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Posts from June 2010

Surprising Salt Lake City


I didn't expect to find a world-class micro¬brewery in Salt Lake City. But, since the 2002 Winter Olympics, the city has finally loosened liquor licensing laws and filled new concert venues with big

Valter Nassi sells Salt Lake with food, flamboyance


By Mike Gorrell, The Salt Lake Tribune -- Valter Nassi sells Salt Lake City with his culinary creations and charm. With a flamboyance deeply rooted in his Italian roots, the food connoisseur behind

Zion Announces New Road Reconstruction Schedule


Zion Park, Utah - Superintendent Jock Whitworth has announced a new work schedule for the reconstruction of the Zion-Mt. Carmel Highway within Zion National Park. The new schedule will only have

Salt Lake CVB Bestows Tourism Achievement Awards


The Salt Lake Convention and Visitors Bureau (SLCVB) bestowed its highest honor, the Tourism Achievement Award, to the Salt Lake City Department of Airports and to Valter Nassi of Cucina Toscana as

‘Genealogy tourists’ flock to Salt Lake City


More than 700,000 people visit Family History Library each year By Jennifer Dobner Associated Press Writer updated 7:51 a.m. MT, Fri., June 11, 2010 SALT LAKE CITY - When Jan Gow makes her

Utah: Mild West


Well mannered and family-friendly, Utah represents a kinder, gentler Wild West. It is home to some of the most extravagantly beautiful terrain in the U.S., much of which can be hiked, climbed, skied,



father's day weekend also marks closing of 2009/10 ski season Snowbird, Utah - Summer fun officially begins at Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort on Saturday, June 19, with the 11 a.m. opening of summer

36 Hours in Salt Lake City


THERE'S a new party in Salt Lake City. Utah liquor laws were normalized last year for the first time since 1935, allowing patrons simply to walk into a bar and order a drink, as if they were in any