Joshua Payne Orchestra @ Bar X 11.25

The Joshua Payne Orchestra serenaded cocktail connoisseurs at Bar X on Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012.

Snowbasin Opening Weekend 11.22 - 11.25

Snowbasin opened on Thanksgiving Day with only one chair open, but that didn't stop the 1,500-plus people from bringing in the new winter season. If you have never been to Snowbasin, you should start thinking about it. This place is the most beautiful resort you will see in Utah, from their amazing terrain and great views to the classiest lodges both on and off the hill. Also, the pocket terrain parks throughout the mid-mountain run makes ignites laps through the resort. On my second day at Snowbasin, Jason Dyer sent me out with team rider Cody Lee to take some laps and see what we could produce. Photos: Jake Vivori

Paris Is Burning @ Brewvies 11.15

The Utah Film Center and Brewvies presented a special screening of Jennie Livingston's film "Paris Is Burning" as part of the "Damn These Heels" series. Photos: Paul Duane

Winter Farmers Market 11.17

The first Winter Farmers Market was held at the Rico Warehouse on 545 W. 700 S. in Salt Lake, November 17 from 10 a.m. till 3 p.m.  Photos: Robin Sessions

Park City Opening Day 11.17

Park City opened Saturday Nov. 17th on a rainy day, but that didn't stop PCMR lovers from celebrating the new season.  Despite the rain, PCMR was once again on point and opened a two-hit jump line, giving those notorious park rats just what they need: some hangtime.  Look for those PC opening day edits to start dropping this week, and check out as well as for the latest updates at PCMR. Photos: Jake Vivori

Brighton Opening Day 11.13

Brighton Resort opened Nov. 13, 2012 and kicked off the year right with a beautiful bluebird day. With people hootin' and a hollerin', the vibe was set for another season at Brighton Resort. Photos: Jake Vivori

Local Artist Night @ Garage On Beck 11.11

Every Sunday at the Garage on Beck, Duncan Phillips, local musician and son to the late folk artist Utah Phillips, hosts local artists for a few hours of live, acoustic music. On Sunday, Nov. 11 there were only four artists invited, so the show was performed in two sets. The first set was played by Cory Monn and Jim Fish, the second set we heard Morgan Snow, Jordan Yound and Duncan Phillips himself. Every show is free and open to the public. There is nothing better then listening to live music while enjoying your drink and great food from the Garage's pretty impressive menu. Support Local! photos: cezaryna

Matt and Kim @ In the Venue 11.01 with Oberhofer

 Matt and Kim really know how to throw a party. Balloons, confetti, digital fireworks and a whole lotta booty shakin' comprised their set at In The Venue. Brooklyn rockers Oberhofer opened the show.  Photos: Jake Vivori