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Posts from October 2016

  • Salt Lake City Welcomes New Theater for Performing Arts, Private Events

    By Matt Alderton, Successful Meetings — Whether you want to see a hit Broadway musical or host a private group event, Utah's capital city has a new cultural venue in which you can do it: the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater, which opened last week in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City. The new venue includes the 2,500-seat Delta

  • The 2,500-Seat Eccles Theater Opens in Salt Lake

    SALT LAKE CITY (October 21, 2016) — Utah’s capital city adds yet another feather to its cultural arts’ cap today with the grand opening of the 2,500-seat, state-of-the-art George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater in the heart of downtown Salt Lake. The Eccles Theater features a beautiful six-story grand lobby with retractable glass walls


    By Thrillist — Last year, Americans left a whopping 650 million vacation days on the table -- four per working person. When asked why, people say cost. Which is just bonkers, because this country -- maybe more than almost any other on the planet -- abounds with badass cities worth exploring, and at prices often less than what you'd pay in your

  • 3 Elite Craft Beer Destinations Flying Under the Radar

    By Patrick Clarke, Travel Pulse — Americans don't have to travel far to find great craft beer these days, but with so many choices, it's inevitable that some of the best brew towns are going to fly under the radar. Here are three craft beer destinations you may not have noticed. Salt Lake City, Utah Notable Breweries: Squatters Pub