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Masters Golf Tournament winner talks faith and family

Bubba Watson is a Masters winner, but his respect for faith and family are noteworthy too.

How to rear money-smart kids

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau estimated in 2013 that outstanding student loans have swelled to over $1.2 trillion. Read more »

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'Ride Along' leads new movies released on home video this week

The unexpected box-office hit "Ride Along" leads an eclectic collection of movies released on DVD and Blu-ray this week. Read more »

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John Lennon audio interviews surface on 'I'm Not the Beatles'

John Lennon and Yoko Ono were interviewed by rock journalist Howard Smith six times from 1969-72, and those Q&A sessions are now on an audio CD titled "I'm Not the Beatles." Read more »

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Quarterly review: Family-friendly and faith-based movies boost box office in first three months of 2014

A look back at the first three months of 2014 in film — what was successful, what wasn't, and what does it mean for the rest of 2014? Read more »

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Mormon Tabernacle Choir to carry on tradition of Handel's 'Messiah'

This Easter weekend, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square will perform Handel's "Messiah" in full. The music of "Messiah," which was written nearly 275 years ago, is still... Read more »

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Ranking movies from best to worst

We geeks feel a compulsion to assign every movie to a ranking on a series of arbitrary lists. Why on earth does this matter? I don’t know. But does it matter? Why, yes. Yes, it does. Read more »

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Babies show excitement after seeing dad come home (+video)

The video is a compilation of clips capturing several children's reactions to seeing their dads return home. Read more »

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Why daydreaming may be the next childhood psychiatric target

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Parents who dodged the bullet on hyperactivity may want to duck as the psychiatric profession comes around for another pass, this time targeting kids who are daydreamy with what they are calling... Read more »

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A year later, 'Boston Strong' message still resonates across America

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It's been a year since the Boston Marathon bombings. But that hasn't stopped Americans from showing their support of Boston. Read more »

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Paul Walker's brothers to fill in for late actor in new film 'Fast & Furious 7'

Tuesday afternoon, the "Fast & Furious" official Facebook page announced that Cody and Caleb Walker will join the production of "Fast & Furious 7" and finish the role their late brother, Paul... Read more »

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Tips for living: Advice to moms

Author and Time Out for Women presenter Emily Watts offers five tips to mothers to help them avoid becoming overwhelmed. Read more »

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Jenny Oaks Baker combines classical with rock tunes

In a world premiere concert Friday, April 11, popular artist Jenny Oaks Baker successfully combined classical violin with rock songs from groups like the Beatles, Led Zeppelin and The Four Seasons. Read more »

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Comic Con FanX welcomes guests from many demographics

Actress Drea de Matteo and ambidextrous artist Rob Prior are just two of the celebrity guests who are in town for this weekend's Salt Lake Comic Con FanXperience. Read more »

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Paul McCartney will play EnergySolutions Arena in August

Sir Paul McCartney will play his second-ever concert in Utah when he returns to the Beehive State this August. Read more »

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Children at Shriners enjoy Easter egg hunt

Shriners Hospital for Children hosted an Easter egg hunt for patients in Salt Lake City on Wednesday. Read more »

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Elizabeth Smart talks forgiveness and pressing forward during speech at Boston College

Elizabeth Smart made an appearance at Boston College last Thursday and spoke during the school's Care About Rape Education awareness week, Margaret Burdge with Boston Magazine reported. Read more »

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Disney Channel's 'Jessie' breaks romantic ground with character's engagement

The title character of television's "Jessie" heads in an unprecedented direction for a Disney Channel series: toward the altar. Read more »

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Have an irritable toddler? Here's one simple solution

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Two recent studies find that watching too much TV negatively affects toddlers' behavior. Read more »

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'Heaven is for Real' delivers a theological moment of truth

Plenty of movies will ask an audience to question its faith; "Heaven is for Real" allows the faithful to examine their beliefs from a position of confidence. Read more »

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Utah Symphony to perform at Utah's national parks

The Utah Symphony is teaming up with the Utah Office of Tourism to offer concerts and community events at Utah’s five national parks Aug. 11-17. Read more »

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Seasoned choreographer carries on mother's legacy

Collette Treagle is a seasoned choreographer with her own dance studio who chooses to help put together impressive productions at Canyon View Junior High, the latest being "Seven Brides for Seven... Read more »

April 15, 2014

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Amy Choate-Nielsen: Changing names is a generations-old dilemma

Eight years after I got married, I still wonder if I should have changed my name. Read more »

April 15, 2014

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New picture books for spring, Easter and Earth Day

A selection of picture books can be read and shared for spring, Earth Day and Easter. The books come from varied artists and publishers. Read more »

April 15, 2014

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Linda & Richard Eyre: Tipping points: Is the family doomed?

Is the family as we know it disappearing? Are those who believe in and live within natural, traditional families becoming a minority for the first time in the history of the world? Some... Read more »

April 15, 2014

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Utah Olympic athlete, Noelle Pikus-Pace to release book this fall

After returning from retirement to win a silver medal in the skeleton event at the 2014 Sochi Winter Games, Utahn Noelle Pikus-Pace has announced that she will release a book this fall. Read more »

April 15, 2014

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