"Highway to Dhampus," an independent film set in Nepal, will have its theatrical premiere Friday.
Ann Romney shares her experiences, both the highs and the lows, as she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, learned about the disease and then figured out what worked for her to combat it in "In... Read more »
"Studio C" cast members dine at The Restaurant of Life, where they order different aspects of adulthood, including college degrees, spouses, careers and children. Read more »
In one of the recently released deleted scenes from Disney's live-action "Cinderella," Ella and the prince get to know each other and talk about heaven. Read more »
"42nd Street" launched its national tour from Salt Lake and was only in town for a few days. The show is a dazzler, full of energy and heart, color and motion. Who knew tap dance could be so much fun? Read more »
"How the World Moves" by Peter Nabokov is a thought-provoking historical narrative of the life of an American Indian family in transition. Read more »
In his latest video, Hollens and his wife, Evynne, perform a mashup of Taylor Swift's entire "1989" album in just four minutes. Read more »
A determined girl named Avery reeled in a five-pound bass after a good fight and a lot of giggles. Read more »
First lady Michelle Obama is paying a visit to the children's animated series "Doc McStuffins." Read more »
Tickets are available for the Orchestra at Temple Square’s fall concert titled “Music for the Soul” that will be in the Tabernacle on Temple Square on Oct. 16-17 at 7:30 p.m. Read more »
The LDS Film Festival is seeking entries for the 15th Annual LDS Film Festival that will be March 2-5, 2016, at the SCERA Center for the Arts in Orem. Read more »
Book review: 'Emmett Till' shares story of 60-year-old case that helped galvanize the civil rights movement
Utah author Devery Anderson has delivered what will become a definitive resource on the murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till, the Chicago boy who was brutally beaten and murdered in 1955 in... Read more »
The innovative exhibition “Brian Bress: Make Your Own Friends” alters the traditional museum experience by placing experimental video art within the museum’s permanent collection. Read more »
Some highlights from Repertory Dance Theatre's 50-year history. Read more »
In "Six of Crows," Leigh Bardugo returns to the world in her Grisha trilogy as Kaz Brekker is offered millions to deliver the maker of a new drug that is dangerous for Grisha and gathers a crew to... Read more »
Through hundreds of performances over the course of five decades, RDT has molded itself into "the nation's oldest and most successful repertory dance company," according to its website. Read more »
“Dirt: A Love Story,” edited by Utah author Barbara Richardson is a collection of 36 short essays celebrating the soil that sustains humanity. Read more »
J.A. Jance has written about the Tohono O'odham tribal people before and about investigator J.P. Beaumont and detective Brandon Walker, but not in the same book. In "Dance of the Bones," Beaumont... Read more »
In her latest Kinsey Millhone mystery novel, Sue Grafton proves once again she's no slacker. She crafts an absorbing story out of seemingly unrelated details and incidents that don't seem all that... Read more »
Brandon Sanderson delivers a second book in the steampunk addition to the Mistborn series that continues to delve into the fascinating fantastical elements and societal issues of the world Scadrial. Read more »
In "Followed by Frost," the beautiful Smitha is cursed to be as cold as her heart when she scorns a young man and is forced to leave her community. She wanders until invited to go south in this... Read more »
Singers of all ages audition for a chance to sing the national anthem at a Utah Jazz home game during the 2015-16 season. Read more »
“The Intern” is a two-hour footrace between emotion-yanking charm and utter predictability. There is never any doubt as to what this film is going to serve you. The only question is how... Read more »
Information for parents about the film "The Intern." Read more »
Three popular family films adapted from equally popular books receive Blu-ray upgrades this week. Read more »
In their most recent video, Brooklyn and Bailey McKnight show off their musical talent with a parody of Andy Grammer's "Honey, I'm Good." Read more »
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Utah County's popular food truck came within minutes of winning a $50,000 prize on the latest season of Food Network's reality program "The Great Food Truck Race," which concluded Sept. 27. Read more »
In a video posted Saturday by Laure Farrell, spectators laugh when a peewee football team from Milford, Massachusetts, can't stop doing the "whip" and the "nae nae." Read more »
YA author Rainbow Rowell talks about how her new book, "Carry On," references Harry Potter and other "chosen one" stories. Read more »
Orem resident Dustin Christensen impressed not just one but all four judges Monday night during his audition on NBC's "The Voice." Read more »
The cities of Bergen and Oslo in Norway are both spectacular but very different. Yet they each provide extraordinary views of both nature and the built environment for tourists. Dozens of museums... Read more »
After 113 years, Peter Pan remains as popular as ever, but he's changed a lot since his first appearance in J.M. Barrie's 1902 book "The Little White Bird." Here's a brief history of some of his... Read more »
"Highway to Dhampus," an independent film set in Nepal, will have its theatrical premiere in select Utah theaters Friday. Rick McFarland, owner of Fiftyfilms in Salt Lake City, created the film... Read more »
In her latest video, Jenny Oaks Baker pays tribute to religion and portrays the blessings that come from worshiping. Read more »
For almost a year, Disney has been releasing information about its next princess. And now, we finally have a look at her. Read more »
What did Captain Hook's dying words really mean? What connection does Peter Pan have to the Boy Scouts of America? These and other bits of fascinating trivia related to J.M. Barrie's classic... Read more »
UTubers: Lindsey Stirling and Lexi Walker perform 'Prayer of the Children,' raise awareness for child slavery
Singer Lexi Walker, violinist Lindsey Stirling and pianist Kendra Lowe came together to raise awareness about child sex trafficking in a touching video posted to Walker's YouTube channel on Tuesday. Read more »
"Highway to Dhampus" captures a world that is vast and intimate at the same time. Just about every shot in "Highway" is framed against a scenic, peaceful backdrop, and the setting mutes and calms a... Read more »
The Broadway musical 'Hamilton' offers an edgy look at the birth of the United States and the economic legacy of Alexander Hamilton. Read more »
The Clean Cut: Bindi Irwin, Crocodile Hunter's daughter, pays tribute to father on 'Dancing With the Stars'
After her father's death in 2006, 8-year-old Bindi Irwin spoke at his memorial service, calling him her "hero" and "the best daddy in the whole world." Read more »
Here are five movies from various platforms families may want to consider, as recommended by the Deseret News features department and Ok.com. Because not all are appropriate for younger children,... Read more »
From classic monster movies to tamped-down horror for teens and small fry, a bevy of new Blu-rays and DVDs are out with Halloween themes. Read more »
The Piano Guys, who aim to "make a positive impact in the lives of people all over the world," perform a cover of "A Sky Full of Stars" by Coldplay at the Bonneville Salt Flats. Read more »
From “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” to “My Fair Lady” to all three “Back to the Future” flicks, there’s something for everyone among vintage movies on... Read more »
Nancy Meyers’ new comedy “The Intern” is an adult comedy that doesn’t luxuriate in raunchiness. Read more »
On Thursday, the winner of this year's Nobel Prize in literature will be announced by the first ever female permanent secretary of the Swedish Academy, Sara Danius. Will the prize awarding body... Read more »
Information for parents about the film "He Named Me Malala." Read more »
You don't need to be a wizard to see the "Harry Potter" books come to life. Read more »
Prince Hans from Disney's film "Frozen" might have ruined his chance at happily ever after, but the man who supplied Hans' voice, Santino Fontana, just found his. Read more »
When author Margaret Stohl signed on to write the first young adult prose novel about the famous comic book super spy Black Widow, she didn’t realize it would lead to her involvement in... Read more »
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