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Posts from July 2016

Why Utah Is Poised to Be America's Next Tech and Creative Hub

7/10/2016

By T.L. Stanley, AdWeek — It’s one of the fastest-growing tech hubs in the country, with record amounts of venture capital flowing in, and is home to at least a half-dozen unicorns (companies valued at $1 billion or more) and plenty more "soonicorns" expected to hit that mark. Universities there are churning out science, tech, math and engineering

The Perfect Vacation: 10 Getaways That Combine City Adventure with Country Charm

7/6/2016

By Kim Doucette, Men’s Journal — The perfect town-and-country vacation is a time-honored tradition that blends urban sophistication and wide-open wilderness. Our picks below are based around destinations where a vibrant metropolitan scene is just a couple of hours from fresh air, dense forests, rushing rivers, windswept beaches, mountain peaks,

Pro Skier Julian Carr’s Guide to Salt Lake City

7/1/2016

By Megan Barber, Curbed Ski — The People's Guide is a new series exploring iconic towns in ski country from the perspective of the people who know it best: locals. This time around, we welcome Julian Carr, one of skiing’s best cliff jumpers and a familiar face in many of our favorite skiing flicks. Here, he explains what living in Salt Lake City