Natalie Simpson is a Lagoon Mom. She’s been taking her boys Raleigh, 11, and Crew, 13, to Lagoon since 2006.
I first went to Lagoon in 1977. I was 5 years old.
Baseball games have always added spirit to any town, but back in the days when the mines were booming.
We asked three Salt Lakers, “What’s the Best Advice Mom Gave You?”
The SLC Pride Festival began in 1974 with small crowd in a park, quietly chipping away at Utah’s conservative wall.
I Was a Teen-age Goonie: A Guide to Loving Lagoon for the Middle Aged
Cultural events you don’t want to miss.
Your guide to must-see national tours.
BY CHARISSA CHE Maybe it’s masochism. On April 10, Peelander-Z made a stop at Urban Lounge, and despite still-fresh memories from last year of being nearly trampled and getting stabbed in the face with a bass, I jumped at the opportunity to see them again. A few key differences between my first and latest Peelander-Z…
The Sugar House Art Walk is an interactive art event that aims to promote local art, music and food. It is held on the second Friday of each month from 6-9 pm. Guests can experience works from a variety of artists at venues across the Sugar House area. The Art Walk is free to attend…