For a time, anyone who was anyone located their home along its wide, tree-lined length that ran a straight shot east from Temple Square to Fort Douglas. From 1880 to the 1930s, the vast majority of Utah’s wealth resided along Brigham Street in the most lavish and opulent neighborhood the region had ever seen. It was a street ruled by capitalism, a magnificent example of the ebb and flow of economics and the impact of a society always on the move.
Poet Katharine Coles makes crystal clear that the earth is not flat - the title of her new book. She spent a month at a tiny Antarctic science station and has captured the joy of the experience in her new book. A conversation with Katharine Coles next time.