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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