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Posts from September 2017

Utah's Strict Liquor Laws are Pretty Much Dead, And There's So Much To Drink Now


By David Landsel, Food & Wine — Even if they don't know very much about Utah, most people who do not live there know that it's got some of the most punishingly strict alcohol laws found anywhere in North America. Or, at least, it used to. In recent years, there's been a significant effort to do away with the various quirky rules and

Top 10 Picks for a Sweet Stay in Salt Lake City


By Amritha A. Joseph, In Transit — Stopping over in Salt Lake City for a day and looking to make the most of your visit? Even if you’re only visiting for a short while, you can still have a sweet stay in this city by checking out these hot spots. We visited Salt Lake City for the first time this summer as a stop on our trip to Grand Teton and

Alta Lodge: The Ultimate Ski Lodge


By Everett Potter, Forbes — The coolest ski lodge in the US is a 78 year old building in Utah that resembles a 1940s prep-school dorm with a few added Bauhaus touches. Imagine cement-block walls, mid-century industrial Bertoia chairs, and floor-to-ceiling windows with eye-popping views of the slopes. Then imagine that it’s booked solid for much of

Salt Lake Tourism Entities Receive Sustainability Certification


SALT LAKE CITY (Sept. 12, 2017) – In an unprecedented approach to gain international sustainability certification from the Events Industry Council, five Salt Lake entities applied for and concurrently received APEX/ASTM Level 1 Certification in a collaborative effort spearheaded by SMG, the management company of the Salt Palace Convention Center