Danielle is the web producer for the Church News. She has also written for the Arts & Entertainment and Faith sections in the Deseret News.

During a recent visit to New England, President M. Russell Ballard, acting president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, spoke of his grandfather Elder Melvin J. Ballard.
“When we travel, I think of a statement by President Kimball, ‘I should come and see this country sometime when I come back,’” said Sister Nelson. “It’s not about sightseeing. It is about saint-seeing.”
A Church News video shows an overview of the tour, during which President Nelson spoke at six devotionals and visited five countries in nine days.
Young members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Central and South America have arrived in impressive numbers during President Russell M. Nelson’s Latin America Ministry Tour.
PTC’s performance of “Christmas at Pemberley,” directed by Julie Kramer, brings together the beloved characters from “Pride and Prejudice.” Only this time, it’s Miss Mary Bennet in the spotlight.
When Jeff Whiteley landed a home for Excellence in the Community at the Gallivan Center in 2011, his dream of helping talented Utah musicians play in professional local venues was finally coming true.
John Wayne Schulz isn’t your ordinary cowboy. Since his two stints on the TV show “American Idol” in 2010 and 2016, the Texan native has gained a loyal following for his clean country tunes and unassuming demeanor.
Dr. Scott Zuckerman went on a house call in 2005 that eventually led him to writing a book about never-before-recorded experiences of a World War II veteran.
When the chorus of the original song “Ten Seconds to Infinity” came to DaVinci Academy students Eliza Corrington and Braxton Carr, they knew they had a winner.
The wedding of Royal Highness Prince Harry of Wales and “Suits” actress Meghan Markle is just around the corner on May 19.
Tune in, listeners — Classical 89, the 72-year-old radio station scheduled to go off the air in June, is back in business.
Milana Nigro was doing just what she always did. Headphones on and drumsticks in hand, the 10-year-old was in her jam, practicing one of her favorite songs “Lane Boy” by the band 21 Pilots.
It was 1986, and Frances Merrill never made time for reading. For the mother of eight children, time to herself just hadn’t made the top of her to-do list.
CenterPoint Legacy Theatre is a “congenial spot” to bring “Camelot,” directed and choreographed by Kristi Curtis, alive on the stage.
Recently returned from a rigorous tour across the United States and Canada, The National Parks are back in town for a set with LANY, Knox Fortune and Harry Hudson at The Great Saltair on April 18.
FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention — formerly known as Salt Lake Comic Con — may not be coming until Sept. 6-8, but cosplay fans still had plenty to be excited about during a press conference at the Utah State Capitol yesterday afternoon.
FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention added eight more stars to the roster for its fall event Wednesday during a costumed press conference at the state Capitol, as well as the creation of new volunteer and education initiatives.
Known for his expert use of the baton and his knack for composing, conductor Mack Wilberg is perhaps best recognized for his work with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
It’s National Poetry Month, and if Poem in Your Pocket Day or writing workshops aren’t your cup of tea, then maybe “Poetry in America” with retired NBA player Shaquille O’Neal and U2 rock star Bono will do the trick.
Hold your horses, folks — ”Trek: The Movie” is coming to theaters April 6 and it’s going to be a wild ride.
Ariel Bybee — opera singer, soloist, university professor and opera director — passed away at the age of 75 on March 20, 2018, due to Myelodysplastic Syndrome, a rare blood disease.
If $415 is a little too steep for those wishing they could attend the Salt Lake City premiere of the Broadway hit “Hamilton,” how about a price of $10 instead?
It’s been 50 years since “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” first premiered on television in 1968. The children’s television host who passed away in 2003 would have celebrated his 90th birthday on March 20, 2018.
Lisa Adams just wanted to talk about something besides diapers. Ever since her friends had gotten married, it seemed like the only thing they discussed anymore.
Spring has sprung and BYUtv has a fresh new program on the air this season with the U.S. premiere of the BBC’s “Hetty Feather.”
The costumes are nearly finished, an original musical score has been written and approximately 300 dancers ages 8 to 18 are ready to go.