City Weekly - City Guide <![CDATA[Nosh Around the Clock ]]> By Ted Scheffler

There are folks who love breakfast more than any meal, and some who skip it altogether. Some people use the power lunch to seal business deals, while others consider brunch the best meal of the entire]]>
<![CDATA[Think Outside the Veggie Burger ]]> By Amanda Rock

If you’re stuck in the ’90s, thinking that vegetarian food is nothing more than tofu and salads, you are so wrong—especially in Salt Lake City. ]]>
<![CDATA[Bar Exam ]]> By City Weekly Staff

There’s no better way to take the temperature of a city than to look at its bar scene. And Salt Lake City’s continues to grow: More bars open every year, next to old stalwarts that’ve been pouring the strong stuff since ]]>
<![CDATA[Ear Openers ]]> By Kolbie Stonehocker

It’s not a rare thing for me to attend a concert and hear the band say something like, “We love playing in Salt Lake City; this place is awesome.” And with our vibrant music scene, f]]>
<![CDATA[Resort Report ]]> By L. Clark Tate

Fourteen ski hills (11 within an hour of Salt Lake City) sprawl across Utah’s topographical wonderland—and each and every one wants you. This year’s prices, pass benefits and on-moun]]>
<![CDATA[No Ski Zone ]]> By Kathleen Curry & Geoff Griffin

While the slopes surrounding Salt Lake City provide world-class skiing and snowboarding, whisking down the mountain is just the beginning of the fun you can have in the powder or at the resorts during]]>
<![CDATA[Get Around ]]> By Ivy Smith

Utah commuters have a way to get anywhere they want downtown, and many places beyond, without having to rely on too much driving or even walking. The main source of public transportation is the ]]>
<![CDATA[Choose Your Own Shopping Adventure ]]> By Rachel Piper

Dedicated shoppers know there’s more to shopping than just, well, shopping. An afternoon of browsing designed to help you forget your troubles isn’t the same as quickly grabbing a gift for]]>
<![CDATA[Exploration of the Arts]]> By Scott Renshaw

Sometimes you want to dip your toes into an area’s arts scene—and sometimes you’re ready to take a cannonball leap. Utah’s scene presents a wide range of options for arts exper]]>
<![CDATA[SLC Emissaries ]]> By City Weekly Staff

It’s tough to get to know a city without a guide—not a tour director, but someone who knows the cool spots and will introduce you to people who’ll make you feel at home. ]]>
<![CDATA[Tour of the Town ]]> By City Weekly Staff

Salt Lake City isn’t the biggest metropolis in the country, but that just makes it easier to get around, explore and become involved in its many diverse neighborhoods. ]]>
<![CDATA[Go the Distance ]]> By Ben McAdams

We live in an exciting metropolitan area—home to professional sports teams, premier symphony, opera and ballet offerings, world-class ski resorts, fantastic restaurants and nightlife and a major international airport. ]]>
<![CDATA[Gay Ol' Utah ]]> By Babs De Lay

If you are an LGBT person moving to Utah or have just arrived, do not panic. Breathe—deeper. Sit down, have a latte and read. ]]>
<![CDATA[Speakin' Yer Mormon ]]> By Sister Dottie S. Dixon

Welcome. So ya just moved ta Zion, not ta worry and such as that. This place is geographically beautiful and divershul, even though people-wise and monticulturally, we are somewhat caddywampus! ]]>
<![CDATA[Pop-Up Neighborhoods ]]> By Colin Wolf & Rachel Piper

Whether you’re new to town or have been a Salt Laker for years, there are areas of the city you probably haven’t yet explored. Use this guide to investigate a new ’hood and discover options for living, recreating]]>
<![CDATA[Mall Hop ]]> By Whitney Forslund

If you ever have a full day to yourself with some extra cash tucked away in your wallet, a day visiting Salt Lake City’s shopping districts is a day well spent. A true shopping experience isn’t simply trying on clothes, ]]>
<![CDATA[A Day at the Museum ]]> By Randy Harward

Locals and visitors can really discover Salt Lake City—and the world—by seeing it through its art and artifacts, and the wide-eyed, sharp-tongued critiques of children. ]]>
<![CDATA[Why I Create in Utah ]]> By City Weekly Staff

It’s been said that creativity, at its essence, is subversive—an attempt to overthrow or uproot structures of authority, including the state. In a “red” state such as Utah—one that celebrates the conservatism ]]>
<![CDATA[Sports Night ]]> By Dan Nailen

Salt Lake City is becoming increasingly urbane in many aspects, and local sports fans are enjoying the benefits as much as foodies or fashionistas. From major-league sports to top-tier college athletics to minor-league ]]>
<![CDATA[Get Out ]]> By Rachel Piper

Nothing beats life in the city, but even the most devout city lovers get sick of Salt Lake City’s slushy sidewalks and grimy gutters after a few months of winter—especially if they’re runners. ]]>