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'Tomorrowland' is a violent take on the line between utopia, catastrophe

“Tomorrowland” is inspired by Walt Disney’s utopian vision of the future.

Book review: 'Stranded' shares adventure of missionaries getting out of a war-torn country

In the novel "Stranded," two elders are told to head to the capital to be evacuated, but the train they were supposed to be on explodes, and video evidence points to them. Read more »

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Artist captures Bakken's life, landscape in 25 paintings

an two dozen paintings that depict life and landscape during different seasons in the heart of North Dakota's oil boom, including workers operating machinery, a train loaded with shale crude and... Read more »

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Separating earthquake fact from fiction in 'San Andreas'

The San Andreas Fault awakens, unleashing back-to-back jolts that leave a trail of misery from Los Angeles to San Francisco. Skyscrapers crumble. Fires erupt. The letters of the Hollywood Sign... Read more »

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Icelandic film 'Rams' wins Cannes Un Certain Regard prize

"Rams," a drama set among farmers and their sheep in a remote Icelandic valley, won the Cannes Film Festival's Un Certain Regard competition on Saturday. Read more »

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B.B. King memorial to mourn blues legend in Las Vegas

B.B. King played tens of thousands of gigs around the world and often said he was blessed to play for presidents and the common folk. Read more »

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Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture closer to reality

The 100,000 or so artifacts earmarked for the would-be Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture have for several years been neatly tucked away in numerous boxes at the state's history center in Oklahoma... Read more »

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Carson Ellis' picture book 'Home' depicts dwellings both realistic and fantastic

Carson Ellis is the author and illustrator of the picture book “Home,” which depicts about two dozen types of homes ranging from the realistic to the fantastic. Read more »

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Book review: 'Find Momo Coast to Coast' shares road trip photos, adventures

"Find Momo Coast to Coast" is similar to a Where's Waldo? book as readers search for an adorable border collie named Momo in pictures from around the U.S. and Canada. Read more »

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Book review: 'Trial of Intentions' has trio trying to save world

Tahn must save his world from the evil beyond the Veil in "Trial of Intentions," the second book in the Vault of Heaven series. Tahn's best friend, sister and a young woman named Mara try to help... Read more »

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Book review: 'Microfarming for Profit' helps gardeners take their hobby into a small business

Dave DeWitt's "Microfarming for Profit: From Garden to Glory" shares the basics of microfarming, from crop types to tools to marketing. Read more »

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Owner of new Howa Gallery in Bountiful says supporting Utah artists is 'crucial'

With an impressive roster of artists, Bountiful’s new Howa Gallery hopes to capitalize on new artistic territory in Davis County. Read more »

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And the winners of the 2014 Whitney Awards are ...

Sarah M. Eden’s “Longing for Home, Book 2: Hope Springs” received the 2014 Whitney Award for Best Novel of the Year, Andrew Hall with the Outstanding Achievement Award and... Read more »

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'Princess' power: BYU to present stage adaptation of Shannon Hale's 'Princess Academy'

On May 29, BYU's Department of Theatre and Media Arts will premiere "Princess Academy," a new play adapted from Shannon Hale's best-selling novel of the same name. Read more »

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Book review: 'Going Home' is a touching novel about leaving mission early

"Going Home," Robbin J. Peterson's first LDS romance novel, is a touching story of a young man's self-discovery and healing. Read more »

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Lindsey Stirling reflects on global audience, YouTube success and ‘nonnegotiable’ standards

Lindsey Stirling, the classically trained violinist from Gilbert, Arizona, who attended BYU, served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and became famous by way of... Read more »

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'Tomorrowland': 3 points for parents

Information for parents about the film "Tomorrowland." Read more »

May 22, 2015

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Carmen Rasmusen Herbert: Goodbye, 'American Idol'

I will always remember my time on “Idol” and hope anyone who has a dream has the courage — and the perseverance — to chase it down. It’s possible. Read more »

May 21, 2015

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Full-frame DVDs are being replaced by widescreen rereleases

A number of movies previously available only on full-frame DVDs are being replaced by widescreen rereleases. Read more »

May 21, 2015

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A black and white, and sometimes Technicolor, Memorial Day: Classic movies to remember the sacrifices of war

Celebrate Memorial Day and relive history by watching these classic movies about the events of World War I and World War II. Read more »

May 21, 2015

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Clint Eastwood’s ‘American Sniper’ now on Blu-ray and DVD

“American Sniper,” Clint Eastwood’s Oscar-nominated true story of the deadliest sniper in military history, has arrived on Blu-ray and DVD this week. Read more »

May 21, 2015

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Doug's Take: 'Pitch Perfect 2' is a letdown

What do you do if you’ve produced an edgy, fun little film that ends up being a much bigger hit than anyone anticipated? Well, if you produced "Pitch Perfect," you scramble to come up with a... Read more »

May 21, 2015

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David Letterman leaves late night with thanks and a smile (+photos, videos)

There are those who will argue that the world of television hasn't suffered such a loss in nearly a generation, and they're right. Read more »

May 21, 2015

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David Letterman to sign off as late-night host

After 33 years and 6,028 broadcasts of his late-night show, David Letterman is signing off. Read more »

May 20, 2015

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B.B. King to be laid to rest next week in Mississippi Delta

The body of blues legend B.B. King will return next week to the Mississippi Delta where his life and career began. Read more »

May 20, 2015

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Godzilla creator sues US studio, alleges copyright violation

Japanese movie studio Toho Co. said Wednesday it is suing Voltage Pictures and a director in a lawsuit complaining that promotions of an upcoming film infringe on its copyright to Godzilla. Read more »

May 20, 2015

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