Elizabeth Kimball and Wasatch Adaptive Sports

Elizabeth Kimball flicks on the lights and powers up a large heating unit in the high-ceiling garage at the Wasatch Adaptive Sports offices in Murray. She mentions that they recently took over the garage unit next door, a testament to the growth of the organization. Since 1977, Wasatch Adaptive…

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Discover Asian Culture at Salt Lake's Chinatown Market

Photos: copyright 2022 Logan Sorenson Salt Lake's Chinatown Experience Are you searching for a Chinatown experience in Salt Lake? You’ll know you’ve arrived when you see the Chinatown Market’s traditional red gate rising above the surrounding buildings at 3390 State Street. This 5.7-acre shopping…

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The Salt Lake Connect Pass

"Mooommmmmm, I'm boooored." It's a phrase that need never be heard in Salt Lake again thanks to the Salt Lake Connect Attractions Pass, a ticket to 17 of the region's best family-friendly attractions. You can purchase the Connect Pass for a day, a few days, or spring for a full year of access. So…

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Celebrate Juneteenth in Salt Lake

There are many public events and celebrations going on in Salt Lake and surrounding communities to celebrate Juneteenth in Utah this year. Juneteenth commemorates the date that the abolition of slavery was finally announced in Texas more than 2 years after the official signing of the Emancipation…

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Assisting Immigrants at the Spice Kitchen Incubator

Photos: copyright 2022 Roberto Valdez Spice Kitchen Incubator Serves Up Delicious Opportunity to New Americans in Utah Colorful Venezuelan beet salad, Iraqi beef kebabs and rare, vegan-option mole verde: These are just a few of Spice Kitchen Incubator’s mouth-watering, unique recipes from around the…

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A Memorial Day Weekend in Salt Lake

What to do on the Day to Remember Wading through the Memorial Day sale ads and attempting to find a campsite in a sea of packed RVs and tents, you might be wondering how you can best reflect and honor the lives of service members during our nation’s more somber holiday. Flags flown at half-mast…

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The Finest Farmers' Markets Around Salt Lake

First of all, let’s get this out there upfront: don’t even think about spending a summer in the Salt Lake valley without hitting up a farmers' market to bite into a freshly picked peach and score a robust heirloom tomato to take home for dinner. There are several excellent farmers' markets that are…

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Summer Concerts in Salt Lake

Summer concerts in Salt Lake have something for everyone, from big headliners and music festivals in 20,000-seat stadiums both indoor and out, to nostalgia tours and cool bands in warm outdoor venues, to local favorites and up-and-comers in local hangouts. The number of places that have great…

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Tyler Glenn and LoveLoud

Meeting the Neon Trees' front man, Tyler Glenn, is an exceptional experience. He is soft spoken and thoughtful, and yet he communicates powerfully his passion for helping LGBTQ youth. When his friend, Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons, called him about his idea to put on a concert to support, affirm…

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Spring Festivals in Salt Lake

Festivals are back! Here in Salt Lake, there's a festival for everyone - it's a great time to try not just something familiar but also something new. Check out some of the best festival happenings below. Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival April 8-May 7 (closed Sundays) - Ashton Gardens at…

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Vibrancy in Salt Lake

Salt Lake is famous for its picturesque landscapes, attracting outdoor enthusiasts from all over the world. But there's another realm to explore that’s just as thrilling. The vibrant urban scene is a life force of its own. Restaurants, concerts, festivals and out-of-the-box events make for nonstop…

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Support SLC's Art Scene

Creativity plays a major role in Salt Lake's thriving culture. From painters who specialize in traditional fine arts to local crafters who work with reclaimed materials, there’s an incredibly diverse range of talent to be found. Even if you don’t consider yourself an art buff, there’s an experience…

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Salt Lake Pass Options

Salt Lake is filled to the brim with things to do, see and savor—from food and brews with a twist, to enthralling entertainment for all ages. Deciding what to do can feel overwhelming, but Salt Lake has made adventuring easy. Visitors can choose from the Salt Lake Connect Attractions Pass or the…

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Outdoor Summer Adventures

When you think about the mountains in Salt Lake, skiing is probably the first thing to come to mind. But there's an appealing array of things to do in the summer when the snow hasn't hit the slopes yet. There's an undeniable beauty to the mountains in the summertime, when the rich sunsets paint the…

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9 Hippest Neighborhoods of Salt Lake

Salt Lake’s diverse spirit and eclectic collection of hip neighborhoods has powered a cultural boom in the mountain and desert urban center. As a constellation of trendy, emerging neighborhoods, Salt Lake is cool in ways other than just snow and slopes. If you haven’t seen the new frontier of hip…

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Easter in Salt Lake

Easter, which shows up April 17th this year, conjures a lot of ideas for different people. Chocolate bunnies. Decorating eggs. The advent of springtime. Egg hunts. Church services. New clothes. Daffodils. Whatever your take on the Easter holiday, take a moment to peruse the list of events and…

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Jake Buntjer and Boxcar X

Jake Buntjer, AKA Mr. Pauper, defies description as a creative person. A born and bred Utahn, he has worn many artistic hats - photographer, art director, set designer, found object artist. He's worked on movie, video, and theatrical sets. He was one of the artists who assisted in creating the Utah…

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Salute To Amazing Salt Lake Women for Women's History Month

March is National Women's History Month, and the Utah Women’s Mural commissioned by Zions Bank for the side of the Dinwoody building in Downtown Salt Lake City is more than just a nod to The Beatles’ iconic Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover. The piece, which was directed and created…

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Night Skiing 101

With 22 lighted runs, including the brand new long-awaited lights at Snake Creek, Brighton Ski Resort boasts the largest amount of night-skiing terrain available anywhere in Utah. For those with afternoon arrivals or daytime plans in the city (as well as fanatics who can’t be bothered to stop just…

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