The Salt Lake Film Society promotes diverse, thoughtful film exhibition and supports film creation. It operates and maintains the historic Tower Theatre and Broadway Centre Cinemas, using those venues to screen artistic, American-independent, and foreign-language films, as well as to host events and programs that enrich the community. A yearlong membership to the SLFS at the Super 8 level provides numerous benefits, including two complimentary film admissions, four discount admissions, two free Tower video rentals, an SLFS T-shirt, priority purchase privileges for events, free admission to six annual members-only sneak peek screenings, and more.
Makeup artist Isaac Meyers has accentuated the faces of Rihanna, Adriana Lima, and Etta James. He makes over models for L'Oreal Paris and Maybelline's red-carpet soirees. He travels all over Europe, primping subjects for photo shoots. But you don't have to be a model or celebrity to benefit from his experience: Meyers lends his expertise to courses for novices that cover beauty, fashion, and makeup in all its forms.
The guides at Salt Lake Bicycle Tours are certain that Salt Lake City might not be what you thought it was. During tours, they guide groups on two wheels through a variety of local highlights?in addition to a handful of well-kept secrets?cruising on comfortable, upright bikes through the city. Three-hour tours follow a giant loop around the city, passing by the original Union Pacific train depot and modern architectural marvels before landing on back at the start. Visitors with less time or a deep-seated fear of the number three can opt for the quick one-hour tour instead.
Good things come in groups of 12??months, cupcakes, and toes, to name a few. Perhaps that's why The Massage Center handpicked exactly two dozen expert massage therapists to rid the community of chronic aches. The massage menu is structured to fit the needs of the individual with a wide array of techniques, ranging from flowing Swedish strokes to shiatsu to deep-tissue pressure for lower-layer aches.
In business for over 20 years, the Ruby River Steakhouse is a town fixture. Voted Utah’s Best Steak several times over the years, it’s not hard to see, or taste, why. Great care is taken to ensure each steak is served tender and aged, just to the right amount. First-time guests should try one of Ruby River’s award winning steaks: Steak Oscar, Gorgonzola New York, Pepper Bacon Sirloin, Filet Mignon or the classic T-Bone Steak. Lunch is just as appetizing with a Ruby Steak Sandwich, a French Dip or a Mushroom Swiss Burger as just some of the many options. Enjoy Ruby River’s handcrafted root beer with your meal, or step it up with the River Runner which features four types of blended rum, crème de banana and a bit of cranberry and pineapple juice; it’s just the sweetness needed to complement the savory food flavors. Catering services are available for parties of almost any size as long as advance notice is provided.
Whispers cafe's crew brews organic coffee and loose-leaf teas and whips up paninis and pastries. Diners can select hot, iced, or blended drinks from a chalkboard menu, which boasts 21 flavors of loose-leaf tea ($2+). Organic ingredients form the building blocks of dulcet brews—such as Milky Way mocha ($4.50+) and raspberry truffle ($4.50+)—to pacify demanding sweet teeth. Take the facemask off your football helmet to nibble a tuna-melt panini, an adhesion of white tuna and cheddar cheese between crisp slices of focaccia bread ($6), or silence vociferous, curmudgeonly bellies with a vegan sausage casserole packed with vegan cheeses, meat-free sausage, and robust seasonings ($6.50).