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Posts from April 2014

  • 'Modern Family' dad opens beer restaurant

    By Brady McCombs, USA Today — He plays a bumbling dad on ABC's Modern Family, but in Salt Lake City Ty Burrell is trying out for a role as restaurateur. Burrell has just opened Beer Bar, a beer garden-like eatery that serves 150 beers paired up with an array of house-made bratwursts, local breads and Belgian fries. The restaurant, which has

  • SLC Sports Bars: Huddling At A Squad Of SLC's Best Sports Bars

    By Ted Scheffler, City Weekly -- With spring in the air and baseball back in swing, I find myself veering toward sports bars a little more than usual. The crack of a bat and the snap of opening a cold bottle of brew are two of my favorite sounds. I used to think that sport-themed bars and restaurants were a fairly new invention, coming along in

  • Two All-New BODY WORLDS Exhibitions Coming to The Leonardo

    SALT LAKE CITY, April 17, 2014 – Starting this May, The Leonardo museum for science and culture in downtown Salt Lake City, will present a “double header” showing of two all-new exhibitions produced by the creators of the world-renowned BODY WORLDS anatomical exhibits. BODY WORLDS’ ANIMAL INSIDE OUT will open on Saturday, May 10. This unique

  • ONTHESNOW'S 2014 VISITORS’ CHOICE AWARDS; SNOWBIRD NAMED NORTH AMERICA’S BEST OVERALL RESORT

    Broomfield, CO. – April 16, 2014 – North America’s skiers and riders have spoken. OnTheSnow.com visitors named Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort their favorite ski resort, granting it the top honors in this year’s Visitors’ Choice Awards (VCAs). The VCAs are the most comprehensive reader-generated ski resort awards in the world. Accolades are presented

  • Live. Work. Play. Bike.

    Economic Review -- What do Fort Worth, San Francisco, and Salt Lake City have in common? Bikes, and lots of them. These cities, among others, launched organized bike share programs in 2013, joining another 40 metropolitan areas with similar programs already in place. Now, going into its second season, and after about four years of

  • Salt Lake City's Secret to Escaping the Recession

    By Nancy Cook, National Journal -- Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker is not your typical Utah politician. For starters, he's a Democrat and a proud progressive in a Red State, the son of a former U.S. ambassador, who grew up in Washington, D.C., and attended a private Episcopal school. Yet, Becker settled in Utah roughly 40 years ago, drawn to the

  • These Are America’s 10 Most Exciting Mid-Sized Cities

    By Randy Nelson, Movoto -- Not too big, not too small, these places are just the right size. When it comes to excitement, they’re absolutely huge. We’ve been doing some exciting things here on the Movoto Real Estate Blog. More specifically, we’ve been doing some things involving excitement, or, even more specifically, places across this great

  • The Nerdiest State in America

    There's a lot to consider when choosing which state to live in. Will the locals trade Pokemon cards with you? Will you be mocked for LARPing in the park? Will you meet others who enjoy dressing up like Star Wars characters? For those who harbor interests considered nerdy or geekish, not all states are created equal. Estately crunched the numbers