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Posts from April 2010

  • Twilight Series Concert Lineup Announced

    In what the Salt Lake City Arts Council's Casey Jarman termed "a closely guarded but very poorly kept secret," Pioneer Park was named the new home of the Twilight Concert Series for at least the summer of 2010. Six of the eight shows were announced Thursday morning as well. The season starts with Modest Mouse and Avi Buffalo on July 8, and ends

  • This Is The Place

    Utah is one of the most beautiful, yet least understood, meeting destinations. The scenery is a study in diversity, with the snow-capped mountains of the Wasatch Range to the north and a full spectrum of color-washed cliffs and desert to the south. Add the modern architecture of Salt Lake City's newly minted city center and the swanky syncopation

  • 2010 Olympic Stars to Perform at The E Center

    On the heels of a historic and breathtaking 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, the Smucker's Stars on Ice Tour is proud to bring the inspiring skating stars and their medal-winning style to thousands of fans across the nation. Freshly crowned 2010 Olympic Silver Medalists Meryl Davis & Charlie White; 2010 Olympic Gold Medalists Xue Shen &

  • World Beer Cup Gold for Squatters and Wasatch Beers

    Local Salt Lake breweries, Wasatch and Squatters, received gold medals at the 2010 World Beer Cup this past weekend in Chicago. Wasatch's drink-ably smooth Polygamy Porter medaled in the Session Beer Category, one of the fastest growing categories at the competition with 28 entries. Squatters Black Forest Schwarzbier medaled in the German-Style

  • The Dino Show at UMNH!

    The Dino Show at UMNH! The Utah Museum of Natural History Paleontology and Gallery Programs' teams have paired up to present a new museum theater piece, The Dino Show: Live from Laramidia. The result is an artistic interpretation of new paleontology research that gets the whole family involved. Each live performance takes you back 75 million

  • Four-and-a-half feet of snow in the last week at Snowbird, 30-40" forecasted

    Epic mid-winter conditions, spring skiing and lodging deals abound Snowbird, Utah - April showers have resulted in ample powder at Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, which has received four-and-a-half feet in the last week, pushing the season total to 440 inches with a mid-mountain base depth of 127 inches. With an additional 30-40 inches