City Weekly once again honors some of the finest work by local painters, actors, dancers, comedians, writers, craftspeople, filmmakers and more, in addition to the many people who support that work through their efforts.
The 7th Annual Utah Beer Festival Is Here!
It's beginning to look a lot like Utah Beer Festival! Ah, yes, that most boozy time of the year is here, and with it, a whopping 240 or so different brews that'll be available this weekend at the Salt Lake Fairpark, ranging from Ales to Zwickelbier (OK, that last one might be a stretch, but I needed something with a Z).
City Weekly's first Cocktail Guide from A-Z
var __adobewebfontsappname__="dreamweaver" From traditional absinthe service (without the legendary sidecar of cuckoo) to that tiki torchlight classic the zombie, Beehive State imbibers have a bounty of bevvies at their boozy fingertips. We've curated an arsenal of aperitifs, local ingredients and top-notch purveyors all available in our salty city and beyond.
Make Summer Great Some More
Dust off the tank top collection and bust out the heavy artillery SPF, baby ... summer is here!
Local music fans, you set an all-time record for participation in City Weekly's Best of Utah Music 2016.
The source for life in Salt Lake City
Time flies. I could have sworn that the phrase originated with Benjamin Franklin, but he didn't say it.
Where to be for the holidays and New Year's Eve
City Weekly's Holiday & New Year's Eve Guide is here to help you break free of inertia. With festivites ranging from light displays and theatrical performances to electronic dance music shows and the biggest New Year's Eve bash in the state, there's always something jolly going around here.
More than 80 ways to give to the people you love (and buy local)
The air is cooler, the streets are filled with traffic and colored lights shimmer on houses and trees in anticipation of the big event. The days are ticking by, and it's "game on." What game? Holiday shopping.
City Weekly’s 2015 Guide to Local Frights and Fun
Everyone's afraid of something, the saying goes. For that, you can thank your amygdala, an almond-shaped region of the brain that, when stimulated, causes intense emotion, such as aggression or fear. But along with fear, say studies published in a 2010 Current Biology journal article, comes fascination.