The Belletristic Literary Club formed in Layton in 1956. For 62 years, members have been meeting monthly to discuss everything from historical figures to Mormon poetry.
A book club started by pioneers in the 1890s is still around today, in present-day Heber.
The new display of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs at the BYU MOA is an exhibition everyone should see — to provide perspective and inspire compassion.
This group of women has grown together from being young married students to mothers and friends who have supported each other through loss and life changes.
Jess Smart Smiley’s newest book inspires children and adults alike to create their own comics.
Alpine Community Theater presents “Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat,” which might just be the perfect show to introduce your kids to theater.
Ta’u Pupu’a went from humble beginnings to an opera star with a quick stop in the NFL along the way.
Harry Potter fans unite to celebrate the wizarding world and Harry Potter’s birthday. Events include quidditch, cake and more; many of them are also free of charge!
Despite some odd choices that briefly distract, SCERA’s “Big River” features a wonderfully talented cast and a magical set.
Peggy Spute shares how much her forty-year-old book club and its traditions, including a yearly sleepover, mean to her.
Contemporary artist Nina Katchadourian turned her curiosity about the world into interactive art.
Pioneer Theatre Company is offering a new discount to patrons age 35 and under beginning in the 2018-19 season.
From Dog Lake to Lambs Canyon, ‘Best Hikes’ author Lori J. Lee gives her expert recommendations.
BYU Museum of Art curator Kenneth Hartvigsen knew two years ago he wanted to curate an exhibit as a response to the plight of refugees. Now, that goal has come to fruition in a three-part exhibit.
Hale Center Theater Orem produces the musical “Annie” with a sincere and sincerely talented cast that performs songs and stunning choreography with infectious enthusiasm.
Jim Christensen, a humble woodworker who never before considered himself an artist, is getting an introduction to the world of fine arts this summer during the Utah Arts Festival.
KT Tunstall and Kevin Griffin, the lead singer of Better Than Ezra, discuss what it’s like to tour with Barenaked Ladies.
In 1957, a group of young mothers in a brand-new neighborhood decided to start a book club. Now, 61 years later, these women have been together through ups and downs, leaning on and learning from each other through nonfiction and friendship.
From film to food to music to theater — and a handful of unique city festivals and rodeos — the Beehive State has festivals to keep you busy all summer long. Here’s a list of 50-plus festivals to consider adding to your summer calendar.
The film “In Emma’s Footsteps” will play in Utah Megaplex theaters starting June 1. Shona Kay Moyer, who plays Emma Smith, shared how portraying Emma Smith changed her life.
New details surrounding Stadium of Fire 2018 have been released, and they promise a wild ride including skydivers, stunt performers and YouTube stars.
Following the death of a close friend, a girl and her father find healing through an unorthodox way — creating a comic book together.
A children’s book group that has been meeting monthly for more than 50 years initially came out of a tragedy.
Have your royal wedding cake and eat it, too — from the comfort of your own home.