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Posts from November 2018

  • WHAT’S NEW IN SKI CITY THIS WINTER

    November 30, 2018. Salt Lake City – What’s new in Ski City, a.k.a. Salt Lake, this winter? In a word, plenty, from a bevy of new restaurants and bars to the 50th birthday of the Natural History Museum of Utah to Broadway’s Wicked at the Eccles Theater. There’s a groundbreaking new hotel at Alta and concerts by Kelly Clarkson and P!nk. Four of North

  • It's Hip to Be Square - Salt Lake City is a pretty cool town

    By Jennifer Bryant, The Dressage Connection -- I’d never spent time in this Utah city before this year, when it was selected as the site of the 2018 Adequan/USDF Annual Convention. I didn’t really know what to expect—buttoned-up piety? Crunchy-granola ski bums? Closing in on 24 hours in Salt Lake City, I’m going to venture that it’s a bit of both.

  • Salt Lake City to host largest international event since 2002 Olympics next year

    By Dennis Romboy, Deseret News — Salt Lake City will host its largest international event since the 2002 Olympics when thousands of people come to town for a United Nations conference on pressing world issues. An estimated 3,000 to 6,000 people representing more than 300 nongovernmental organizations, known as NGOs, in 100 countries are expected to

  • Alta's Snowpine Lodge Set to Open January 2019

    ALTA, Utah – November 2018 – The long-awaited opening of Snowpine Lodge at Alta is slated for January 16, 2019. The new resort, timed with the opening of the adjacent Snowpine ski lift, will up the ante as the first ski-in/ski-out luxury resort in the historic town known for its laid-back style, rugged terrain and abundant supply of annual powder

  • Salt Lake Named The 3rd Best Home Base Cities for Travel Addicts

    By Steven Winston, Smart Meetings Whether you’re traveling to cure your serious case of #wanderlust or you’re heading home to see your family for the holidays, the last thing you want is to spend the entire day in the airport during a long layover (or drain your budget on overpriced tickets). While nonstop flights are readily available to residents

  • City Guide: Urban Fun Meets Outdoor Oasis in Salt Lake

    By Eric Peterson, VIA Magazine Not so long ago, it was tough to find a cup of coffee in Salt Lake, let alone a cocktail. But lately, things have changed. Now coffee shops abound, and the city is home to 18-odd breweries and distilleries. And while easy access to the outdoors has long lured visitors, now the dining scene beckons too. South State