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Posts from January 2014

Delta plans to expand at Salt Lake City International Airport


By Andrew Adams (Deseret News) -- SALT LAKE CITY — Delta Air Lines plans to expand operations and services at Salt Lake City International Airport in the coming years, airline executives told the Salt Lake City Airport Board on Wednesday. Over the next five years, Delta plans to increase its Salt Lake City capacity by 8 percent, increase

10 Cities Where You're Most Likely To Achieve the American Dream


A new study from The Equality of Opportunity Project has mapped the 10 best and the 10 worst cities for economic mobility in the United States. Researchers from Harvard University and the University of California at Berkeley used millions of anonymous earnings records to measure the chance that someone born into the bottom fifth of income earners

Utah Tourism Industry Forecasts Sunny 2014


By Rachel Madison (Utah Business) -- When it comes to tourism, Utah has exactly what it takes to attract visitors. So say several of the state’s tourism industry leaders, who all felt they had banner years in 2013—despite the government shutdown and sequester—and are planning on an even more successful 2014. Nearly 20 tourism industry experts



SALT LAKE CITY (January 2014) — Back by popular demand, Visit Salt Lake is again supporting the Salt Lake City Festival Café in downtown Salt Lake January 17-25. This year's host, Sicilia Pizza Kitchen, is located at 35 West Broadway -- directly across from its historic venue, the now-closed Beehive Tea Room. The Café will offer live music every

Skiing the Greatest Snow on Earth: Utah, by the numbers


By Sarah Park (Matador Network) -- Average annual snowfall at each of Utah’s 14 mountains. Resort vitals Alta Cost for an adult one-day lift ticket: $79 Skiable acres: 2,200 Vertical feet: 2,020 Number of named trails: 116 Number of lifts: 7 Number of snowboarders found on this mountain: 0 Snow that’s already fallen on the hill this year: 130+”