Tails on the Trail

Tails on the Trail

Taking your dog hiking is more enjoyable with proper training By Nicole McNulty It can feel like you’re stuck between a rock and a hard place. The dog park allows you to let your best friends off their leashes, but for your pet, it can be overstimulating and...
Festival Eats

Festival Eats

A parade of celebratory nibbles, sips and bites to be enjoyed across Utah By Geoff Griffin and Kathleen Curry Utah summers have a smorgasbord of festival possibilities, and at many of these gatherings, adventurers can discover scrumptious foods, drinks and treats....
Dino-Might

Dino-Might

Road-tripping for Utah dinosaurs never disappoints By Geoff Griffin and Kathleen Curry Do you dig dinosaurs? If yes, you must know that the Allosaurus is Utah’s State Fossil. According to the Utah Geologic Survey, the Allosaurus “was the dominant predator of North...
Rock of Ages

Rock of Ages

Plan a Vernal visit for a deep dive into Utah’s ancient past By Geoff Griffin and Kathleen Curry When it comes to finding ancient Utah, Vernal is a spot where you can ask, “How old do we want to go?” You can hike to petroglyphs left by the Fremont people about 1,000...
Return of the Dinosaurs

Return of the Dinosaurs

Visiting the Natural History Museum of Utah sparks fantasies of a dinosaur revival Story and photos By Chris Vanocur Dinosaurs will once again roam the Earth. Yes, you heard right. They likely will be reborn when Antarctica or some other subzero place melts, and these...
Foods of Antiquity

Foods of Antiquity

Being a hunter-gatherer in drought-prone Utah made for an unpredictable menu By Maya Silver If a Fremont family invited you over to dinner, say on the evening of April 1, 1025, what would be on the menu? We can’t say for sure, but we learn more about the diet of the...