January 17, 2010

Once, I made a friend by telling a lie.  My young friend Hugo was getting into small trouble and making the adults who love him worry about big trouble.  Hugo liked tagging, the urban rebel’s art form. I wanted him to see art in a broader way, a way less likely to get...

September 30, 2007

We’re smack in the middle of Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 - Oct. 15).  I've written previously about my admiration for the great César Chávez and local artist Ruby Chacón, also mentioning Salt Lake's legendary activist Archie Archuleta and the late, irreplaceable...

March 25, 2007

Cihuacoatl, Mayan Earth Goddess, stands guard over a tableau of Latino musicians, peddlers, farm workers and children.  Brown-skinned laborers pick vegetables while acres of green farmland stretch to purple mountains beyond.  A woman unfurls a scroll entitled 'The Gold...

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All of Barb Guy's columns appear here. There are 159 of them, beginning in 2003 and ending in 2013. The newest one is on top and you can work your way backwards if you like.

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