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Posts from January 2011

  • Savvy Shoppers Go Treasure-Hunting in Salt Lake's Distinctive Neighborhoods

    Salt Lake City (January 2011) -- Name it and you can find it here. That's what shoppers are discovering as they explore Salt Lake's many shopping districts, from the city center to some wonderfully quirky neighborhoods. The City Center is the heart of Salt Lake's shopping experience, offering a combination of familiar stores and eclectic shops,

  • Salt Lake: Updated and Close to Everything

    Salt Lake City (January 2011) -- If you haven't been to Salt Lake in the past few years, you're in for an eye-opening ride--whether it's on the nearby ski slopes, the sleek TRAX light-rail train or the FrontRunner linking cities along the Wasatch Front. Since hosting the Olympic Winter Games of 2002, this city of more than 180,000 has gone from

  • Sundance Film Festival Cafe at Salt Lake's Beehive Tea Room Jan. 21-29

    Salt Lake City (January 2011) -- Visit Salt Lake, formerly the Salt Lake Convention & Visitors Bureau, is again sponsoring the Sundance Film Festival Café in downtown Salt Lake January 21-29. Conveniently located between the two main Salt Lake Sundance screening venues of Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center and Broadway Theatres, the Café is a place

  • 10 Reasons Why Families Love Skiing in Alta, Utah

    By Suzanne Rowan Kelleher WeJustGotBack.com January 4, 2011 Ask a lifelong skier to put together a bucket list of must-ski mountains, and Alta will likely be in the Top 10. Known for its breathtaking scenery, rugged terrain, and deep snow, this classic Utah resort is rated No. 1 for Overall Satisfaction in the latestSKI magazine readers' survey.