The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from March 2017

  • Bike Friendly Salt Lake

    Salt Lake’s bike-friendly streets are well-used and well loved, but we’ve discovered that our Valley is even more bike friendly than we ever thought. With winter melting away, and the bike trails and paths drying out, its prime time to opt for two-wheeled transportation in our Salty City. Check

  • How Black Utah Jazz Players Have Embraced Salt Lake City

    It’s no secret that there’s a touch of irony in the fact that Salt Lake is the home Utah Jazz. While diversity isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Salt Lake, our dyed-in-the-wool, loudest-in-the-league fan base says all you need to know about how proud Utahn’s are of our

  • The 6 Best Off-Slope Adventures in Salt Lake

    For the past few months, we’ve been featuring a series of articles from Snowbrains.com founder Miles Clark on our Ski City Blog. In addition to showing Miles the best of the Cottonwood resorts, we showed him everything Salt Lake has to offer. Miles discovered that Salt Lake is a true Ski

  • Angela Brown

    Anyone who’s part of (or even adjacent to) Salt Lake’s creative community is familiar with Angela H. Brown—if not with her personally, then with her mark on the city. Angela has been running SLUG (Salt Lake Underground) Magazine for 17 years, and during that time the local publication has morphed