QSaltLake, a biweekly newspaper geared toward gays and lesbians, has relocated its offices in an effort to expand its operations and reach out to a broader readership.
The paper now will be headquartered in Sugar House at 1050 E. 2100 South, Suite 205.
"With this move, we are shifting into an even higher gear with QSaltLake," said Michael Aaron, the paper's editor and publisher.
The move to Sugar House also took into account proximity to advertisers who support QSaltLake and renovations in the area, Aaron said.
The move is one of several changes the 4-year-old newspaper has undergone recently. It has added four new columnists and soon will add two interns to its staff. The paper also has shifted from a semimonthly to a biweekly format, now printing 26 issues per year rather than 24.
QSaltLake can be found online at www.qsaltlake.com.
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