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Local's Guide to Salt Lake City

This Winter, we lived in Salt Lake City for 4 months. I was blown away by how much I love Salt Lake and how many cool hidden places we found. 1,134 more words

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Help Koreatown Hang On to Liberty Park

Los Angeles is notoriously behind the curve when it comes to providing public parks for its citizens. In rating 100 US cities on their park systems, The Trust for Public Land put LA at number 74. 449 more words

Development

06.02.17 Liberty Park

Julia and I headed out to lunch. I had to head to work straight after, so I didn’t have enough time to go home, but didn’t want to be at work a half hour early. 16 more words

Photography

05.31.17 Liberty Park & Eton

I started off my day at Liberty Park in Twinsburg with Mya for a nice, short nature walk.

After resting up with a mid-afternoon, little Sophie came by and we headed to Eton for some caffeine before working a concert later in the evening. 11 more words

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Seven Canyons Fountain in Liberty Park to close due to health, safety concerns

SALT LAKE CITY — The Seven Canyons Fountain in Liberty Park will not be opening this summer due to concerns about health and safety.

According to a press release from Salt Lake City, the 24-year-old fountain is in urgent need of updates to meet current Health Department safety standards. 266 more words

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Earth Day 2017: The WTC, Where High Tech Sustains Mother Nature

By Roz Hamlett, Portfolio Editor

As the planet pauses for Earth Day 2017, now’s a good time to consider how one green campus – the leafy and canopied World Trade Center (WTC) site – manages to be a relatively stress-free zone for some trees in a city that can be tough for even the hardiest plants. 514 more words