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Posts from October 2010

Snowbird Receives Almost Three Feet of October Snow


Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort is in the tail end of a four-day late October storm that has dropped nearly three feet of snow overall, and 15 inches overnight. The Little Cottonwood Canyon resort received 602 inches over the course of the 2009/10 season - the third consecutive year Snowbird has topped 600 inches - for 190 days of skiing and riding,



Salt Lake City -- U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, South Salt Lake Mayor Cherie Wood, Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker, and the Utah Transit Authority will hold an event on the Sugar House Streetcar project on Wednesday, October 27 at 2:30 p.m. MDT. Last week, the U.S. Department of Transportation awarded the Utah Transit Authority $26

Honeymoon -- A romance between abstraction and representation


Salt Lake City, Utah - Salt Lake Art Center presents Honeymoon, a harmonious marriage of opposites featuring paintings by newlyweds Kristin Calabrese and Joshua Aster, two internationally recognized, Los Angeles-based contemporary artists. Honeymoon will run November 5, 2010 through January 15, 2011, at Salt Lake Art Center. Public programming

Forbes names Utah No. 1 for business

10/14/2010 -- For the first time, Forbes Magazine has named Utah the No. 1 state in the country for business and growth. It's a strong indication tough economic times are nearly past. Virginia has held that spot for the past four years, but Utah slid into the top spot because of Virginia's rising labor and energy costs. "I'm here to tell you today

Snowbird Customer Appreciation Days Begin Oct. 16


Free Tram Rides With Food Donation Benefits Utah Food Bank SNOWBIRD, UTAH - With fall foliage in peak form in Little Cottonwood, guests can take advantage of two weekends of free Aerial Tram rides at Snowbird with a donation to the Utah Food Bank. Snowbird Customer Appreciation Days will take place Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 16-17 and 23-24, weather