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Corigan Kushma corigan@cityhomecollective.com 435.770.8783 Corigan has landed in our circle with a background laden in travel and varied efforts. A former wild-land firefighter/model/archeologist, among other things, she attained a real estate license as a direct result of interest in real estate law. A certified negotiations expert, Corigan wields a good bit of COLLECTIVE clout, but we’re also smitten with her passion for historic preservation, adaptive re-use, and sustainable building practices. A top producing agent, her vast catalog of skills can be reduced to a savvy ability to identify with client needs, be they in residential or commercial capacities. Translation: smooth, seasoned sailing for your transaction.
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Earthwings This counts as one of the more fascinating attractions at the Farmer’s Market this year. It’s Eric McGill and a few feathered friends, slangin’ good-cause vibes and such. Eric founded the non-profit organization Earthwings, which provides traveling educational programs and displays of live


The Market’s Farmers | Part VI

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The Market’s Farmers | Part V

Dead Mule Pottery The SLC Farmer’s Market is still swangin’ each and every Saturday, and might we suggest you work your way to Dead Mule Pottery for some seriously hand-thrown ceramics. Austin Riddle is a Salt Lake local, and if Everett Ruess had worked


The Market’s Farmers | Part IV

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Mideau | Album Release

If you’ve yet to hear the music of Mideau [pronounced Mid-oh], allow us to enlighten. It’s a combination of the talents of two Salt Lake originals — Libbie Linton and Spencer Harrison — and it yields a vintage-esque, Indy-ish, kinda poppy, totally delicious sound.


The Market’s Farmers | Part III

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The Market’s Farmers | Part II

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The Market’s Farmers | Part I

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Stoneground | Summer Splendor

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The Modern Chair | A Challenge

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