The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from October 2018

  • The Best Scenic Drives Around Salt Lake

    Are you looking to stuff your itinerary with even more activities? Going on scenic drives are among our favorite things to do in Salt Lake. Salt Lake is known for gorgeous outdoor visas and some of them can be seen from the comfort of your car. Here are our picks for some of the best scenic drives

  • Digging Salt Lake City for 48 Hours

    Like the western rattlers that stow beneath erratic boulders in the surrounding foothills, Salt Lake has shed its skin several times in the past two decades. Salt Lake's glistening new look reveals a town teeming with arts, nightlife and attitude that left me hissing for just one extra play

  • There's Something for Everyone at Thanksgiving Point

    So what is Thanksgiving Point? Well, that’s a great question. Officially, it runs as a non-profit farm, garden, and museum. However, it’s also a 3D movie theater, spa, golf course, shopping destination, and more. In essence, it’s a one-stop shop entertainment hub for the whole family. Located

  • Utah Jazz Basketball Game at Vivint Smart Home Arena

    Experience the Excitement of Utah Jazz Basketball

    Experience Utah Jazz basketball at Vivint Smart Home Arena , where a combination of live action, enthusiastic fans, delicious local food, and the coolest team gear—including the new Nike team store—creates the most exciting night out Salt Lake has to offer. The Jazz are poised for another great year

  • Experience Salt Lake’s Hotel Scene

    Home to over 19,000 hotel rooms, Salt Lake’s hotel scene has something for everyone. From mountain-top views at our world-class ski resorts to the sparkling lights of a thriving downtown, Salt Lake offers a little bit of everything. Our wide range of accommodations will suit you whether you’re here

  • Friends at Copper Canyon Radisson

    Experience the Copper Canyon Grill House and Tavern

    Hallå! For the Radisson Hotel in downtown Salt Lake City, the word “Scandinavian” describes more than the sleek-and-simple interior design trend that’s transforming the nation’s cities into chic chill zones—it refers to a lifestyle based on wellness and purpose. Scandinavian hospitality is central

  • Historic Sites in Salt Lake

    One of the best ways to get to know a place is to dive into its history, and Salt Lake City is no different. This town is a fascinating blend of old-time heritage and contemporary melting-pot, and the historic sites Salt Lake citizens take pride in reflect that. Whether you have kids in tow or

  • Angela H. Brown

    Angela H. Brown is the kind of person who reflects and creates culture, and she’s the most recent feature in our Salt of the Earth series. As a stereotype-breaking example of ‘born and raised in Salt Lake,’ Angela has made our city her home, and she’s helped engender the lesser-known side of the

  • Salt Lake's Best Halloween Events

    It’s that time of year again—the wind is getting brisk, the colors are changing on the mountains, and the sound of leaves blowing down the street are followed by pumpkin lattes and co-eds sporting Han Solo boots-and-vest style on campus. That’s right, one of the best holidays of the year is just

  • Halloween Events for Kids

    With the dream of free candy haunting their dreams, hopes of haunted houses in mind, and plenty of spooky good times to look forward to, Halloween is big time for kids. Check out our list of family- and kid-friendly Halloween fun, and be sure to get a taste of the best Salt Lake has to offer in the

  • Utah Food Services Tenderloin

    Carving Powder to Tenderloin

    By happenstance Dave Jensen, Chief Operating Officer at Utah Food Services (UFS), met Robert “Sully” Sullivan, the whimsical owner of UFS, at a KOA campground on North Temple, 37 years ago on their quest to find the best powder on earth. The two ski bums quickly assimilated to life as Utahans and

  • Salt Lake Acting Company

    Laugh, Cry and Fall in Love with Salt Lake Acting Company

    Salt Lake Acting Company (SLAC) has long been Utah’s premiere home for new plays. Nestled in the Marmalade District, just north of downtown, you’ll find SLAC’s unique home: the historic 19th Ward House of Worship, re-purposed to house the theatre company. As they dive into their 48th season, SLAC is