Handel's 'Messiah,' egg hunts and other Easter celebrations in Utah
Easter is almost here, and many events in the Beehive State are taking place to celebrate this time of renewal and rebirth, ranging from musical events such as Rob Gardner's "Lamb of God" and Handel's "Messiah" to a basket full of Easter egg hunts.
Arianne Brown: Living vicariously through your children isn’t such a bad thing
As I watch my children compete in their respective athletic events, I am living vicariously through them. And that's not such a bad thing.
Michelle Singletary: IRS says it has refunds worth $1.1 billion just waiting to be claimed
By law, taxpayers have just three years to claim a refund. So, this April 17 is the last chance to get your money for the 2014 tax year. But like the lottery, where you have to play to win, you have to file to collect a refund.
A poet with a camera, the night sky and the Utah desert
Tyson Chappell, a professor at Utah State University Eastern, in Price, takes glorious nighttime photos of the Utah desert landscape with the most stunning backdrop: the stars and Milky Way.
60 years later, Kim Novak reflects on 'Vertigo'
Last fall, on her ranch in southern Oregon, Kim Novak found herself doing what she calls "my own Me Too painting."
Theater review: Pioneer Theatre Company's 'In the Heights' more than just a primer for 'Hamilton'
The musical embryo sounds of "Hamilton" rang out last night at the Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre as the cast of Pioneer Theatre Company’s "In the Heights" danced and sang their way through a concert version of Lin Manuel Miranda first hit.
Utah governor signs law legalizing 'free-range parenting'
So-called free-range parenting will soon be the law of the land in Utah after the governor signed what appears to be the country's first measure to formally legalize allowing kids to do things on their own to foster self-sufficiency.
‘Everything is awesome’ at the Leonardo’s new SLC-themed Lego exhibit
From the Cathedral of the Madeleine to Temple Square, the “City Blocks” exhibit has some of downtown's biggest landmarks in Lego form.
Being a Tabernacle organist more than a pipe dream for this BYU professor
Sunday, March 11, marked BYU professor Brian Mathias' debut as the newest full-time Tabernacle organist for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
'Once upon a time' closer than you think at first annual Old Capitol Storytelling Festival
The Old Capitol Storytelling Festival in Millard County shares stories of the unique peoples and histories in Utah's past and present.