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Posts from February 2017

  • Progressive Salt Lake City will surprise you

    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

    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

    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