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Salt Lake Bees’ Season in Full Swing

Salt Lake Bees’ Season in Full Swing May 14, 2011 | Events, Nightlife, Sporting Events, Summer Activities, Things to Do | Read More
Howie Kendrick of the Salt Lake Bees (Image courtesy zaui, www.flickr.com) Salt Lake City began its relationship with this major league baseball team in 1915. Originally called the Sacramento Sacts, this team Pacific Coast League team relocated to San Francisco for one short year in 1914 before moving...

Salt Lake Film Society

Salt Lake Film Society May 9, 2011 | Events, Nightlife, Things to Do | Read More
Tower Theater in Sugarhouse, Salt Lake City (Image courtesy of Edward Zuniga, Jr., www.flickr.com) Everyone in Salt Lake City has heard about Sundance -Robert Redford’s world-famous, independent film festival which takes place every January in Park City. But despite the Wasatch Mountains being home...

2011 Salt Lake Living Traditions Festival

2011 Salt Lake Living Traditions Festival May 7, 2011 | Events, Food, Live Music, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Living Traditions Festival (Image courtesy jerekeys, www.flickr.com). Mark your calendars for May 20th, 21st, and 22nd; these are the dates of the 26th annual Living Traditions Festival -Salt Lake City’s multicultural kickoff to summer.  This festival, held at Salt Lake City & County Building’s...

Spring Arrives at Snowbird: 603″ of Snow to Date

Spring Arrives at Snowbird: 603″ of Snow to Date April 8, 2011 | Events, Nightlife, Skiing and Boarding, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Snowbird Tram By the time April rolls around, most people put away their skis and start getting ready to wear shorts and mow the lawn. But with a base elevation of 7,760′, Snowbird most definitely does not.  In fact, today’s valley rainstorm has just added another 19 inches to the high Wasatch...

$2 Beers All November Long at Ogden’s Roosters Pub

$2 Beers All November Long at Ogden’s Roosters Pub November 19, 2010 | Nightlife | Read More
November is officially “Liquid Love” month at Ogden’s Roosters Pub. All month long you can enjoy $2 pints – all beers, all day, every day. Rootbeers are $1 each all month too! Try Roosters’ Junction City Chocolate Stout, a robust stout with a hint of roasted mocha flavor...

The Utah Brewers Cooperative Brews Up One Chubby Beer

The Utah Brewers Cooperative Brews Up One Chubby Beer October 11, 2010 | Nightlife, What's New | Read More
Although Utah’s liquor laws have relaxed in recent years, the laws are still so unusual and convoluted that even the state doesn’t understand what’s legal and what’s not. While Utah law limits the sale of beer to the public in containers of no more than 2 liters, this statute raised questions...

Epic Brewery Ruining Salt Lake City’s 3.2 Image

Epic Brewery Ruining Salt Lake City’s 3.2 Image July 8, 2010 | Nightlife, What's New | Read More
Utah has a long history of unusual and absurd liquor laws so brewing quality beer in Utah has always been a challenge.  Utah is a 3.2 state meaning that you can only purchase low-point beer in grocery stores and gas stations and in some bars and restaurants 3.2 is all you can consume. For visitors to...

Best Places to Watch the World Cup in Salt Lake City

Best Places to Watch the World Cup in Salt Lake City June 1, 2010 | Nightlife | Read More
To be quite honest Salt Lake City is rather lacking in the whole sports bar arena.  Maybe it is because Utah doesn’t have a slew of professional sports team or maybe Utah’s quirky liquor laws are to be blamed or maybe it is because we rather be out and about recreating ourselves than watching sports...

5 Utah Microbrews You Must Try During Your Visit to Salt Lake City

5 Utah Microbrews You Must Try During Your Visit to Salt Lake City March 25, 2010 | Nightlife, What's New | Read More
Some would think that Utah and beer wouldn’t necessarily mix due in part by the dominance of the Mormon Church and the state’s infamous conservative liquor laws. Ironically Utah is a breeding ground for locally produced creative and inventive styles of beer.  Visit a local brewpub to sample some...
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