Misconceptions abound, but it's not hard for visitors to Utah to drink up. In preparation for your next visit to Utah, here’s what you need to know before you belly up to the bar or seek out a bottle of your favorite spirit.
To outsiders, Utah’s liquor laws might seem a little archaic. And that’s despite a recent amendment that allowed beer of up to 5% ABV (alcohol by volume) to be sold in grocery stores and poured on draft, up from its previous limit of 4% (aka 3.2% by weight).
There is a movement here in Utah, and it is not religious. It is rooted in the worldly senses — taste, touch, sight, smell. Salt Lake has a lively culture committed to distinguished food and spirits. And contrary to popular belief about our city, you can access much of this culture by foot. This is a walkable town.
For Utah's Sundance Film Festival's audiences and filmmakers, the Story is Utah, one with many visions and interpretations and where revolutions are encouraged.
Spring City is one of only two sites in the United States where the entire town is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. It's Heritage Day, and the locals have gathered to celebrate their town's art, Scandinavian heritage and craze for historic preservation.
A historic mining town built by the railroad stakes a future to world-class art, access to outdoor recreation and a tight-knit community with a welcoming small-town vibe.
Bears Ears National Monument is at the heart of southeastern Utah. These lands are imbued with layers of culture — layers of life. In this four-part video series, meet the locals who connect with the land in their own distinct ways.
Karen Azenberg, artistic director of Pioneer Theatre Company, reveals the magic happening behind the scenes at this fully professional theatre in-residence at the University of Utah.
Tuacahn Amphitheatre uses their natural red rock surroundings to enhance their musical productions, culminating in a live theatrical experience unlike anywhere else.
Follow author Tim Sullivan and his eight-year-old daughter as they travel by train, bus and bike on a "pilgrimage" to Golden Spike National Historic Site.