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Independent Bookstores Have Been Hit Hard by COVID-19, but There are Ways to Help

SALT LAKE CITY — Independent bookstores, caught between trying to stay afloat amid the COVID-19 pandemic and providing the community with literary material, believe in the importance of reading during uncertain times. “People are stuck in their houses and reading has been and always will be a way to go to another land, another time, another world,” […]

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Utah Businesses Honored For Encouraging Innovation, Fostering High Values And Striking A Balance Between Work And Life

Each year, as part of The Salt Lake Tribune’s Top Workplaces report, Utah companies are recognized for achievement in specific areas such as training employees, encouraging new ideas and promoting a balance between work and life. The annual survey, conducted by Energage, a Philadelphia-based research and consulting firm, resulted in the following special awards: Direction BambooHR […]

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Restaurant Owner Optimistic About Possibility Of Lifting Dine-In Restrictions

(KUTV) — One of the hardest-hit industries during this pandemic might soon be one of the first to reopen. If things keep progressing on their current course, Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen and other restaurants might reopen to dine-in customers in the beginning of May.“I think it’s great,” said Pulp owner Thomas Kreitlow. Dining out is a […]

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