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Posts from June 2012

Salt Lake Becoming a More Bike-Friendly City


Sarah Cutler, You’ve most likely seen the continual upgrades in Salt Lake City for a more bike-friendly community. There are the green stripes in some car lanes indicating that bikes may use the entire lane and additional bike-only lanes on the sides of roads—and soon you can add community bike rentals to that list. The Salt

Boom Town


Private Clubs, by Hilary Nangle -- Development frenzy has gripped this Mormon stronghold, giving the reinvented downtown a stylish vibe. Here, six new additions you don't want to miss. JouJou: Dragons and princesses, race cars and hot-air balloons, oh the places you'll go at this whimsical toy store at the Grand America Hotel. Although designed for

Big Bus Utah Begins Tours of Salt Lake City


Sarah Cutler, Looking for a new way to experience Salt Lake? Take a ride on Big Bus Utah, an open-air tour bus with the option to "hop-on" and "hop-off" at each tour stop. The bus visits 19 destinations in Salt Lake, providing a convenient way to tour the city. Visit Salt Lake launched the inaugural tour of Big Bus Utah on Friday.

6 Game-Changing Cultural Attractions to Check Out Now


by Jennifer Ceaser, NY Post #4 Natural History Museum of Utah Salt Lake City Utah is a hotbed for fossils, and this museum’s known for its collection of dinosaur specimens. As of last month, the old bones have a new home that’s equally impressive, a striking green building tucked away in the foothills of the Wasatch range. Inside, you’ll find the

Western Gourmet: Savor Salt Lake


by Linda Marx, Cowboys & Indians Every week, the dirt-bike-riding chef with spiky, bleach-blond hair takes viewers on a rollicking ride throughout the United States to find “classic greasy spoons” on his popular Food Network show, Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. He’s traveled thousands of miles, from Alabama to Wisconsin, Connecticut to Oregon,

Thanksgiving Point Announces Theater Venture with National Geographic

6/6/2012 -- Thanksgiving Point and National Geographic Cinema Ventures (NGCV) are delighted to announce an agreement to make Thanksgiving Point’s Mammoth Screen Theatre, hosted at the Museum of Ancient Life, Utah’s first National Geographic Experience Theater, beginning in June. The new multi-year agreement makes the Mammoth Screen

Squatters marries beer and wine at airport Ale House


by Kathy Stephenson, The Salt Lake Tribune Leaving on a jet plane? Arrive early at the Salt Lake City International Airport so you can try Vino Volo Ale House, a new concept that brings together Utah’s Squatter’s Pub Brewery and Vino Volo, a boutique wine shop located in 13 airports across the country. “It’s the perfect marriage of the wine

Epic Wins at NABA's Mountain Brewer's Beer Festival


Salt Lake City, UT- Epic Brewing Company took home six medals at the North American Brewers Association's Mountain Brewer's Beer Festival in Idaho Falls, ID. Epic received three gold medals, two silvers and one bronze in a contest that featured more than 100 breweries. Epic won gold in the fruit beer category with Brainless® on Cherries, Utah Sage