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Why is the innovating family-friendly movie filtering company now facing facing $62 million in damages for copyright infringement? Here’s a look back at how VidAngel got here.
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In traditional publishing, a publishing house polishes, packages and sells the books. In self-publishing, those responsibilities fall in the lap of the author. For Lesli Muir, that’s fine. Her earnings are in the six-figures.
There’s a little something for everyone in Utah Children’s Theatre’s “The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe.”
Smartphones — and more specifically family members staring wide-eyed at screens around the dinner table — have become a common holiday sight. Utah author Blake Snow wants to see that change.
With the continued growth of Rowling’s world, it shouldn’t take a remember-all for moviegoers to know that they may have forgotten a thing or two about Harry’s and Newt’s adventures.
Utahans will have the chance to experience the mystery and majesty of the Maya when they come face to face with life-size replicas at the Natural History Museum of Utah’s latest exhibit, “Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed.”
For many Utah Potterheads, seeing the beloved prankster in person was just as shocking as the character’s explosive departure from Hogwarts.
Long before she was ever a Harlem Globetrotter, basketball was in Hoops Green’s blood.
A pair of Latter-day Saint authors from Texas is publishing “edgy but clean” young adult books that also teach Christian values.
Kristin Chenoweth, who originated the role of Glinda in the Broadway musical “Wicked,” will join The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square as the featured guest artist and narrator of this year’s annual Christmas concert, the choir announced Friday.
The city’s scary tales come to the printed page in “Haunted Salt Lake City.”
There’s no shortage of reasons to hop aboard Hale Center Theater Orem’s “Anything Goes,” which runs through Nov. 17.
In light of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s announcement that they are changing their name to the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, here is a look back at their impressive 171-year history.
Brandon Sanderson steps away from the massive tomes he’s known for writing and embraces the much smaller novella, offering short, punchy and thoughtful adventures from the life and mind of one of his most brilliant (and maybe craziest) characters.
With the park now open, visitors can explore a world straight out of a fantasy novel.
International espionage, high-stake conspiracies and Russian mobsters — they’re the perfect ingredients for a political thriller. But those elements are more real than fiction to author Val Karren.
During its 21 years, “I Can Do” has touched the lives of thousands of children as the program has expanded from two to 13 schools across the Wasatch Front. Students are treated to weekly hourlong lessons where they learn dancing basics.
When Netflix’s animated show “The Dragon Prince” lands online Friday, Sept. 14, it’ll be a fresh offering of smart and engaging storytelling that audiences young and old can enjoy together.
At FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention — which continues through Saturday, Sept. 8 — celebrities are a common and expected sight, often participating in panel discussions and Q&A sessions on stage.
For the founders of the FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention, taking place at the Salt Palace Convention Center Sept. 6-8, it’s been a year that might cause even a superhero to flinch.