Quantcast

Family

Think twice about where you get your baby advice

A study released by Pediatrics found that many mothers report receiving inaccurate and conflicting advice.

National Edition

From Russia with love: Italian swimmer proposes marriage after gold-medal win

It started with nausea and vomiting. It ended with a winning strategy. And it was punctuated with a marriage proposal. Read more »

yesterday

0 comments

Author's take on David and Goliath is a reminder there is more to a person than a label

When David openly challenges class president Veronica, he thinks he's got her figured out. When it lands him in the race against her, he discovers that maybe perfect Veronica isn't so perfect after... Read more »

yesterday

0 comments

Book review: 'Kickback' a Spenser novel that rolls along, entertains

Spenser has taken on yet another case in "Kickback," which involves teenagers being tossed into prison without cause and without hope for justice. He has to fight a coldhearted judge and a cowed... Read more »

yesterday

0 comments

Book review: 'The Quartet' offers a wonderful view of the republic's formation

Historian Joseph J. Ellis' latest work explores the contributions of George Washington, John Jay, Alexander Hamilton and James Madison in the creation of the American republic in "The Quartet." Read more »

yesterday

0 comments

'Dedication to education': Outgoing Utah Symphony associate conductor to direct final concert after 4 years of service

Vladimir Kulenovic, associate conductor for the Utah Symphony, will be conducting his final performance with the symphony Aug. 5 at the Deer Valley Music Festival in Park City. Read more »

yesterday

0 comments

Book review: 'Storm Moon' is an action-filled conclusion to Moonlight Trilogy

“Storm Moon,” the conclusion to Utah author Teri Harman’s Moonlight Trilogy, offers a culminating battle of magic and wills among the witches of Twelve Acres and a dark witch who... Read more »

yesterday

0 comments

Book review: Courage, heroism abound in 'Target Tokyo'

James M. Scott's new work, "Target Tokyo: Jimmy Doolittle and the Raid That Avenged Pearl Harbor," is a detailed account of the April 1942 mission to bomb Japan. The book details the many acts of... Read more »

yesterday

0 comments

Book review: 'Crossing Danger' fun return of mind-reading sleuth

Suburban supersleuth Shelby Nichols is still at it, getting into serious trouble without really looking for it — unless you call working for a mob boss and consulting for the police looking... Read more »

yesterday

0 comments

Beating the odds: Trip to the White House helps two Utah students chart a future

Last week, two Salt Lake students were invited to a summit hosted by first lady Michelle Obama centered on helping first-generation college students finish a post-high school education. Read more »

yesterday

4 comments

ValueSpeak: 'Goodbye, Farewell and Amen'

According to my calculations, this is the 1,314th time I’ve situated myself in front of a computer keyboard to write a weekly column that attempts to look at contemporary issues from the... Read more »

yesterday

0 comments

Renovation Solutions: Finding more space without an addition

Adding more space to your home is more than just adding additional square footage. Smart remodels can change the way your house works for you without an addition. Read more »

July 31, 2015

1 comment

Chris Hicks: ‘Mystery Science Theater’ episodes make their DVD debut this week

1950s delinquents, a giant spider and a ‘HARM’-ful spy are mocked by the Mystery Science Theater’ crew in episodes making their DVD debut this week. Read more »

July 31, 2015

0 comments

The Clean Cut: Musician's movie theater proposal garners 3.7 million views

Some girls dream of marrying a movie star, and one girl's boyfriend made that dream a reality. Read more »

July 31, 2015

0 comments

Pathfinder role-playing game: Unchained review

Pathfinder role players now have 250 plus pages full of new options to spice up their games with the hardbound book, "Pathfinder Unchained," by Paizo Publishing. Read more »

July 31, 2015

0 comments

Game review: Forbidden Stars is a grand science-fiction adventure

Forbidden Stars, from Fantasy Flight Games, is a strategic war game set in the Warhammer 40K universe and sees two to four players vying for galactic domination. Fantasy Flight Games has also... Read more »

July 31, 2015

0 comments

Cruise, Ferguson deliver a winner with thrilling 'Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation'

There is no actor on the face of the planet who works as hard to entertain his audience as Tom Cruise. He's become the world’s preeminent thrill-seeking philanthropist, and the philanthropist... Read more »

July 31, 2015

1 comment

'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation': 3 points for parents

Information for parents about the film 'Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation." Read more »

July 31, 2015

0 comments

'Brickumentary' is a routine documentary on a celebrated toy

Legos can do lots of things. That’s the surface message of “A Lego Brickumentary,” a new film that feels more like a promotional piece for the celebrated building blocks than a... Read more »

July 31, 2015

0 comments

UTubers: Stuart Edge performs a magic trick with Lindsey Stirling

Stuart Edge's latest trick involves a cake, the cover of Lindsey Stirling's memoir and the card-selecting skills of Stirling herself. Read more »

July 30, 2015

0 comments

Mormon thrill ride creator still generating excitement at age 74

The creator of Knott’s Berry Farm’s Supreme Scream and the Stratosphere's Big Shot in Las Vegas has created a new attraction in Logan. Read more »

July 30, 2015

2 comments

Doug's Take: 'Ant-Man' has a winning formula

I think I’m perilously close to becoming a bonafide superhero/comic book character nerd. Read more »

July 30, 2015

0 comments

'The Book of Mormon' musical is an equal-opportunity offender

Should Mormons find "The Book of Mormon" musical offensive? Yes. Not because they're Mormons, but because they're human beings. Read more »

July 30, 2015

113 comments

Chris Hicks: Animated ‘Home’ and Russell Crowe’s ‘Water Diviner’ on Blu-ray, DVD

The cartoon movie for kids, “Home,” is on Blu-ray and DVD this week, along with Russell Crowe’s directing debut, “The Water Diviner.” Read more »

July 30, 2015

0 comments

Chris Hicks: ‘Star Trek IV,’ ‘Grease,’ ‘Clueless’ among oldies in theaters during August

Among the vintage favorites being revived on theater screens during August are “Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home,” “Grease Sing-A-Long,” “High Society” and... Read more »

July 30, 2015

0 comments

Little-known facts about the Mission: Impossible series

A look at the history and behind-the-scenes insanity that has helped the Mission: Impossible series stay fresh after nearly 50 years. Read more »

July 30, 2015

0 comments

Older stories can be found in the story archives