Pixar and Disney have a special knack for bringing life to animals in their animated films, inspiring a trend. Since the Release of “Finding Dory,” the Blue Tang fish has now become high in demand for sale, but isn’t the only animal to do so.
If Laura Reeve has her way, she would only cook once a month and still have home-cooked meals just about every night. She shared tips on the once-a-month cooking method during BYU’s Campus Education Week on Aug. 15, 2016.
Singers Laura Osnes and Mark Masri will come together for the first time to perform with the Utah Valley Symphony Aug. 20 at the SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre in Orem.
James Oneil Miner, a pianist and composer, presented “The Inspiring Nature of Music,” one of the classes featured on the first day of BYU Education Week.
More than 10,000 volunteers gathered last weekend to help break a world record — the number of selfies taken at the same time — and to help raise awareness to combat sexual abuse.
The inaugural Park City International Film Festival is Aug.10-13 in Park City and features 36 faith-based movies to “elevate the human spirit,” according to its website.
Season 5 “American Idol” winner Taylor Hicks and his band will be performing at Midvale City Park on Aug. 6.
Several area museums share artifacts, art, exhibits or hands-on activities to help visitors connect with Utah’s early pioneer history.
Along with the release of “The Legend of Tarzan” and “The BFG” on July 1, Hollywood has experienced an influx of films being adapted from novels, with at least 30 films based on novels that have already been released or will be released in 2016.
Dozens of filmmakers have depicted scenarios in which Earth is visited by aliens — some with the aliens coming on friendly terms and others not — through both live-action and animated methods. Here is a look at a few.
Joy Bossi, gardening author and host of a gardening radio show in Salt Lake City, received the Award of Excellence from the National Garden Clubs at the beginning of May.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Utah Arts Festival, which will take place June 23-26 at Washington and Library squares in Salt Lake City.
Grammy-nominated violinist Jenny Oaks Baker recently released a new album featuring popular classical pieces, hymns and a new original piece as well as some special performers, including former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
Lily Springer, a violist from Lehi, has been chosen by Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute to join many others from around the country in the inaugural year of NYO2, an intensive two-week summer program for young American instrumentalists.
Hip-hop artist Lecrae and alternative rock band Switchfoot will be performing at The Complex in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, June 14, as part of The Heartland Tour.
Music is filling the air as cities all over Utah prepare for outdoor summer concerts and festivals. Genres ranging from classical to country to rock will fill these events, bringing a wide spectrum of spectators, including children.
Ryan Shupe will be touring the country to promote his new album, “We Rode On.” The album is his eighth and marks a change in style for the musician.