Saroo Brierley, whose life became the inspiration for the 2016 Oscar-nominated film “Lion,” was a keynote speaker at RootsTech at the Salt Palace Convention Center on Friday.
You may not think there’s much to a simple middle school play, but community members know full well that the yearly Clayton production is no joke.
Here are some of the factors that led to the Jazz’s win on Wednesday night.
After a quick turnaround from last night’s tough double overtime loss to Oklahoma City, the Jazz pushed through exhaustion Saturday night and showcased a strong performance, beating the Dallas Mavericks 125-109.
On tour for the first time in three years, Kelly Clarkson delivered an unforgettable night that left audience members with tears, laughter and sore throats.
Read how accomplished actress and audiobook recorder Celeste Ciulla is stepping into her new role as Queen Eleanor in Pioneer Theatre Company’s “The Lion in Winter,” running from Jan. 4-19.
Utah author Carol Lynch Williams recently transformed the film “Once I was a Beehive” into a new novel.
BYU Rocketry club members set a new Guinness World Records title for highest launch of an Alka-Rocket in the 2018 Bayer Alka-Rocket Challenge in Florida.
Ahead of Odyssey Dance Theatre’s annual “Redux Nut-Cracker” performance Dec. 12-22 at Kingsbury Hall, local Asian-American leadership has worked with the company make their dance more culturally sensitive.
From fantasy novels to true stories, these 3 Utah authors are getting national attention.
A look at some of the factors that led to the Jazz’s Thursday night win.
Read about three of Utah’s incredible live Nativity scenes, including the Alpine Live Nativity, the University Place Nativity and the Nativity in the Glen.
In the 10 years since finishing as a runner-up on “American Idol,” David Archuleta has proved a valuable lesson: You don’t need to be crowned champion to find great success.
“Pinkalicious The Musical” is wonderfully silly, laugh-out-loud funny and might be every kid’s dream.
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.
The Unity Gospel Choir will perform their third annual Christmas concert, “A Soulful Christmas,” on Nov. 30 with special guests Loren Allred, Jenny Oaks Baker and the Bonner Family.
Dana Klein’s Project Shine invites women with breast cancer to participate in a no-cost makeover photo shoot.
The Piano Guys are back with their eighth studio album “Limitless,” which has a whole lot of heart, emotion and purpose behind it.
The annual event has become “the Super Bowl of window displays.”
Utah native and country singer Savannah Keyes is one of 21 contestants selected to showcase their musical talent on USA Network’s new show “Real Country,” premiering Nov. 13.
Utah natives Brenda Nibley and Alisha Nuttall are the featured bakers on the Cooking Channel’s new show “Holiday Cookie Builds,” premiering Friday, Nov. 9.
The Breaking Through! Musical Theater Intensive is a three-day musical theater workshop in New York City where 25 teens from across the country who suffer from bleeding disorders will participate in a musical entitled “Hemophilia: The Musical.”
“The Bridge,” a long-form narrative dance performance featuring Salt Contemporary Dance, will be at Kingsbury Hall November 8-10.
The Jazz lost their second straight game on Friday night.
In 1966, two young moms started The Belle Lettres book club in their Salt Lake neighborhoods. They each invited a few friends and have been expanding and enhancing ever since.
Igor Gruppman returns as the principal conductor for the Orchestra at Temple Square fall concert, happening Oct. 26-27. Read about his journey to find music, love and God.
We’re over halfway through October, which means it’s high time to whip out your favorite Halloween tales.
After their “Les Miserables’ video went viral six months ago, this Utah family is premiering its first professional music video featuring a show-stopping “Phantom of the Opera” medley.
Utah native Stephanie Rhodes Russell, along with her four sisters, created the Women’s Artistic Leadership Initiative with the aim to educate and equip young female artists with business and leadership skills to succeed in the arts.
With the highly anticipated film “Jane and Emma” set for release Friday, movie tickets purchased on opening day will be matched with a donation to the NAACP of up to $40,000.