Although Nathan Pacheco has performed a variety of projects throughout his vocal career, his latest album released this year, “My Prayer,” has brought him “a little closer to heaven” than he was before.
Carol Decker is blind and a triple amputee, but this doesn’t define her. She is a mother, a motivational speaker, a wife, a friend and a follower of Jesus Christ.
In her new book, “Peace for a Palestinian” (Deseret Book, $15.99, 168 p.), Sahar Qumsiyeh shares her experience growing up in a country “torn apart by political upheaval.”
Utah State University student Erik Gray had one goal to accomplish before he passed away from cancer: He wanted to visit every LDS temple in Utah.
This fall, LDS folk musician Camille Nelson released her first full-length studio album, “Lead Me Home.”
Before moving to Utah, Ludovic and Benedict Attiogbe were among the first members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Togo, Africa.
This year marks 200 years since Baron Karl von Drais, a servant of the Grand Duke of Baden, invented what later became the bicycle. Utah is home to the Tour of Utah race. And several Utah cyclists share why they ride.
Hale Centre Theatre’s powerful production of “To Kill a Mockingbird” runs through May 20.
Running now through May 13, CenterPoint Legacy Theatre’s “Oliver!” is filled with entertaining songs, love and tragedy.
CenterPoint Legacy Theatre’s production of “Oliver!” runs April 14 through May 13 with shows running Mondays through Saturday at 7 p.m., with matinees on Saturdays.
HTC will present more than 45 consecutive performances of “To Kill a Mockingbird.” For ticket information, call 801-984-9000, go to, or visit the box office at 3333 S. Decker Lake Drive in West Valley City.
Disney On Ice presents “Worlds of Enchantment,” an action-packed experience featuring characters from four popular Disney films.
Running now through March 25, CenterPoint Legacy Theatre’s performance of “Mary Poppins” provides audiences with magically bright and impressive entertainment.
CPT’s production of “Mary Poppins” will take the stage Feb. 14-March 25 and is set to bring laughs, charm and enchantment to the stage, according to a news release.
Amanda and Quintin Williams have been blind for most of their lives. Recently, the couple added a baby girl to their family, and they consider blindness an “afterthought.”
July 28, 2016, marked 150 years since the birth of children’s author-illustrator Beatrix Potter. Potter is the creator of “The Tale of Peter Rabbit,” in addition to more than 20 other tales.
Boise native Dick Johnson, 76, has won 18 medals in the past seven consecutive national and international pickleball tournaments.
Entrepreneur Meagan Bowman and her business, Eco Flower, played a role in the show “Shark Tank” in November.
Centerpoint Legacy Theatre’s 2017 season opener, “You Can’t Take It With You,” generates laughter and contemplation from the audience.
Brandon Mull, author of the Fablehaven series, spoke at a writer’s workshop during Salt Lake Comic Con earlier this year. He will be releasing new Dragonwatch series in March.
A variety of community dance classes are available for dancers from beginner to advanced skill levels in the Salt Lake City area. Dance classes include ballet, African, Bollywood, flamenco, modern, hip hop, contemporary and social dances.
CenterPoint Theatre’s production “You Can’t Take It With You” will run Jan. 6 through Feb. 4.
Young Women classes in Sandy came together to help 35-year-old Erin Norton, who has cerebral palsy, receive her Young Womanhood Recognition Award.
“The Christmas Project” actress Skyler M. Day lives in two very different worlds at once: the filmmaking world and the hospital world.
This weekend, Reid Smith of Newton, Cache County, created a live interactive Nativity for the community to participate in.
Ten years ago, Rylee Bess was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at age 4. The Make-A-Wish foundation has granted her wish of being a fashion model in New York City for a day, starting with the Macy’s at City Creek Center.
Jane Reynolds remembered her mother telling her that she had just been born when a paperboy yelled out that Pearl Harbor had been attacked.
Through December the symphony will perform a variety of concerts, including the “Cirque Musica Holiday Spectacular!"; “Here Comes Santa Claus!"; Celtic Woman “Home for Christmas” and “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.”
Nashville Tribute Band, the Lower Lights, Gentri and Joshua Creek are some of the bands performing Christmas concerts throughout Utah this December.
Based on Richard Paul Evans’ novel, “The Mistletoe Promise” is one of Hallmark Channel’s newest original movies and focuses on the love story of two strangers who dislike Christmas.