Adam Sklute and Ballet West's Nutcracker

Fifteen years ago, Adam Sklute was serving as the Associate Director of the Joffrey Ballet in Chicago, IL. “In 2007, I got a tiny email asking if I would be interested in applying for the Artistic Directorship of Ballet West.” Call it fate, destiny or pure chance, but it seems that this relationship…

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Shopping Salt Lake’s Vintage & Boutique Scene

SLC’s shopping options are many, and you can wander under the open sky at City Creek or seek out goods that are off the beaten path. With local markets, dedicated vintage shops and curated boutiques, there’s a place for everyone to find one-of-a-kind treasures in Salt Lake. Markets Urban Flea…

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Thanksgiving in Salt Lake

Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday for many - who doesn’t love ridiculous amounts of good food while surrounded by people you love? However, not everyone loves the work and cooking and cleaning that go into a feast-based celebration. Fear not! We’re here to tell you some of the best places in Salt…

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What to Do After The Slopes

You just logged a full day of shredding the Greatest Snow on Earth, but in Salt Lake, that means you are just getting started. It’s après ski time, and your options are plentiful. Whether you need a drink, a nosh, or a touch of city culture, we have you covered. Aprés at the Mountain Molly Greens at…

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Winter at the Gallivan

If you’ve never been through Salt Lake City in the winter, the awe-inspiring annual transformation of the Gallivan Center, an event venue and amphitheater found on 239 South Main Street, will surely be a pleasant surprise. As the seasons change, the space shifts into a light-gilded plaza, often…

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How to Experience the Great Salt Lake

If you are planning a trip to Salt Lake, chances are you have heard of its namesake, the Great Salt Lake. As the largest salt water lake in the western hemisphere, a visit to the Great Salt Lake is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity with chances to experience incredible wildlife, outdoor recreation…

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Salt Lake's Top Halloween Events

Utah’s spookiest season is upon us, and we're trembling with anticipation. Utah is the state with the most Halloween decorations, so you can be sure we have just as many Halloween events. We rounded up a wide range of Halloween events in Salt Lake, from haunted houses and spooky live performances to…

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The Best Fall Time Scenic Drives

Salt Lake is a beautiful destination for scenic drives AND autumn colors. Put the two together and POW - magic. It's a place known for gorgeous outdoor vistas and many of them can be seen from the comfort and safety of your car. Check out the views with our picks for some of the best scenic drives…

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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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Top Winter Things to Do in Salt Lake

The snowy season in Salt Lake brings an incredible number of opportunities to play outdoors, from snowshoeing to cross-country skiing. The winter also offers plenty of spectacular indoor activities, like one-of-a-kind art exhibits and hands-on museum experiences. No matter what you choose to do…

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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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Ski the Greatest Snow on Earth®

You’ll find the Greatest Snow on Earth® in Utah, and particularly at Salt Lake’s ski resorts. This proud claim refers to more than just the texture of the snow. Location and weather patterns are key. Accessing the snow is incredibly easy with four resorts close to the city. Plus, many famous…

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The 12th Annual Urban Arts Fest

Art festivals in Salt Lake have provided a way for local art to break out of the museum and into the community. Flooding the streets of downtown with vendors, musicians, performance artists, and more gives community members an opportunity to find common ground through art. The Utah Arts Alliance’s…

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Salt Lake's Best Fall Colors

Besides football games and that crisp mountain air, the changing of the leaves is a phenomenon everyone enjoys­, and don’t try to deny it, you enjoy it, we know you do. So after you bring out that fuzzy cardigan and sip on some warm apple cider­, rake your leaves into a neat pile and immediately…

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Prost! A Long Tradition of Oktoberfest at Snowbird

It all began in Germany with a royal wedding on a sunny October day in 1810. Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig welcomed the people of Munich to a festival celebrating his marriage to Princess Therese Charlotte Luise of Saxony-Hildburghausen. For five days, folks partied in the fields adjacent to the city…

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Changing Seasons: Fall in Salt Lake

Fall in Salt Lake isn’t just a season. It’s a celebration. Set against the vivid blue sky, the changing leaves create a kaleidoscope of warm colors from burnt oranges to fiery crimsons and golds. The rich landscape ensures every adventure is picture-perfect, so your camera roll is likely to be full…

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Dreamscapes Reopens at the Shops at South Town

For most, art acts as a pathway to a new way of thinking, inspiration, understanding, and self-discovery. Visual, auditory, and even sensory art can stimulate audiences enough to transport them to a different place, shepherding them into unexplored areas of their mind. Now, imagine a labyrinth of…

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