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From John Ford Westerns to sci-fi thrillers, Utah has hosted a steady stream of filmmakers for more than 70 years.
The MuzArt World Foundation is launching a campaign to reinvest in music and art education in schools with the "We Are Hope" concert Nov. 9 at the LDS Conference Center. A few of the artists shared how music ed...
Nearly three decades after the novel’s publication, the long-awaited film adaptation of “Ender’s Game” hits theaters this weekend.
After a decade of working with both the Utah Symphony and Utah Opera, chorus master Susanne Sheston is leaving Utah Symphony/Utah Opera. Barlow Bradford and Caleb Harris are the new chorus masters for the Utah ...
A year ago, Malala Yousafzai was shot by Taliban in Pakistan. Today, her work on furthering girls' education is being continued and highlighted by this year's theme for International Day of the Girl.
While construction crews work on restoring Salt Lake's Capitol Theatre, the renovations will not be delaying the season opening of Utah Opera. “Salome” will play at Abravanel Hall Friday, Oct. 18, a...
A look at the ministry of President Thomas S. Monson, in celebration of his 50th anniversary of being called as a general authority.
A look at the ministry of President Thomas S. Monson, in celebration of his 50th anniversary of being called as a general authority.
“The Lost Book of Mormon Sketches” will be free and open to the public Oct. 2-6 at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building during the building’s regular hours. The exhibit will close early at 4:30 ...
"Sacred Gifts" — a new Carl Bloch, Heinrich Hoffman and Frans Schwartz exhibit — will open Nov. 15 at BYU's Museum of Art.