The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from September 2015

  • 13 Halloween Family-Friendly Events

    Wondering what to do with your gaggle of ghouls this month? Here's a list of 13 Halloween Happenings sure to frightfully delight. 1. Pumpkin Days and Hay Maze When: October 02 to October 31, 2015 Where: Wheeler Historic Farm Admission: $9, ages 2+. Tuesday Special: $2 off regular fee Admission

  • 5 Amazing Images of the Blood Moon Over Salt Lake City

    If you didn't want to stay up all night to see the blood moon against Utah's amazing skylines, you're not alone. However, that shouldn't stop you from taking a moment to admire the work of Salt Lake's extremely talented photographers who don't mind losing sleep for their art. Anybody up

  • The Autumn Cider Festival

    Celebrate the harvest with delicious fall ciders featured at select restaurants. From Classic English dry to local ciders infused with seasonal flavors, the Autumn Cider Festival has a little something for everyone—except those under 21. These are hard ciders, after all. Participating restaurants

  • How to Have an Extravagant Anniversary Weekend in Salt Lake

    Sometimes the best vacation is the one that happens a mere mile from your house. With our PTO banks running low this fall, my husband and I decided to celebrate our anniversary in town. Normally we tend to gravitate toward life's thriftier pleasures, but for this occasion, we really went for the

  • Salt Lake's Best Cheeseburgers

    The cheeseburger has been one of America's favorite meals since the early 1930s. Since that time the cheeseburger has evolved into hundreds of versions with various additional ingredients. However you prefer your burger, it's time to gather your friends and celebrate the magnificence that is the

  • The Best Places to See Fall Leaves Near Salt Lake

    It's that time of year again—time to bust out your cardigan, make a thermos of apple cider, and head for the hills to feast your eyes on Utah's fabulous fall foliage. Here are some of our favorite spots to catch an eyeful of color. Willow Heights // Big Cottonwood Canyon A photo posted

  • Steve Young to Host Give Salt Lake

    On October 13-14, 2015, CEOs, community leaders, Corporate Giving Officers, executive directors, granting foundations, students, social entrepreneurs, and change-makers from across the state will come together to celebrate and explore paths to greater social impact. Proceeds from the event will be

  • Bees in the Beehive State

    From History to Honey Salt Lake founder Brigham Young thought Utahns should be productive and self-sufficient, like busy little bees. So much so that early Mormons referred to their proposed new state as “Deseret,” a word from the Book of Mormon, said to mean “honeybee.” Though they settled on

  • The SOHO Food Park: It's as Much Fun as It Sounds

    Shelly Olsen and her husband Mark have been enamored with the food-truck movement since its beginnings, and they've even traveled across the country on a coast-to-coast food-truck culinary tour. In July of 2015, they shared their obsession by opening a dedicated place for Salt Lake's food trucks to