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The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from September 2017

  • Red Bull 400 at Utah Olympic Park

    For the third consecutive year the Red Bull 400 returns to the iconic Utah Olympic Park on September 30th. With a starting point of 6,870 feet this 400 meter near-vertical sprint will challenge competitor’s speed, endurance and determination to the top of the breathtaking 2002 Winter Games ski

  • Utah Museum of Fine Arts Unveils New Remodel

    On a cold day in January of 2016, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, located on the University of Utah campus, shuttered its doors in preparation for a massive metamorphosis. Since its lauded opening in 2001, the gallery hadn’t undergone any major changes or updates in 17 years. Now, 19 months later,

  • All 4 Ski City resorts make SKI Magazine’s Best Of List

    Like snow storms in the winter, the nation’s best-of awards keep piling up in the Cottonwood Canyon resorts. Snowbird, Alta, Brighton, and Solitude are Ski City’s gems, and SKI Magazine has called out our resorts as some of the best in North America. With an average yearly snowfall of over

  • Salt Lake’s Vegetarian Super Heroes

    While Salt Lake is known to draw some of the world’s best skiers, climbers, cyclist, and all kinds of outdoor enthusiast, most are unaware that these athletes and artists are creating eclectic and incomparable subculture reflective of the outdoor adventurers who call Salt Lake home. You might be

  • Top 8 Things To Do in Downtown Salt Lake

    Downtown Salt Lake, like most cities’ downtowns, is a hub for business, arts, entertainment, dining, and nightlife. Young professionals are moving to this neighborhood in droves to be close to transit and occupy dozens of new apartment buildings and condos, a hip new restaurant or bar opens