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Posts from April 2016



By Stephanie Smith, CheapOair — Let’s play a game of word association: what comes to mind when you think of Salt Lake City? Some of the top answers in an extremely non-scientific poll included ‘Mormons,’ ‘no alcohol,’ ‘not sure,’ and … ‘no alcohol.’ On the right track? If so, you’re completely … wrong. Salt Lake City: Myth vs.

Olympic Trials in Weightlifting Comes to Salt Lake City May 5-8


Salt Lake City, UT (April 26, 2016) -- Salt Lake City welcomes the 2016 USA Weightlifting National Championships and Olympic Team Trials for Weightlifting at the Calvin L. Rampton Salt Palace Convention Center on May 5-8, 2016. The Olympic Team Trials will occur Sunday afternoon of the weekend's events and is the final competition to

Utah Olympic Oval to Host the 18th Annual Rocky Mountain Bonspiel Curling Tournament


Kearns, UT (April 19th, 2016) – The Utah Olympic Oval is proud to host the Rocky Mountain Bonspiel curling event for the second year in a row. This annual curling tournament is in its 18th year and hosts many of the elite curling clubs from Salt Lake City, Park City and from as far as Washington State. The tournament features eight teams that

Top 10 Green Towns to Visit, Tree Hugger Or Not


By Meg Schulte for FlipKey, by TripAdvisor — Being green involves a lot more than simply trading in your empty bottles for a handful of change from the recycling center each month. It’s something that entire cities have to be devoted to, and many places around the country are stepping up their earth-friendliness in big ways. In celebration of

Want to Live Longer? Move Here, Study Says


By Susanna Pilny, — Many people dream of living forever—but most of us would probably just settle for a nice, long life. As it turns out, a new study out of Stanford, MIT, Harvard, McKinsey, and the U.S. Treasury may just hold the answers on where in the United States is best for people of any income to maximize their lives.