As Lagoon lovers await the arrival of Primordial, here’s a look at 12 of our favorite rides, ranked by thrill level and enjoyability.
The American West rarely gets the credit it deserves for its contributions to modern art, but USU’s Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art hopes to rectify that.
With Oscar season just beginning, film critics are preparing to review a bevy of films that are all aiming for the Academy Awards.
Young adult author Alexandra Bracken’s first middle-grade book may at times move a little slowly, but it’s otherwise a solid match for kids and parents who like a little humor with their scary stories.
Utah’s food culture is distinctive, but is it actually as unique as we think it is?
Utahns are often quick to pick up skills that could enable someone to support an individual or a family in times of hardship. But they’re also skills that have fostered the growth of an extensive underground crafting community.
Larry the Cable Guy and Jeff Foxworthy’s new tour is an outdoor “comedy and music festival.”
Robin Thorn is one of the co-founders of the Book Club, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.
A musical based on the 2013 Academy-award winning movie “Frozen” will premiere in Denver on Aug. 17.
Cindy Lund is the founder of the Insights to Conservation book club, which meets monthly at the King’s English Bookshop and reads books about environmentalism in the Western United States.
The actor may not be the first person that comes to mind as an ideal guest for a comics convention, but Salt Lake Comic Con co-founder Dan Farr assures that he’s a perfect choice for Utah’s fifth annual comic con.
Whether you’re interested in hiking, history or theater, St. George has something to offer for everyone.
Tuacahn’s “Shrek the Musical” is the story of one man’s journey to obtain a title for his land. Well, that, plus his quest to rescue a princess, topple a corrupt government and help out a bunch of fairy-tale characters.
Tuacahn’s “Newsies” is truly unique, and it’s worth the mileage for northern Utahns who want to see the musical in a new setting.
Gwen Crist is the founder and leader of the Slow Food Utah book club, which meets every other month. Crist’s book club is part of the larger Slow Food Utah organization.
Families and individuals who are traveling this summer can take note of these five new film- and TV-based attractions at theme parks around the world.
The 2010 TV show that developed a surprisingly varied fanbase released a trailer for its upcoming movie yesterday.
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir director’s newest students may wear prison uniforms and reside in Draper’s detention facilities, but the artistry and spirituality of their singing is undeniable.
A capella is having a moment right now, and with the help of YouTube personalities Peter Hollens and Whitney Avalon, it’s unlikely to fade anytime soon.
Utah natives Krysti Meyer and Sarah Cleverley are the founders of the “YA and Wine” book club. They discuss young adult, or YA, literature both online and in their monthly meetings at The King’s English Bookshop.
Salt Lake City’s King’s English Bookshop was early to the now 20-year-old Harry Potter craze.
Pleasant Grove resident Elisabeth Larsen and BYU senior Brandon Randall are set to face off against Friday’s “Jeopardy” winner on Monday night’s episode.
Common Sense Media, a San Francisco nonprofit that advocates for family-friendly media, announced yesterday their plans to introduce a new metric to evaluate gender-positive movies and television.
CenterPoint Legacy Theatre’s performance is charming and well worth the time. Audiences will leave the theater feeling a bit better educated and much more devoted to their country.
The internet has made it possible for people around the world to bond over music from all times and all places. But it’s also made it possible for a few more unusual genres to gain notoriety.
Chelsy Bloomfield is the founder of the “Utah Graphic Novel Book Club,” which meets monthly at locations in Farmington or Ogden.
Brigham Young University film archivist James D’Arc, the founder of the BYU Motion Picture Archive and BYU’s classic film series, will retire in September.
The War for Independence may be long over, but the cast and crew of CenterPoint Legacy Theatre’s “1776" hope audiences will leave with the desire for greater national unity and collaboration.
For Utahns, the new “Vikings: Beyond the Legend” exhibit at the Natural History Museum of Utah may be more than a casual stop between the dinosaurs and the lapis lazuli.
T.C. Christensen’s “Love, Kennedy” is touching, but its themes of faith and testimony may feel a little heavy-handed for nonreligious viewers.