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Amy Tibbals amy@cityhomeCOLLECTIVE.com Amy Tibbals is very personally connected to the COLLECTIVE. Her contribution runs left of the mainline; our singular weakness happens to find balance in her strength. An English degree lends a scrap of credibility, but her talent lies in marking up a paper until it bleeds with red. Such tendencies have led her to a position as our comprehensive copy editor. In spare times, she lobbies heavily against the use of such terms as ‘irregardless’ and ‘ginormous’. For a day's pay, she reworks and dolls-up every word we send into the world. In effect, she does for our content what we do for your space.
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You’re damn straight, it’s time again. Mr. Jesse Walker’s 4th annual Bunny Hop be comin’ around, and we will have a strong COLLECTIVE attendance. Having danced and drank our asses into oblivion at the last two hops, we’re more than happy to do the

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Honey of a [Work] Space

Within a few moments of receiving an email from Sarah Winward, we knew we wanted to work with her somehow. She’s the proprietor of Honey of a Thousand Flowers, which means she whips up phenomenal and wild-looking arrangements, mostly for weddings and large-scale events.

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Dottie’s Biscuit Barn | Yum

Food carts are all the rage these days, so those looking to make a scene had better be practitioners of some bang-up and stand-out design or some absolutely unparalleled eats. Lucky Salt Lakers, Dottie’s Biscuit Barn is packing heat in both categories. That isn’t

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Find Your Space | Vol. One

MEET DAVID. HE FOUND US, WE FOUND HIS SPACE. When we launched our most recent ad campaign, we knew one thing with a surety: we wanted to highlight why we do what we do. That is to say, we wanted most fervently to spotlight

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CHC HQ | Anniversary Article

It’s officially been one full year* since we picked up, packed up, and re-filed our COLLECTIVE belongings in a new space. We’re unquestionably in love with our South Temple digs, and a move like that is worth celebratin’ [we sing it on the daily

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Coffee Talk | CB + CHC

We were fans of Charming Beard Coffee [and the fellas that brew it] long before they offered to release a cityhomeCOLLECTIVE-branded bag of holy-shit-that’s-good coffee. Now it’s more of a praise-and-worship situation. Charming Beard’s release last week of four premium lines of the good

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Give Us a Hand…

No need for applause. We’re being literal. You need work. We need help. The COLLECTIVE is a beautiful, rapidly growing beast these days, kids. Srsly. Oh, don’t get us wrong: we love this shit, every bit of it. There’s loads to do and heaps

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Clean Air Initiatives

Clean air is a problem that everyone can address. Now there’s a little more help for small businesses to make a difference in Utah’s air quality.

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Raw Miso Soup

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SL Mag | Dining Awards

A brief reminder: our city is positively bursting at the seems with good food and drink. Salt Lake Magazine didn’t forget, so they hosted another year of bang-up dining awards. The annual celebration of all things damn delicious in this town — emceed by

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4th Annual Mayor’s Symposium

Mountain Urbanism, Mountain Modernism Hear ye, hear ye: the 4th Annual Mayor’s Symposium is [nearly] in session. Presented by the SLC Mayor’s Office and the University of Utah College of Architecture + Planning, the theme of this year’s forum is “Mountain Urbanism, Mountain Modernism”

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