The Daily Utah Chronicle

A Guide to the SLC Arts Scene

By Kate Button, Arts Writer, Copy Editor

August 11, 2020

  For students returning to the University of Utah campus or for individuals setting foot in Salt Lake City for the first time, it’s important to find places that make the city feel like home. The Salt Lake arts scene is bustling and thriving with energy, and this art scene can help you fin...

Gilgal Sculpture Garden: Salt Lake’s Hidden Gem

Giligal garden in Salt Lake City, Utah on November 11, 2019. (Photo by Cassandra Palor | Daily Utah Chronicle)

By Weston Wood, Arts Writer

January 14, 2020

Gilgal Sculpture Garden is nestled in a quiet, downtown neighborhood. A local treasure, this garden is unique to Salt Lake City. Unlike a traditional garden, this one is home to many eccentric sculptures. Most, if not all, of the sculptures have been inspired by stories and scriptures from the Book of Mo...

Salt Lake’s Flourishing Culture

Salt Lake City. Courtesy Wikimedia Commons.

By Weston Wood, Arts Writer

October 23, 2019

  Salt Lake City is a bustling town nestled at the feet of the Wasatch Mountains, one that is influenced by migrant cultures. It's not the small town it used to be. Boasting around 200,000 people, this city is internationally connected by its people & culture. The city has been globally reco...

Steve Lindeman & Friends Dazzle at Utah’s Jazz & Roots Festival

Photo of Steve Lindeman (Courtesy of Steve Lindeman)

By Oakley Burt, Arts Editor

September 6, 2019

  The 2019 Utah Jazz and Roots Festival truly was a celebration of jazz music and Utah's diverse communities. Held at the Gallivan Center in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, friends and families gathered for a free performance by Steve Lindeman & Friends on Sept. 5 — the opening night...

Good Grammar and a Stiff Drink

Good Grammar and a Stiff Drink

By Palak Jayswal, Arts Editor

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...

Helping the Homeless in Utah

(Photo by Chris Samuels)

November 25, 2014

  Anna Branson has lived in Utah her whole life and said she thinks the homeless population “has increased since the recession.” “It’s so hard to get jobs now to be able to pay for shelter,” Branson, an undeclared freshman, said. According to Utah’s most recent Comprehensive Report on ...

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