Posts From: July 2022

Dreamscapes Reopens at the Shops at South Town

For most, art acts as a pathway to a new way of thinking, inspiration, understanding, and self-discovery. Visual, auditory, and even sensory art can stimulate audiences enough to transport them to a different place, shepherding them into unexplored areas of their mind. Now, imagine a labyrinth of…

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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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July 2022 Roundup of New and Notable Restaurants

Salt Lake City is never one to rest on its laurels when it comes to food and drink, and the last three months have been no exception. If it’s been a while since you’ve checked out the latest and greatest changes to our foodie scene, we’ve got just what you need - a recap of some of the very best new…

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Tsuki Sake: Balancing Traditional and Modern Brewing

Photos: copyright 2022 John Taylor One of Salt Lake's best kept secrets is that we have our very own sake brewing company. Jillian Watanabe of Tsuki Sake is a trailblazer in Salt Lake's brewery community; she operates Utah’s first and only premium, craft American sake company. Introducing Jillian…

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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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