When Brian Finn started AOE Media, he was committed to making good, family-friendly films in Utah. “Resilience and the Last Spike,” coming out May 10, is his latest.
2019 marks 50 years since the cheerful strains of “Sunny Days” first played from TV sets across the country, and “Sesame Street” introduced kids to Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch and all the rest of the colorful cast of muppets and humans.
Ahead of the band’s Utah visit, drummer Mark O’Connell shares details from Taking Back Sunday’s past and future.
“People in Utah are super lucky to have so many great road trips,” Christy Karras told the Deseret News.
From Oscar Wilde to Buffalo Bill, the Salt Lake Temple has had its share of famous visitors through the years.
Organizers expect the two-day spring event to draw between 45,000 and 50,000 people to the Salt Palace Convention Center, a slightly pared-down version of FanX’s fall three-day convention.
In light of the announcement that the Salt Lake Temple and Temple Square will be undergoing renovations, here are 13 facts about the temple and other historic landmarks on Temple Square.
The Hale Centre Theatre has brought excellence to its stages for decades and the 2020 season is no exception. The season will bring U.S. premiere of “Strictly Ballroom the Musical,” beloved classics “Mary Poppins,” “Tarzan” and more.
Summer is just around the corner! One of the most anticipated concert series in Utah is right by the University of Utah at the Red Butte Garden. The Red Butte Garden 2019 Outdoor Concert Series will run from May 31-Sept. 23.
Like any industry, the dessert market has trends that come and go. And the latest in Utah seems to be gourmet cookie delivery, with bakeries like Chip Cookies, Goodly Cookies, RubySnap, Cassie’s Cookies and more opening throughout the state.
PBS’ “Les Misérables” miniseries, set to premiere April 14, takes a grittier look at the well-known story that, despite its many, many adaptations, proves it deserves to be told again, according to actor David Oyelowo, who plays Inspector Javert.
“The Rivals,” presented by the University of Utah Department of Theatre, combines witty satire with slapstick comedy that kept the audience laughing from beginning to end on opening night.
Get out to the Red Butte Gardens to see some of Utah’s most beautiful orchids, or watch some outdoor adventures at the Wasatch Mountain Film Festival.
Brian Regan is coming to Utah. Regan recently announced that he is bringing his comedy tour to the University of Utah’s Jon M. Huntsman Center on Nov. 9.
“Strangers and people I’ve never met are reaching out just to show their support and they’re rooting for me. Honestly, it’s so surreal.”
At the beginning of her pregnancy Heather Francis described herself as fearful and in denial. She wasn’t necessarily scared of pregnancy or delivery, but of becoming invisible in her career as a dancer.
There are many reasons why Alyson Farmer and others in her neighborhood love their Layton based book club. Before her phone interview with the Deseret News, Farmer emailed other members to compile a list of their favorite things about their club.
Easter is on its way and The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, the Orchestra at Temple Square, the Bells on Temple Square and the Gabriel Trumpet Ensemble are all celebrating together.
“Project Runway” has entered season 17 and Utah resident Afa Ah Loo survived another week. In the Thursday, March 21, episode, Ah Loo proved himself as someone to watch.
For Margaret Feinberg food is more than fuel for the body or a meal to rush through — it’s a gift.
The Gateway is hosting “Dreamscapes,” Utah Arts Alliance’s new immersive pop-up art experience. The interactive experience is full of art you can see, touch, climb on, hear and even smell. “It’s just a place for imagination and fun,”
Utah is no stranger to remarkable female leaders and innovators, even if their names aren’t familiar to most of us.
Utah Museum of Contemporary Art’s board of trustees announced that Laura Allred Hurtado will serve as the executive director of the museum beginning April 1.
Toni Butler remembers her high school theater teacher, Russell Johnson, as one of the first people to recognize her gift for teaching.
The BYUtv and CW show “Welcome Home” is a different kind of home makeover show.
Figure skating and acrobatics are hard enough individually. But for Scott Smith it was a perfect fit.
Less than a week after Pioneer Theatre Company announced Tony-nominated producer Christopher Massimine as its new managing producer, artistic director Karen Azenberg shared the company’s 2019-20 season.