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Christmas bells and radio static may be heard in Herriman this weekend as Santa Claus talks to children at the Herriman Library over ham radio.
The Daily Universe asked students at BYU to share what they were grateful for. Here is what they said.
Aundrea Frahm’s “We Revolve Ceaseless” exhibit at the BYU Museum of Art bends light and color.
A lady dropped her hat from the ninth story of a parking garage during a Houston Astros victory parade, but her fellow Astros fans worked together to get it back to her.
Stars from the hit TV show “MythBusters” and “White Rabbit Project” are coming to Utah on Saturday, Nov. 18, for their live show “Down the Rabbit Hole.”
The recordings are being released following a Utah Symphony tour over the past three years that included performances of all 10 Mahler symphonies.
The event will mark the first time a Utah city has been chosen to host the convention since its 1975 inaugural year.
William “Bill” Evans returns to the Repertory Dance Theatre Nov. 16-18 for “Top Bill.” The concert will draw from nearly 50 years of Evans’ extensive repertoire.
Winners, as chosen by a panel of industry judges, will see their submissions placed on exhibit at the Film Commission’s venue at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival.
Justin Skeesuck lost the use of his arms and legs due to an extremely rare neuromuscular disease, but that didn’t stop him from taking his best friend, Patrick Gray, on a 500-mile pilgrimage in northern Spain.
Todd Davis is the executive vice president and chief people officer at FranklinCovey, where he has worked for over 20 years. He discussed his new book “Get Better: 15 Proven Practices to Build Effective Relationships at Work” with the Deseret News.
A number of spine-tingling TV specials and programs creep onto the airwaves this week as Halloween approaches.
Whosoever attends the museum Saturday, if he be worthy, shall enjoy a celebration of Thor.
The Community Film Project based in Davis County, Utah, is ready to show its first feature film “Before Your Time” at the Kaysville Theatre.
Tim Allen said he nearly walked out of a performance of “The Book of Mormon” musical, but hopes Utahns won’t do the same to him Oct. 20 when he comes to the Eccles Theater in Salt Lake City.
The nonprofit adoption support and awareness group United for Adoption hopes many will “come, meet and get pictures with” more than 15 princesses represented by women of color.
For 20 years, the Repertory Dance Theatre has helped kids get those wiggles out on stage through the Ring Around the Rose performance series.
If Charles Dickens were alive, he likely would have joined the standing ovation that concluded CenterPoint Legacy Theatre’s production of his classic novel, “A Tale of Two Cities.”
Pianist and Grammy Award winner George Winston will be bringing some New Orleans flair to the State Room in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Oct. 3.
Actor and comedian Tim Allen is speaking out about the end of his ABC sit-com “Last Man Standing” and why he believes the show was taken off the air.
The 58th annual Salute to Youth concert featured 10 of Utah’s best young musicians performing alongside the Utah Symphony.
Beginning Sept. 26, Erin Morley will be performing the role of Olympia in “Les Contes d’Hoffmann,” a beloved classic at the Met, and one Morley has performed before in New York.
A tribute to the late Battlestar Galactica actor and superfan Richard Hatch will be held at the 2017 Salt Lake Comic Con by fellow actor and friend Jack Stauffer.
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square announced its 2018 Classic Coast Tour, including performances in five west coast cities spanning the U.S. and Canada.
Bob Dylan’s “Never Ending Tour” came to an end in July, but the singer-songwriter is preparing for back-to-back performances in Salt Lake City as part of his newly announced fall 2017 tour.
The 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Award will be bestowed on two Utah students who have left a meaningful impact on the world or their communities through volunteering.
Brian David Sweeney was a passenger on flight 175 the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, when his airplane was hijacked.
Another Labor Day has come and gone, but for some, the extended weekend might still be taking its toll. This video is here to fix that.
The exhibit showcases Mormon illustrator and BYU alumnus Brett Helquist and his original illustrations from “Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events.”