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Exploring Historic Gardner Village at the 19th Annual Witchfest

Exploring Historic Gardner Village at the 19th Annual Witchfest

By Abigail Bowé

November 1, 2019

The recipe for a perfect Halloween calls for fried green tomatoes, a dash of alpaca kisses, a hundred spools of colorful yarn and an ounce or two of laughter to taste. The witches of the historic Gardner Village will vouch for it. Masters of brewing ooky-spooky fun, they fly in every year to Witchfest,...

Dine or Dash: Ginger Street

Dine or Dash: Ginger Street

By Abigail Raasch

October 30, 2019

A luminescent neon pink sign lights up the corner of 300 South and State Street.  Standing out among its Salt Lake City neighbors, Ginger Street welcomes you with fanny packs, community tables, outdoor seating and its loud neon sign. New to downtown as of June 20, Ginger Street is serving hawker-st...

Dine O’Round Makes Culinary Experiences Affordable

Dine O’Round Makes Culinary Experiences Affordable

By Kate Button

October 23, 2019

On Oct. 18, the Downtown Dine O’Round returned to Salt Lake City for its 17th year, bringing with it several opportunities for residents to check out new restaurants and return to old favorites around the valley. By providing simplified menus, discounted prices and partnerships with different restaur...

Annual VegFest Hits Salt Lake and Redefines ‘Veganism’

Annual VegFest Hits Salt Lake and Redefines ‘Veganism’

By Alison Myers

September 18, 2019

It’s a bright and blue day at Library Square as a toasting sun warms one of the year’s last summer weekends. The festival has attracted a wide assortment of people from around the state. Looking around, a man passes in what resembles a NASA shirt, except it says "VEGAN" across it. Another woman joins...

Festa Italiana Celebrates Love for Italian Culture

Festa Italiana Celebrates Love for Italian Culture

By Hannah Keating

September 10, 2019

  Students from every department at the University of Utah study Italian for many reasons ⁠— for creating films, understanding history, pursuing a minor or wanting to study abroad. In a small department, professor of Italian language and culture and Section Head Giuliana Marple said, “[The...

Taste of Summer Brings Together Local Utah Vendors

Taste of Summer Brings Together Local Utah Vendors

By Christopher Payne

August 23, 2019

  This article was published in print on Aug. 5, 2019. Ice cream, chocolate, gelato, churros, cupcakes, honey, barbecue and salsa all came together during the Taste of Summer food festival on July 20 and 21. For the first time at the Natural History Museum of Utah, local food vendors from all...

Good Grammar and a Stiff Drink

Good Grammar and a Stiff Drink

By Palak Jayswal

July 17, 2019

  Tucked away in the heart of downtown Salt Lake, behind the towering Wells Fargo building, is a hidden gem. Good Grammar is at the end of Gallivan Avenue, not entirely new to the area and definitely not your typical bar. From its name (chosen from a list of over 150 options) to the eclectic at...

Celebrate National Food Truck Day in Utah

Celebrate National Food Truck Day in Utah

By Abigail Bowé

June 27, 2019

  Don’t miss it — National Food Truck Day is coming this Friday, June 28, and food truck roundups are going to appear all across the valley as participating trucks offer specials to hungry guests. Do you enjoy good cooking hot from the loving pots and pans of small business owners? If so,...

Ultimate Campus Guide to Your Coffee Kick

Ultimate Campus Guide to Your Coffee Kick

By Hannah Keating

May 15, 2019

  Moving to Salt Lake City means becoming a part of one of the nation’s highest-ranking hipster cities. Coming in just behind Portland and beating out Seattle and Spokane for the title in 2018, Salt Lake was recognized especially for the presence of coffee shops. Even The New York Times noticed...

Summer Arts Events Calendar

Summer Arts Events Calendar

By Sofia Sant'Anna-Skites

May 11, 2019

  Now that summer is here, we have much more free time to enjoy events all around Utah. Music, art, theater and more — summer is the perfect time to celebrate art. This calendar highlights some of the many arts events happening around the valley. Grease May 10-25 | Pioneer Theatre Comp...

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