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Katherine Heigl talks about the good life in Summit County. The Kimball Art Center gets a new curator to go with its new location. Plus, Ann Bloomquist talks about how EATS is changing the face of school lunch.
A Tuesday farmers market in time for harvest, some tips for enjoying fall-leaf porn, a craftsman who works in fire and iron, Salt Lake mag’s annual cocktail challenge, kids’ back-to-school gear and Utah’s newest sport craze (it doesn’t involve a smartphone).
Logan gets a full-blown theater district. Look down—you’re walking on visual art at the Eccles Theater. Plus, a redrockin’ Moab music festival you cannot miss.
Dateline: Beyond Why bust ghosts when you can hang with them? BY JAIME WINSTON
When tent camping is too rustic and a hotel stay is too comfortable, why not glamp? BY TONY GILL
Dateline: Utah An astronaut talks space diplomacy and reaching the Red Planet. BY LISA ANN THOMSON
Art therapy is more than macaroni and paper plates. BY SUSAN LACKE
S A LT L A K E M A G A Z I N E . C O M SEPT/OCT 2016