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Wondering what to do this week? Well, we've got your ticket. Here are our top 10 recommendations. Click on the links to learn more.
American Craft Beer Week
Celebrate Utah's craft brewers by getting your drink on. If you want to get straight to the beer, the pub crawl is for you. But if you like to ease into things, you might check out the Asana yoga, ales and brunch outing.
A movie is the way to go if you're looking for something more laid-back. Well, maybe not this movie, which returns to the primal terror of the 1979 original. Just don't spill your popcorn.
Living Traditions Festival
Let's be honest: It's all about the food. From Serbian dishes to your classic Italian fare, you really can't go wrong here. But don't forget to soak in all the internal culture, including music and dance.
It's been 26 years since the last season aired, and as you might suspect, the show is clouded in mystery. But if you're curious about what's happening in Twin Peaks two decade later, you might find some answers.
Feast at three new restaurants
The weekend is the perfect time to explore new eateries. And we've got three new ones for you to try, including a rather eclectic fusion joint and a shop that's an ode to the olive.
If the movie noir feel of this Utah Opera production isn't enough to get you in the door, maybe the surprise twist at the end will. I mean, we all know how it ends, right? Right?!? Think again. This weekend is your last chance to see it.
With events like "Blur of Fur" and "Yappy Hour," this festival caught our eye immediately. It's a four-day affair, so there's plenty of time to get your squee on.
If you saw Hernandez perform here two years ago, her look and sound might seem a little different this time around. And that's intentional.
National Choreographic Festival
This new festival is on pointe literally. The event, hosted by and featuring Ballet West, includes four dance companies that have never toured before so this is a rare opportunity to see them outside their hometowns (and save on some travel money).
Hike Babylon Arch Red Cliffs Desert Reserve
This might be a more obvious one, but who doesn't love Utah's arches? Although it's a natural beauty, the real thrill of the hike is the journey there unless you burn easily. So bring lots of sunscreen and a hat!
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