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Posts from September 2020

  • Three Multicultural Restaurants to Explore in Salt Lake City

    Salt Lake City has a healthy breadth of multicultural cuisine baked into the pockets of our neighborhoods, and there’s no shortage of fun to be had by anyone hungry. With so many offerings afforded Salt Lakers, selecting a place to start can perhaps feel like a daunting distillation of the paradox

  • Trace Salt Lake's Hidden Waterways with Seven Canyons Trust

    Seven creeks run through the Salt Lake valley that you’ve never seen—because they are hidden underground. Named after the canyons from which they hail—Red Butte, Mill, City, Emigration, Parley’s, Big Cottonwood, Little Cottonwood—these invisible streams traverse unseen through suburban streets and

  • LGBTQ Things to Do in Salt Lake

    In the age of coronavirus, we all need to do our part to wear masks, wash our hands, and especially avoid large crowds. With this in mind, we have rounded up some highlights of queer and queer adjacent things to do while social distancing. Support Queer Restaurants Experience Music and Art Check Out

  • Pandemic Date Night Ideas in Salt Lake

    We’ll say it right here: 2020 has disrupted most norms. But we’d argue that love still conquers all, because date nights are still possible around Salt Lake. All you have to do is know where to look. So grab your main squeeze—or someone you’d like to become your main squeeze—and explore your

  • Nightmare on 13th

    Nightmare On 13th - 30 Years of Terror!

    This year, Nightmare on 13th is celebrating 30 Years of Terror where over 1.5 million people have screamed at Utah’s Legendary Haunted Attraction. This year, everyone is a VIP! With our new timed ticketing system, there are limited ticket capacities available per half hour time slots, so our wait