“Captain Underpants” provides young kids with a hilarious, gag-filled movie while providing young adults who grew up reading the books with a good dose of nostalgia.
Tyler Groth and his twin brother Travis will be two of eight drivers coming to the Vivint Arena as a part of Monster Jam’s Triple Threat Series, which is their first stop of 2017.
EVE WinterFest is one of many family friendly New Year’s Eve events in the Salt Lake area this weekend.
Cirque Dreams will bring its popular holiday show “Cirque Dreams Holidaze” to Salt Lake City from Dec. 29-31 at the Eccles Center Theater. Founder Neil Goldberg describes the show as a can’t miss holiday experience.
Ice Castles is set to return to Midway and other locations around the country after Christmas. Founder Brent Christensen hopes they provide a transportive experience for visitors.
Six local artists — Greg Olsen, Jenedy Paige, Brian Kershisnik, Clinton Whiting, Liz Lemon Swindle and Sabrina Squires — share their experiences and perspectives of painting the Nativity scene.
Disney Channel’s new TV series “Andi Mack,” a coming-of-age show from the creators of “Lizzie McGuire,” finishes up filming in Salt Lake City and is set to debut in 2017.
“La La Land” is a musical written and directed by Damien Chazelle, who hopes to capture the magic of the Golden Age musicals while incorporating modern, updated themes that can resonate with audiences today.
An 1860s LDS photo album sold at Heritage Auctions for $35,000. At the same auction, Elder Ezra T. Benson’s presentation gold pocket watch sold for $20,000. An early master plan of Salt Lake will be up for auction at Christie’s on Dec. 14.
Jim Gaffigan will be performing twice at the Vivint Arena in December as a part of his Fully Dressed tour. The second performance was recently added due to popular demand.
Apostle Ezra T. Benson’s presentation gold pocket watch from 1856 and a photo album from the 1860s featuring several LDS Church leaders are up for auction in Dallas this Saturday.
Macy’s’ fifth year of doing the candy windows, which is sponsored this year by Sinclair Oil, will feature six artists creating giant candy ornaments honoring the holiday season and family traditions.
For Lukas Forchhammer, lead singer of Danish band Lukas Graham, family is what is most important in his life. Lukas Graham is set to perform at The Complex in Salt Lake City on Nov. 16.
After hitting the film festival rounds and receiving high praise, Denis Villeneuve’s “Arrival” comes to theaters nationwide on Nov. 11.
In honor of the upcoming release of Marvel’s “Doctor Strange,” here is a list of 10 lesser-known characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the DC Extended Universe that are set for major future roles.
While not everyone is a fan of the horror genre, people who like horror movies are attracted for various reasons, which include horror films giving an adrenaline rush, discussing religious and societal issues and providing good social opportunities.
A new stained glass window is now on display at the BYU Museum of Art, which originated from the First Presbyterian Church of Astoria in New York. Other stain glass windows from this church are in the Provo City Center and Star Valley Wyoming temples
“Splinters of a Nation” is a documentary that tells the stories of the German prisoners of war that were held in Utah during World War II and will premier on KUED on Monday, Oct. 24, at 8 p.m.
Sego is a band originating from Utah that will be returning to Utah to perform three different shows in St. George, Logan and Provo.
Colbie Caillat will be performing in Park City on Oct. 14 as a part of her first acoustic tour and will perform songs from her recently released album “The Malibu Sessions.”
The upcoming movie “Spirit of the Game” tells the story of the Mormon Yankees, who used basketball as a means to forward the missionary work in Australia from 1937 to 1961.
Fighting zombies, swimming with sharks, riding roller coasters and more are now an option at Virtualities, one of the first virtual reality cinemas that is at The Gateway.
Nine talented young musicians graced Abravanel Hall for the 57th annual Salute to Youth concert with the Utah Symphony.
Utah Museum of Fine Art, along with Dia Art Foundation and the Great Salt Lake Institute at Westminster College, will host a community meet-up at Spiral Jetty on Oct. 1 to educate Utah residents about the iconic land art that is Spiral Jetty.
The Utah Film Center will present the sixth annual Tumbleweeds Film Festival Sept. 23-25, which will provide a unique, cultural experience with its slate of independent and foreign films aimed at children of all ages.
The musical production “America Nine-Eleven” shares the stories of those who experienced the events of Sept. 11, 2001, and will premiere at Covey Center in Provo on Sept. 9.