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Posts from October 2017

  • America's 5 Most Geographically Interesting Cities

    By Scott Beyer, Forbes — There’s a bit of rivalry right now between Denver and Salt Lake City, and it is not hard to see why. They are the two fast-growing beacons of America’s Intermountain West, experiencing economic prosperity despite their wildly different cultures and political philosophies. Nestled into this debate about sports, food, beer

  • Top Spots for Dinner and a Show

    By Ethan Fletcher, Via Magazine — In the age of YouTube, Netflix, and binge watching, there's still something unbeatable about seeing a live performance. "Theater is experiencing a renaissance," says Dave Brooks, senior correspondent for live entertainment at Billboard magazine. He attributes the resurgence to the popularity of Broadway shows

  • 2017’s Best Cities for People with Disabilities

    By Richie Bernardo, WalletHub — When searching for a new place to call home, people with disabilities often have a longer and more complicated list of considerations compared with healthier individuals. In addition to common wish-list items, such as reliable public transportation and diverse entertainment options, people with major health

  • Salt Lake: The Ultimate Basecamp for Skiers & Snowboarders

    October 2, 2017. Salt Lake City, UT – Salt Lake has earned the Ski City moniker because it is the ideal winter basecamp for skiers and snowboarders. Four of the greatest winter resorts in the world -- Alta, Brighton, Snowbird and Solitude – lie less than 40 minutes from Utah’s capital city, with its hotels, restaurants, bars, sporting venues and