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Posts from February 2017

Progressive Salt Lake City will surprise you

2/20/2017

By Jennifer Bain, Toronto Star — Utah isn’t dry. That surprises people who know precious little about this state other than the fact the Mormon members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who make up at least half the population can’t drink. Booze has been sold here since 1935, two years after the end of Prohibition. OK, so you

Snowed in at Snowbird

2/3/2017

By Michael Kiefer, The Arizona Republic — The sign was not what I expected to see on the way to breakfast: INTER-LODGE TRAVEL CLOSED AVALANCHE DANGER IT IS ILLEGAL TO LEAVE THIS BUILDING I had heard about foul-weather lockdowns at Snowbird, a ski resort in the Wasatch Mountains just outside Salt Lake City, but they had seemed

THE AMERICAN CITY WHERE YOUR BEST LIFE IS OUTRAGEOUSLY CHEAP

2/1/2017

By Ruthie Darling, Thrillist — Travelers always sleep on Salt Lake City, for reasons that cease to make sense once you’ve actually visited. After spending a month living and working in Mormon Mecca this year, I am here to tell you that Salt Lake City cannot be beaten for living your best life on a budget. For me it began each morning watching the