Cruising into 

In her feature piece on classic cars, Linnea Lundgren writes this to describe one local’s truth: 
“Life has always appeared to pivot around automobiles in significant ways.”

The Wentworth at Draper Hard Hat Tour

The Wentworth at Draper Assisted Living hosted a Hard Hat event in April. Several people from the industry came out to enjoy tacos and gift basket donations from Lighten Home Health and Hospice, Tender Care Home Health and Hospice, 
Active Home Health and Excel Rehab Therapy.

DVAF Graduating Seniors Art Competition

Judged by a panel of artists, winners were named for the Graduating Seniors Art Competition, sponsored by the Draper Visual Arts Foundation, at an art show on April 28. Grand Prize went to Alexus Brazil from Hillcrest for "Afternoon Change Up." All winning artists were awarded cash scholarships.

Precision Dance Center Daddy Daughter Dance

Girls and their dads dressed up for "A Night Under the Stars" on April 16. With dancing, food and games--including prizes for the duos that won the three legged race and limbo contest. The girls looked beautiful and the dads wowed with impressive moves on the dance floor!

Around Town

Intermountain Alta View Hospital is hosting its fourth annual “Ladies Night Out” on June 3. Women of all ages are welcome to enjoy free massages, tasty food, crafts, giveaways and classes on health and well being. Doctors and other medical experts will be on hand to answer questions about heart health, nutrition, pregnancy, menopause, plastic surgery, sleep problems, joint pain…

Draper’s Car Guys

Like an old friend, Don Bartholomew’s 1964½ Ford Mustang coupe rolls into an auto show on a first-name basis with everyone.

Dan Farr’s Ultimate Geek Party

As Dan Farr winds his way through the massive convention floor at the Salt Palace, many people stop and stare or work up the courage to ask for a picture with him. Other people just say thank you or tell him how awesome it all is. Then there are those people who talk to him and have absolutely no idea…

Smiles Beyond the Rest

When Dr. Michael Cook was in dental school, he purchased a very important website domain name: He’d observed many orthodontic practices turning into investor-owned corporate offices, losing their ability to extend a personal touch. Although Dr. Cook was only partway through his advanced education, he dreamed of someday providing ultra-personalized orthodontic care—he’d treat his patients like family.

The 2017 Porsche 718 Boxster is the Thing of Dreams

From our earliest days of riding third row in a secondhand minivan, we’ve been addicted. Addicted to that otherworldly roar that heralds its presence. Addicted to pressing our faces against the window for a better look. And addicted to how that same window is left shaking in its wake. You see, for us, a Porsche isn’t just a car—it’s an…

Summer Reads

Just My Luck, by Cammie McGovern, is a touching story about fourth grader Benny and how he deals with his life. He believes he has no talent. He can't even ride a bike successfully while his autistic brother rides circles around him. When his dad has a serious accident, Benny blames himself. But there are two people, his mom and…