Music is deeply entrenched in Utah's cultural lifestyle. For example, read about Utah's capital, Salt Lake City, and you'll soon discover it's one of a handful of cities its size that is home to a professional ballet, symphony and opera, alongside multiple theater companies, dance companies, America's choir and so much more. Music is as much a part of Utah's landscape as our iconic mountains and arches. Discover some of Utah's music festivals here.
With more than a dozen licensed distilleries now operating in Utah, there’s something for every palate, from artisan botanical liqueurs to aged American malt whisky. Here are a handful of award-winning spots on the rise.
What happens when three friends with mechanical engineering backgrounds and a love for artisan spirits get together? In the case of Distillery 36, they build an award-winning cane-to-glass rum brand from the ground up. Here’s the story of Utah’s Rum Underdogs, Jon Gregersen, Creed Law and Jensen Dobbs, makers of Brigham Rum.
in this Citizens of Mountain Time profile, 13% Salt author and photographer Austen Diamond spends a day getting to know Fred Barbier the director of resort dining at Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort who has amassed one of the largest wine collections in Utah.
Salt Lake City offers up the best of both worlds: world-class skiing by day and high culture after the sun goes down. Revel in the metropolitan lifestyle and culture and then gear up come morning for a day of big mountain skiing right in the city's backyard.
The picturesque small town of Logan, Utah, is home to three historic theaters and countless world-renowned performers. Take a backstage tour, attend an educational talk, or just stroll down Main Street soaking up the ambiance of historic, turn-of-the-century buildings as well as the region’s rich agricultural and pioneer heritage.
Rich in history, the ceremonial baskets are imaginative and tightly woven — and very labor intensive. Read more to get to know a few of the basketmakers.
On the outskirts of Moab, Red Cliffs Lodge is a beautiful estate resting on the banks of the Colorado River. That’s the hook. Once here, you'll enjoy great food, adventure and the latest bottlings from Utah's first and largest winery.
Milt’s Stop & Eat and Eddie McStiff’s are two of Moab’s many restaurants that offer more than just great food to fuel or satiate a big adventure — both are local favorites teeming with the funky and colorful history of the adventure mecca.
One of the best things about a day in Moab is the meal you’ll surely earn by hiking, biking, climbing, paddling and simply playing in this desert playground. You’ll work up a solid appetite, whatever the order of the day.