InspectorS get SLC Airport Ready for Takeoff

Salt Lake City’s glittering new airport opened its gates to the world in September to fanfare, praise and a good amount of awe. It’s a dramatically-designed $4 billion space, with walls of windows, two linear concourses connected by a tunnel, breathtaking art installations (even in the restrooms) and dozens of new amenities for passengers, including […]

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Spotlight: Are SLC Alleys set for a comeback?

Figure 2 Plum Alley around 1910 - Courtesy of Utah Historical Society

One hundred years ago, Salt Lake City’s Plum Alley was a vital and vibrant part of life in downtown. It was the bustling heart of Chinatown and the home of the area’s Chinese residents.  Long and narrow, the alley was’s peppered with restaurants, grocery stores and —  on its seedier side — gambling establishments and opium […]

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