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6 Wine Bars To Visit Around Salt Lake City

Before I worked in the ski industry, I got my feet wet in the wine world while working at small wine shops in Boulder, Colorado. I immersed myself in learning about different grape varietals, aging methods, growing techniques and of course, the requisite tasting of fun and funky bottles. After moving to Utah and doing some research to get my wine fix in my new home state, I found there were hidden wine connoisseurs at wine bars around the state—happy to share their favorite bottles they’d worked...
Tags: Utah, California, America, Sport, Skiing, Brussels, Salt Lake City, Park City, BTG, Sierra, Rioja, Salt Lake, Courtney, Boulder Colorado, BTG Wine Bar, Pago Pago


Episode #89: Book Report

Book report time! In this episode, we are each sharing three books we’ve read recently as well as some Instagram accounts we are enjoying following. You can stream the episode here on the blog or on  iTunes ,  Spotify ,  Google Play ,  TuneIn ,  Pocket Casts , and  Stitcher . You can find the podcast posts archive here . Big thanks to our sponsors this week! Be sure to check out the offers from Agility, Bev, Modern Fertility and Magic Spoon! And if you’re ever looking for a sponsor code, you...
Tags: Utah, Podcast, Usa, Instagram, Matthew Mcconaughey, Obama, US, Gmo, Canada, Hillary Clinton, United States, Salt Lake City, Kardashian, Bob, Jeremy, John Legend


Minnesota duo fined over Salt Lake skirmish: MLS

Los Angeles (AFP) – Minnesota United duo Hassani Dotson and Chase Gasper have been fined an undisclosed amount for their part in a postgame skirmish following the team’s defeat to Real Salt Lake last weekend,... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Minnesota, Sport, Soccer, Mls, Real Salt Lake, Afp, Salt Lake, Chase Gasper, Hassani Dotson, Los Angeles AFP Minnesota United


Angels Q&A: Potential trade targets for the rotation?

The Angels are 12-11 as they enjoy what will be their only off day in a 27-day span on Thursday, so it provides a good time to stop and answer some questions. As usual, most of your questions focused on the pitching – or lack thereof – and what the Angels can do about it, with a good dose of Shohei Ohtani questions mixed in. Q: Same question every season, what are the possible starting pitching trade options? — @BrokenHalo1979 A: It is still April, so it’s not really time to be asking this quest...
Tags: Boston, Angels, Sports, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Gm, Mlb, Kansas City, Major League Baseball, Los Angeles Angels, Kansas City Royals, Rockies, Joe, Gray, Salt Lake


‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’ Season 2 Trailer: The Trailer Post

Hello, this is the High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Season 2 Trailer: The Trailer Post. That’s right – we’re giving you the trailer for the second season of the musical TV series that’s based on High School Musical. Got that? Good, let’s continue. The second season returns to East High, where the East High Wildcats are preparing to perform Beauty and the Beast as their spring musical. Singing ensues. Watch the High School Musical: The Musical: The Series season 2 trailer below, won’...
Tags: Television, Movies, New York City, Disney, Jack, Derek Hough, Antoine, Lily, Zack, Salt Lake, EVAN HANSEN, Howie, TV Trailer, Kate Reinders, East High Wildcats, East High


Sandy Melville: Silver to Slopes

A century and a half ago, Utah's mountains were the home of boomtowns as silver mining flourished across the Wasatch from Little Cottonwood to Big Cottonwood and over Guardsman Pass to Park City. Today, the same slopes that harbored valuable ore are the home of some of the worlds greatest ski resorts. In this episode of Last Chair, skier and mining historian Sandy Melville takes us on a virtual tour of the amazing mining structures that still exist at . The Bonanza Express base at Park City...
Tags: Utah, London, California, Sport, Skiing, Italy, Brighton, Wisconsin, Cardiff, Nevada, Keystone, North America, Jupiter, Park City, Saints, Nelson


Steve Sullivan: Stio - A Brand for the Mountain West

The outdoor adventure clothing brand has been showing up more and more at Utah ski resorts. Founder Steve ‘Sulli' Sullivan grew up in neighboring Colorado but spent a lot of time in Utah's red rock desert and snow-covered mountains. Today, he puts his passion for the mountain west into the fast-rising  brand. He spoke to Last Chair about his love for the outdoors and how it's embodied in his brand. Sullivan was born in the midwest but moved to western Colorado when he was 10. His uncle lov...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Utah, Japan, Colorado, San Francisco, Linkedin, Sport, Ted, Noah, Wyoming, Skiing, Brighton, Moab, Switzerland, Michigan


Angels’ Jo Adell motivated after dismal rookie season

TEMPE, Ariz. — When Jo Adell looks back on his rookie season, he doesn’t see a .161 batting average, far too many strikeouts or a ball hitting his glove and popping over the fence. All of that, in Adell’s eyes, was just the opportunity to improve. “Having immediate success right off the bat would be great, absolutely,” Adell said. “But this was the best thing for me, to be able to have that type of struggle, to be able to take a step back and go, ‘Hey, you know what, Jo, you got some stuff you g...
Tags: Angels, Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Los-angeles-angels, Alexander, Anaheim, Jo, Justin Upton, Salt Lake, Dexter Fowler, Joe Maddon, Tempe Ariz, Maddon


Jeremy Jones: Progressing Sport at Woodward

Growing up in the Salt Lake Valley in the '80s, Jeremy Jones developed a knack for searching out urban skate and snowboard venues to feed his passion. Today, the sport legend has found it all under one roof as snow manager at . Founded as a gymnastics camp in the hills of Pennsylvania a half century ago, today the   brand is bringing progression in sport for kids of all ages to snow-covered mountains across America. This episode of Last Chair: The Ski Utah Podcast take you to the brand new ...
Tags: Utah, Colorado, America, Sport, Pennsylvania, Skiing, Brighton, Wisconsin, Kmart, Salt Lake City, Jeremy, Montreal, Park City, Jones, Burton, Tom


Chris McCandless: Little Cottonwood Via Gondola

Chris McCandless grew up in Little Cottonwood Canyon, dropping powder lines as a kid and hiking Superior in the summertime. It's a place near and dear to his heart. Three or four days a week you might find him driving up the canyon where the decision of the morning is , or backcountry - all the way up just soaking in the scenery. Chris is like many of us and certainly not immune to having those moments of solitude soaked up by traffic jams on SR210. But amidst a broad public discussion on ...
Tags: Europe, Utah, Texas, Boston, Sport, Skiing, Brighton, Switzerland, Wisconsin, Salt Lake City, Park City, Ada, Forest Service, Jon Krakauer, Chris, Toledo


The Seeholzers: Family Story of Beaver Mountain

Mountain manager Travis Seeholzer and I slid off the Harry's Dream Lift at , looking out on the vast expanse of state and national forest between Logan and . It's a magical view, with hoar frost on the trees and three to four inches of fluffy powder blanketing the mountainside. You instantly know you're at a unique place when random skiing guests come up to say hi to the resort owner by name. It's a midweek morning and we have, essentially, a small private ski area with friends today. It's...
Tags: Utah, France, America, Sport, Ted, United States, Wyoming, Idaho, Skiing, Harry, Kim, Quinn, Utah State, Midwest, Tom, Logan


Lamont Joseph White: Skiing in Color

Over the past year, our nation has been gripped in a discussion on racism. As skiers and snowboarders, how does that impact us in a sport that's not exactly known for its diversity? How inviting are we to minorities? How can we all help to change? What does it feel like as a Black skier or rider? And what contributions do Blacks make to the lifestyle of our sport? This episode of Last Chair takes a look at skiing and snowboarding through the eyes and art of a Black snowboarder, Lamont Josep...
Tags: Utah, New York, Mexico, New York City, America, Sport, Brooklyn, Pennsylvania, Skiing, Steelers, Queens, New Jersey, Brighton, Manhattan, Rob, Michigan


VIDEO: Mitt Romney called 'traitor' on flight from Salt Lake to DC

"Traitor! Traitor! Traitor! " passengers on a flight from Salt Lake City to Washington, D. C. yelled at Utah Sen. Mitt Romney on...
Tags: Utah, Washington, Mitt Romney, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake


Ski Utah Resort Histories | Brighton Resort

The History of Brighton Resort  
 Established: 1936
 Claim to Fame: Utah’s O.G. resort

 Unique Character: 
As Utah’s oldest resort, the history and character of is apparent the moment you arrive. Brighton is one of the few resorts that has high-speed access to all points in the resort and tons of night skiing acreage. Brighton is often the first resort in Utah to start spinning lifts each season. Terrain InfoBrighton encompasses three peaks gracing the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon...
Tags: Utah, Sport, United States, Idaho, Skiing, Brighton, Army, Rob, Park City, Smith, Catherine, Wallis, Silver Lake, Alta, U S Forest Service, Doyle


Inspo

Wasatch Hang Gliding LLC writes: Kind of the last place to land if you don't climb out so it would be a very big deal to lose. Inspo is a magical sight. Send photos if you got em, help keep this LZ alive. Lance Merrill writes: Provo City has started preliminary plans and some subsurface work for a new city park at 3800 N. Canyon Rd. This is the field many hang gliders have been using for an LZ for several years. I am on the planning committee for this park. Their latest renderings have some...
Tags: Utah, Salt Lake, Provo City, Wasatch Hang Gliding LLC, Lance Merrill


Nikki Champion: Outdoor Adventurer Helping Keep Backcountry Safe

Imagine boots on snow for 12 months a year. From the towering peaks of Denali and Rainier, to the powder-filled backcountry of Utah's Wasatch Range, that's the life of Nikki Champion. It's a long way from the young girl who was chasing gates as a ski racer in Michigan. Today, she's a vital link in helping keep Utah's backcountry safe as a forecaster with the . As her name implies, Nikki truly championed her own path–moving from Michigan to Colorado to attend college and quickly discovering ...
Tags: Utah, National Weather Service, Colorado, Montana, Washington, Sport, West, Alaska, Skiing, Moab, Wisconsin, Michigan, Salt Lake City, Denver, Pacific Northwest, Forest Service


USC quotable: Clay Helton, Kedon Slovis, Kana’i Mauga weigh in on win over Utah

Here are some highlights from the press conferences following USC’s 33-17 win over Utah: Head coach Clay Helton Opening statement: “What a great win for our football team. To come to Salt Lake, which is a really tough place to play, to go against a Kyle Whittingham team that is in my opinion one of the best coaches in the country and to come out of here with a win — which was a big win for us and for our season, really proud of our kids. I thought the storyline tonight, one, was our defense. I...
Tags: Utah, Colorado, Sports, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Graham, Salt Lake City, Stephen, Usc, Kyle, Salt Lake, Vic, Clay Helton, Kenan, Harrell


I'm a 36-year-old luxury real estate agent in Park City, Utah, where the market is sizzling and we're seeing a huge influx of Silicon Valley workers

Liza Story is a Park City, Utah, native and has been working in real estate since 2009. Liza Story Liza Story is a 36-year-old realtor in Park City, Utah — a 40-minute drive from Salt Lake City — where the real estate market is hot. During the pandemic, she's noticed a barrage of buyers fleeing California to escape wildfires and city lockdowns; people who can now do their jobs from anywhere want to live in the mountains.  Park City is an easy sell, given its beautiful location, small-town ...
Tags: Colorado, California, Trends, Silicon Valley, Salt Lake City, Park City, Colony, Bay Area, Old Town, Northern California, Sotheby s International Realty, Park City Utah, Gibson, Salt Lake, Sotheby, Deer Valley


Art All Around at The New SLC

words by Melissa FieldsIf you’ve ever peered out the airplane window as your flight makes its final approach into Salt Lake City, then you know. There, framing downtown Salt Lake City’s distinctive urban core, is the majestic Wasatch Mountain Range, home to some of the world’s most renowned ski and snowboard resorts, located just minutes from where your plane is about to touch down. And so it is fitting that, when the Salt Lake Department of Airports began concepting a new airport terminal, it l...
Tags: Utah, Sport, Skiing, Tsa, Salt Lake City, Jackson, Austin Texas, Ogden, Salt Lake, Salt Lake City International Airport, Bloom, Wasatch Mountains, Huether, Wasatch Mountain Range, Levi Jackson, New SLC


Family Ski Resort Guide | Brian Head Resort

Utah’s two most iconic landscapes meld into a scene unlike any other at . Stark blue desert skies contrast with distant red rocks and the white snow below your feet; this is a special place. As Utah’s southernmost ski area, Brian Head is located in the Dixie National Forest near , just four hours from Salt Lake and three hours from Las Vegas. A weekend trip to Brian Head is ideal for families who want to pair their adventure with any of the three National Parks nearby. With fewer crowds visiting...
Tags: Utah, America, Sport, National Parks, Skiing, Brian, Starbucks, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Sugarloaf, Hunter, UT, Salt Lake, Provo, Navajo, Bryce Canyon


Salt Lake City

Where do you buy your storage food from? Several of the actual food suppliers are from Utah and surrounding region. Augason is from Salt Lake. Rainy Day is from Idaho. MH is in Oregon. Pleasant Hill is from Nebraska. Honeyville is from Ogden. Thrive is from rural Utah. If you are some guy thinking you can make a killing scamming preppers on storage food then being in Salt lake means your supply chain is very short. All you need is to negotiate with the big boys for private labeling and ...
Tags: Google, Utah, Idaho, Iowa, Salt Lake City, Weapon, Food and water, Kroger, Salt Lake, Augason, Salt Lake Rainy Day, Oregon Pleasant Hill, Nebraska Honeyville, Ogden Thrive, Salt Lake Prep


College Ski and Snowboard Clubs in Utah

It is no secret that education is not the only reason students attend college in Utah. Utah’s world-renowned terrain and yearly snowfall totals, also influence soon-to-be college students. With so many colleges in Utah to choose from it is no easy task for students to decide where to spend the next four years of their life. Luckily, there are several options when it comes to selecting a college near one of Utah’s fifteen extraordinary resorts. This article will provide an inside look at Utah’s m...
Tags: Utah, Sport, Skiing, Brighton, Ski Club, Utah State, University of Utah, Salt Lake, Southern Utah University, Westminster College, Rotunda, Utah Utah, Snowboard Club, Wasatch Mountain Range, Snowboard Clubs, Westminster College Ski


Firefighters battle exhaustion along with wildfire flames

By LINDSAY WHITEHURST | Associated Press BEAVERCREEK, Ore. — They work 50 hours at a stretch and sleep on gymnasium floors. Exploding trees shower them with embers. They lose track of time when the sun is blotted out by smoke, and they sometimes have to run for their lives from advancing flames. Firefighters trying to contain the massive wildfires in Oregon, California and Washington state are constantly on the verge of exhaustion as they try to save suburban houses, including some in their own ...
Tags: Utah, News, California, Washington, Oregon, California News, Sport, Ap, Soccer, Wildfires, Portland, Barnes, Salt Lake, El Dorado, Creek, McAdoo


Welcome to The New Salt Lake City International Airport

Planning for the world’s first new hub airport of the 21st century began more than 20 years ago, resulting in a facility that’s easy to navigate, chockful of passenger amenities and an apt reflection of Utah’s well-known natural beauty. Following is a rundown of what you can expect on your next visit to The New . Amenities Aplenty The number one request from two years of passenger surveys used to design The New SLC? Better Wi-Fi. As such, the new terminal has been installed with a robust...
Tags: Utah, Sport, Skiing, Salt Lake City, Frye, Salt Lake, Wasatch Range, Shake Shack, Blue Lemon, SLC Airport, Huether, Nancy Volmer, New Salt Lake City International Airport, New SLC, Gordon Huether, Traci O'Very Covey


The New Salt Lake City International Airport Is Built For Skiers & Snowboarders

A phased overhaul to the Salt Lake City International Airport incorporates a massive amount of upgrades for travelers, but more importantly for skiers and snowboarders, an improved baggage system that optimizes handling of oversized baggage. Breaking ground in 2014, upgrades to the existing intend to better serve fliers, replacing the five existing concourses with two streamlined, linear concourses, connected via tunnel. Phase one of this $4-billion-dollar mega project is open for tr...
Tags: Utah, Sport, Skiing, Tsa, Salt Lake City, Sundance Resort, Salt Lake City Airport, Salt Lake, Salt Lake City International Airport, Lexi, New Salt Lake City International Airport, New SLC


Galaxy and LAFC games postponed as MLS players protest racial injustice

Five of the six Major League Soccer games scheduled for Wednesday were postponed, including LAFC’s contest at Real Salt Lake and the Galaxy’s home game against Seattle, as players on those teams chose not to play in a statement against racial injustice. The decision by the teams came on the same day that games in the NBA, WNBA and Major League Baseball were also postponed as players protested the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Sunday. MLS said Wednesday’s games will be ...
Tags: Sweden, Sports, America, Sport, Soccer, Nba, Mls, San Jose, Major League Soccer, Seattle, Social Justice, Major League Baseball, Seattle Sounders, Real Salt Lake, Carlos Vela, Kenosha


LAFC loses reigning MLS MVP Carlos Vela to knee injury

Carlos Vela made his long-awaited return to the Los Angeles Football Club lineup Saturday, but the excitement level was subsided as he left the field with an injury in the second half . Saturday was Vela’s first game since March 8. Vela, who missed the MLS is Back Tournament last month to remain home with his wife during her pregnancy, left the game against Galaxy in the 57th minute and coach Bob Bradley speculated that it was an MCL injury. Tuesday, Bradley confirmed what he expected: Vela suff...
Tags: Colorado, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Portland, Mls, Major League Soccer, Real Salt Lake, Orlando, Carlos Vela, Vela, Lafc, Bradley, Salt Lake Tribune, Bradley Wright Phillips, Diego Rossi


Luke Bodensteiner Talks New Potential and a Possible New Olympics in Utah

In the thick of the elite winter sport scene for more than 25 years. That would in part define Luke Bodensteiner. He strung together an Olympic cross-country ski career and ended his over two-decade stint at U.S. Ski & Snowboard as their Chief of Sport . For roughly the past year, Bodensteiner has worn two hats at the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation (UOLF): Chief of Sport Development and GM of Soldier Hollow (SoHo), the cross-country and biathlon venue from the 2002 Games. The SoHo part of h...
Tags: Utah, Japan, General, News, La, America, Spain, Sport, Barcelona, United States, Skiing, Gm, Tokyo, Norway, Salt Lake City, Park City


Spend a Full Saturday at Utah Olympic Park

Great news! Did you know that you don't need to be an Olympian to enjoy Utah's Olympic venues? That's right, in Park City was built for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games and is also open to the public. While the venue continues to host international competitions and serves as a training facility, this nearly 400-acre venue boasts one of the steepest ziplines in the world and a state-of-the-art alpine slide, as well as the Comet Bobsled to name a few thris.  Got a full day? Guaranteed, t...
Tags: Utah, Sport, Skiing, Park City, G Force, Uop, National Team, Salt Lake, Utah Olympic Park, Alf Engen Ski Museum, Kimball Junction, Eccles Salt Lake, Park City Film


An influencer management company wants to buy an LA mansion for up to $8 million to kickstart its new TikTok comedy group

The Spacestation, a creator-focused company that operates a variety of businesses in categories like talent management, esports, and influencer marketing, is launching a new TikTok content house in September.  The company is looking to spend between $5 and $8 million on a Los Angeles mansion where its new comedy collective, "Camp Sike," will produce content for platforms like YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok.  The Spacestation hopes that Camp Sike's comedy niche will serve as a differentiator wh...
Tags: Utah, Florida, Hollywood, California, Youtube, La, US, Toronto, Los Angeles, Trends, Atlanta, Canada, House, Vine, Las Vegas, Orlando