City Life

Your Week Ahead: April 1 – April 7

April is here and we have compiled a list of local events happening this week for you to enjoy. From playing Magic the Gathering to meditating with art to a family-friendly teatime,...

What is the Post District?

The Post District is an ambitious experiment in urban planning to invigorate and, as planners say, "activate," a forgotten part of our city.

Your Week Ahead: March 25 — March 31

Spring has sprung in the Beehive state and there are plenty of around-town activities to help you embrace the season. From DIY terrarium classes to free yoga sessions to good-old-fashioned sporting showdowns....

Where to Go For Easter Brunch in Salt Lake

Easter is right around the corner, and Salt Lake is gearing up for a festive celebration filled with Easter Brunch, drinks, and fun events.

Prominent Utahns Who Have Shaped National Politics Throughout History

On the grand stage of national politics, Utah is a bit player. We are one of the least densely populated, most reliably conservative states with middling voter participation rates and are currently...

Salt Lake Magazine’s March/April Social Pages

2023 Union Scholarship Celebration Sept. 14, 2023 A. Ray Olpin University Union Building at the University of UtahPhotos by Ryann Combe & Téa Schmid The A. Ray Olpin Union at the University of Utah...

What to Do on St. Patrick’s Day in Salt Lake City

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, and Salt Lake City is gearing up for a festive celebration filled with food, drinks, and fun events. So whether you’re looking to attend...

Spring Skiing in Utah is Almost Here

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No, it is. The holiday period can’t hold a candle to this. Rocks are buried by the deep snowpack, the daylight hours are long,...

Park City’s Workforce Housing Woes: Is Renting a Solution?

Park City has an ongoing workforce shortage, which is directly tied to a lack of housing. It’s the only city in Utah with more jobs than residents. Some 11,000 jobs need to...

Holladay Welcomes The Fox Market

For Tom and Cara Fox, there’s something irresistible about the lively buzz and welcoming ambiance of European markets and cafes, so they decided to create something equally delightful in the heart of...

Buy Your Valentine’s Day Flowers from Utah’s Finest Florists

With Valentine's Day right around the corner, the days ahead are the time for card writing, reservation making, and gift-shopping (perhaps for something shiny). For a breathtaking gesture with a bit of...

Park City’s Newest Bakery is Open for Business

Park City’s newest bakery, rather fittingly named The Bake Shop, is open for business.

Salt Lake Magazine’s Jan/Feb Social Pages

6th Annual Bartender Recharge Sept. 26, 2023 at The Westerner Photos by Miguel Mendoza More than 650 bartenders from Utah attended the 6th Annual Bartender Recharge. In addition to giving back to bartenders,...

Where to Eat During Sundance

As Sundance descends on Park City (Jan. 18 — 28), many restaurants and bars alter their hours and close for special events. This means you may not be able to get a...

Sugar House Construction—When Will it End?

On a visit to the Sugar House neighborhood in late Fall 2023, I barely recognize the place. Highland Drive is reduced to a tiny sliver of one-way traffic and 2100 South is a...

Traffic is Choking Utah Canyons—Is A Gondola the Solution?

The legend lives somewhere in the peaks of Little Cottonwood Canyon. Dendrites of just such a density, perfectly stratified, falling endlessly. The Land of “Gnarnia” blanketed with the Greatest Snow on Earth....