Graaf. I found my seat in the University of Utah's College of Law theater...

A person standing by a food truck at the Food Truck Face Off at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City on Saturday, July 8, 2023. (Photo by Xiangyao Axe Tang | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Food Truck Face Off: Community at our Parks

By Ethan Blume, Arts Writer July 14, 2023

  Since turning 21, rarely a week goes by that I don’t receive a text from a buddy saying something like “Hey man, Fisher has a great food truck tonight, do you wanna go check it out?” Such...

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Support Your Local SLC Bookstores

By Ethan Blume, Arts Writer July 9, 2023

  I’ve always had an appreciation for books, but my love for bookstores, especially independent ones, came later. I’m lucky to live close enough to one of my favorites, Central Book Exchange,...

Tom Holland at The Crowded Room premiere (Courtesy of LA Times)

Actors Can Take Breaks, We Should Too

By Josi Hinds, News Editor July 8, 2023

  Tom Holland recently announced he’s taking a year-long break from acting following a difficult experience playing his role in “The Crowded Room.” Holland’s role in the Apple TV+ Series...