The trailer for Tom Hanks’s new movie ‘A Man Called Otto’ alters the movie’s tone and excludes a major plot point — one that audience members should be made aware of before watching
In honor of the ‘Lord of the Rings’ writer and medieval scholar, here are some facts and trivia about the life of J.R.R. Tolkien.
With London Fashion Week beginning during a national period of mourning, the British Fashion Council announced some major changes, and two major brands canceled shows
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Whether through conducting, performing, arranging, composing or teaching, Barlow Bradford has elevated Utah’s already robust music scene through his tireless passion and in-depth musical knowledge.
In an era of ease, we have to manufacture humbling experiences for our kids. That’s not a bad thing.
The surging suicide numbers among teens can’t be solved easily, but I believe acceptance is key.
Beatrix Potter was as delightful as the characters she created. She struggled through a challenging, often unsympathetic, childhood, youth, and even womanhood before her gifts bloomed and she found her own happiness.
For Utahns, the new “Vikings: Beyond the Legend” exhibit at the Natural History Museum of Utah may be more than a casual stop between the dinosaurs and the lapis lazuli.
Actor John Boyega, who plays the First Order-turned-Resistance fighter, said Tuesday that his character will be a “big deal” in the upcoming eighth Star Wars film
Best-selling author Dan Wells joins the show to discuss the state of the Star Trek franchise. Dan and host Adam Mangum discuss the movies, the upcoming TV series and more.
David Ivers announced on May 3 that he has accepted the artistic director position at another regional theater and will be stepping down from the Utah Shakespeare Festival later this month.
Turning professional is not easy. It takes sacrifice and courage. But when we find our life’s mission, that’s where the magic happens.
You may not have the luxury of hand-picking where you live. But research shows you can come to love it anyway.
The recently Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” (TV-MA) tells the story of a teen girl who took her life as a result of several instances that she recorded on a series of tapes. This story gives another side to the coin from those affected by suicide.
The tale of a mermaid who falls in love with a prince and is willing to give up her life under the sea for a life on land is brought to the stage as Ballet West’s annual family series returns with its production of “The Little Mermaid.”
I’m so grateful to be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints where this idea of a bonded sisterhood isn’t just an artistic portrayal — it’s an actuality.
There’s a new trailer for “Cars 3,” and it looks as if the franchise — often filled with lighthearted jokes and excitement — may take a darker tone.
What can a nearly forgotten set of 58 masterful etchings by a man once called one of the great artists of the 20th century tell us about the state of religious art in America?
From rediscovered manuscripts to triumphs of the human spirit, 2015 was a terrific year for books.
Natural History Museum of Utah holds its third annual Indian Art Market Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015.
The Urban Arts Festival on Saturday offered visitors a variety of live music and performances on three stages, as well as access to food trucks and live street art exhibits. Many artists claim the festival as a beginning to their careers.
The 39th annual Utah Arts Festival is poised to bring a variety of local, national and international art to Salt Lake City.