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The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from August 2015

  • Free & Cheap Things to Do on Labor Day Weekend

    Instagram Photo Credit: @designexchange79 Are you excited to have a fun Labor Day weekend, but your bank account is telling you to calm down? You've come to the right place. Here's our list of free (or cheap) events in the Salt Lake area. 1. Public Star Party When: September 4, 2015

  • Flag Rock: A Hike of Remembrance

    Instagram Photo Credit: @grayrunsutah Veteran hikers love this lesser-known hike located just off of I-15 in Farmington, Utah. The trail features many of the amazing sights one expects to see in Utah. With five waterfalls, an old silver mine, a large meadow, footbridges, peaceful ponds, and

  • 5 Secrets of Salt Lake

    Most people know about the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Alta's powder skiing, and summer nights at Rio Tinto Stadium, but Salt Lake is chock full of hidden gems. Here are five of our favorite secret spots. 2. International Peace Gardens The International Peace Gardens were dedicated in 1952 and

  • Hub & Spoke: a Down-to-Earth Diner with High-Quality Eats

    For reasonably priced modern casual fare with a fresh twist, head to Hub & Spoke Diner in Sugar House. It's restauranteur Scott Evans' fourth dining establishment (after Pago, Finca, and East Liberty Tap House), and it's situated at the great neighborhood corner of 1291 S 1100 E in Salt Lake City.

  • Branch Out or Miss Out!

    Salt Lake City is certainly a destination for travelers visiting the state, but don’t let your trip be shortchanged by limiting your stay to the downtown area—the broader reaches of Salt Lake have a lot to offer visitors to the Beehive State. For Sports Fanatics A quick ride on Trax can get you

  • Your Guide to Popping Tags in Salt Lake

    The D.I. and Savers are great places to find buried treasure for next to nothing. But as a soon-to-be student, you're too busy registering for classes, buying books, and finding roommates to spend hours digging for cool stuff in the discount bins. Here's where to go for vintage and secondhand