Collin is a features writer for the Deseret News. Twitter: @CollinLeonard_

Brewers in this rapidly growing market saw the negative effects of alcohol in their friends and wanted to do something about it.
Utah is home to some of the best fly-fishing in the country. How hard can it be to learn?
Highways carved up communities across the West. Can a new generation of city planners stitch them back together?
Trees are disappearing, pollution is rising and people are lonely. Can urban design save our cities and quality of life?
“Beekeeping will make you a better person,” they claimed. Then your face swells up for two days.
The president of the Ogden chapter of the NAACP discusses the history and significance of Juneteenth.
Ryan Raddon has ascended the heights of electronic music, selling out stadiums around the globe. What’s behind his radically positive influence on rave culture?
Schilling has spent a lifetime defying death, breaking records and pushing limits. Now he’s found a home in Alta, Utah.
Forget about following your bliss. Look to be a contributing part of the whole.
I love my buds. But I’d rather drink expired milk than drive from Utah to Colorado with them again.
The record-breaking snowfall reaches almost 60 feet, or 10 Shaun Whites.
Utah’s most famous and shortest lived landmark remains a mystery. The Deseret News searched for answers.
The anti-communist, anti-globalist society has worked on the fringes since the 1960s. Has its influence outgrown its membership, or are the Birchers poised for a comeback?
Forty tons of ice were hauled into the outdoor space of The Gateway in Salt Lake City for a freestyle snowboarding competition.
When Norito Myochin disappeared, his family was unable to find closure. The forgotten keepsake of a Utah family helped heal the “incomprehensible wounds of war.”
Fetterman, who suffered a stroke days before Democratic primary last year, seeks treatment for clinical depression
Provo is full of wonderful, strange and quirky history. Get off the beaten path and explore these hidden gems.
The Groundhog Day time loop is older than recorded history. Here’s how to escape it
Every city has its secrets, and Salt Lake is no exception.
You have 90 metaphorical seconds, what will you do with them?
Local customs promote a sense of belonging. When times are hard, and you don’t know your neighbors — it may be time to invent a tradition.
Breathe in. You are capable of providing for a self-sufficient breed of fish. Breathe out.
Investors are pouring billions into “the next evolution of the internet”. Is Web3 the future, or another Silicon Valley fever dream?
Twitter alternatives are gaining popularity in the wake of Elon Musk’s acquisition. They all share the same fundamental weaknesses.
These perennial candidates are crazy enough to run for president (again and again).
The controversial company’s growth has been unprecedented in the American West. But can it continue with increased competition?
Polls are closing and results are starting to be reported. Here’s the latest.
Georgia Republican Gov. Brian Kemp is once again facing off against Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams.
The 2022 midterms feature a diverse array of Latter-day Saint candidates.