Posts From: September 2022

Art Access: Uplifting Artists With Disabilities

PHOTOS: Johnny Cowan The Americans With Disabilities Act was only passed in 1990, but Salt Lake–based nonprofit Art Access has been fighting for accessibility within art since 1984—and they’re not stopping anytime soon. Art Access provides opportunities for disabled artists to be visible within…

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Liz Lambson & the Utah Black History Museum

The term “Renaissance Woman” gets thrown around quite a bit, but it truly applies to Salt Lake’s Liz Lambson. Lambson is an accomplished artist, musician, actor, and writer. She is also the Executive Director of the Utah Black History Museum. The museum is unique not only for the trove of artifacts…

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Activities for Non-Skiers

It's true that Salt Lake is known for legendary skiing experiences. But this vibrant location is also perfect for non-skiers, offering a wealth of activities on and off the slopes. From dynamic city adventures to casual endeavors in the snow, like tubing or hiking, there's no better place to…

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Support Arts and Culture

When you think of Salt Lake, pristine snow is probably the first thing to come to mind. But there's an entirely different world to discover, one that is ever evolving but consistently awe-inspiring. The city's arts and culture scene doesn't stop for the winter season. Unique exhibits and events…

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September 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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