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Volume 32 Number 6 â€˘ June 2013
Small Class Size â€˘ 8â€“12 Students Max in each class â€˘ 7 Month Morning â€“ Jan. / July â€˘ 10 Month Evening â€“ April / Sept.
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FEATURES & OCCASIONALS
REGULARS & SHORTS
EDITORâ€™S NOTEBOOK GRETA DEJONG Utahns march on Monsanto.
â€˘ Financial Aid Available for Those who Qualify
SLIGHTLY OFF CENTER DENNIS HINKAMP Living electric.
ENVIRONEWS AMY BRUNVAND Shared Solutions better than Legacy Highway expansion; EPA sued over Utahâ€™s dirty air; Introducting the Wasatch Summit; Mark your calendar for a camping trip to PR Springs; Tar Sands comments due June 13, Sierra Club grades Utah Legislators.
â€˘ Diverse Core Program â€˘ Practice Alongside Professionals â€˘ Unique Core Classes (Lomi Lomi, Lymph, Prenatal, Reiki, Thai, etc.)
VICTORY FOR MOVE TO AMEND ALICE TOLER New city ordinance allows citizens to measure grassroots support for reining in corporations. HOW A SOCCER BOND TURNED INTO AN ARGUMENT ABOUT DUE PROCESS KATHERINE PIOLI Could the U.S. Supreme Court weigh in on SLâ€™s infamous soccer complex? THE GRANARY DISTRICT SHANE FARVER Finding the balance between progress and provenance in SLCâ€™s Granary District: Could a temporary shipping-container retail project bring life to the Granary? URBAN SOLAR AMY BRUNVAND The feds are proposing utilityscale solar on public lands; but what about rooftops on homes and warehouses on alreadydisturbed sites? FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH SEES THE LIGHT ADELE FLAIL And it is solar-powered! The eco-spirituality of the First Unitarian Church of Salt Lake. IN THE GARDEN: LESSONS LEARNED IN ALLERGY SEASON ALICE TOLER DIY remedies are sometimes the best.
FACTS ABOUT FLUKES DIANE OLSON A fluke by any other name is still gross.
CHAKRA SERIES: CHAKRA FOUR TODD MANGUM, M.D. Feel the power: What you should know about belly fat.
CONFESSIONS OF A SNAKE-A-HOLIC DAVID E. JENSEN Why I love snakes (and so should you).
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ANIMALIA: PUPPY MILLS CAROL KOLEMAN The reality of that doggy in the window. CATALYST CALENDAR
YOGA POSE OF THE MONTH: CHATURANGA DANDASANA CHARLOTTE BELL Help from your hyoid. CATALYST COMMUNITY RESOURCE DIRECTORY A network of businesses and organizations that are making a positive difference. METAPHORS FOR THE MONTH SUZANNE WAGNER Resistance is futile; breathe and relax! ADVERTISER DIRECTORY Find the ad youâ€™re looking for, fast. (We use this page all the time!)
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SHALL WE DANCE? GLOBAL EARTH EXCHANGE AMY BRUNVAND Creating acts of beauty in wounded places.
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