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  • Powder Up in Utah

    By Elisabeth Vincentelli, New York Post For many skiing New Yorkers, an expedition to the slopes involves a major decision: north or west? Most of those who pass on the long drive to Vermont end up flying to Colorado. But here’s the thing: If you’re going to get on a plane, you might as well head to Utah. The resorts around Salt Lake City

  • Hotel Elevate to expand with The Historic Hotel Bar and The Barrel Room

    From UtahBusiness.com The Hotel & Club Elevate, known for its popularity in the nightclub scene, as well as holiday parties, has announced the launch of two new bars: The Historic Hotel Bar, and The Barrel Room. When asked about the reasons for the changes Bryan Borreson, the owner and operator for the last three years, pointed to the

  • Utah’s Outdoor Recreation Vision Unveiled

    From UtahBusiness.com At the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market trade show Gov. Gary R. Herbert unveiled Utah’s Outdoor Recreation Vision. The document emphasizes the value of outdoor recreation to the economy and quality of life in Utah and outlines guiding principles and a series of significant policy recommendations to enhance outdoor recreation

  • New Business Openings in Downtown Salt Lake City

    Updated January 2013 OPENING SOON: -By the Glass - A winebar and small plate restaurant by the owners of Café Molise is scheduled to open in the former Speakeasy location at 63 West 100 South as soon as they have a liquor license. In the meantime it will serve as overflow /waiting area for Café Molise. -Grilla Bites – Natural & organic soups,

  • Outdoor Retailer to Remain in Salt Lake as Winter OR Show Kicks Off

    - Salt Lake to Enjoy $160 Million Impact Over Next Four Years - SALT LAKE CITY, January 22, 2013— Nielsen Expositions, owners of the Outdoor Retailer Summer and Winter Market trade shows, announced today at the annual Winter OR On-Snow Demo held at Solitude Mountain Resort that Salt Lake will remain the host city for the Outdoor Retailer

  • Why Utah Is A Beer-Lovers Paradise

    by, Maile Keone, Huffingtonpost.com I like beer, so my travels frequently find me seeking out places that make great beer. Luckily, I live in a state where some passionate people built local breweries that make craft beer. And while there is still lingering suspicions of bizarre liquor laws in Utah, recent changes to the laws have made it a

  • City Creek Named Best Mall in the Americas

    by Jasen Lee, KSL SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City's newest shopping mecca is receiving international acclaim. City Creek Center has been named Best Retail Development by the International Property Awards for 2012. City Creek Center, owned and managed by Michigan-based Taubman and co-developed with Utah-based City Creek Reserve Inc., won in

  • Taubman's City Creek Center In Salt Lake City Wins "Best Retail Development, USA" In Prestigious International property Awards

    BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich., January, 14, 2013 – City Creek Center has been named “Best Retail Development, USA” in the prestigious International Property Awards for 2012, in association with the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and Yamaha. City Creek Center, owned and managed by Michigan-based Taubman Centers and co-developed with City Creek

  • GOED Announces New Managing Director at the Utah Office of Tourism

    Salt Lake City, Utah – Spencer Eccles, executive director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), announced today that Vicki Varela has been selected as the new managing director of Tourism, Film and Global Branding at the Utah Office of Tourism (UOT), an agency of GOED. The announcement was made during a regularly scheduled Board

  • SALT LAKE SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL CAFÉ AT THE BEEHIVE TEA ROOM

    SALT LAKE CITY (January 2013) — Back by popular demand, Visit Salt Lake is again sponsoring the Sundance Film Festival Café at the Beehive Tea Room in downtown Salt Lake January 18-20. Presented by 90.9 KRCL FM, the Café will offer live music each evening. There is no entrance fee and it's open to the public, but seating is limited. Conveniently