AP Exclusive: Corruption probe prompts reviews of NCAA teams
te of arrests, details of under-the-table bribes to teenagers and the expected downfall of one of the sport's best-known coaches has triggered uncomfortable soul-searching among the institutions at the heart of college basketball, including internal reviews by more than two dozen schools of their own prominent programs.
The secrets behind on-screen movie tears
Find out why movie tears smell like cough drops. Sobbing in front of a camera is more complicated than you might think. Learn the four movie secrets that get the tears flowing.
Book review: Scholar hunts for historical evidence of biblical Exodus
Scholar Richard Elliott Friedman's new book "The Exodus" examines the historical evidence for the biblical Exodus.
Game review: Valletta combines deck- and city-building together for enjoyable entertainment
Valletta is a two- to four-player game of resource management and deck building. Players attempt to complete building projects and gain help from historical characters in the city of Valletta in the year 1566. Score the most points to win.
Nashville is more rock and roll than you'd expect
Of course, country music is king in Nashville. But session musicians from Motown to Muscle Shoals are celebrated here. And the legendary Ryman Auditorium draws the best musical artists of all genres. The place is called Music City for a reason.
Sci-fi series 'Extinct' puts BYU-grad in alien landscape — southern Utah
Actor Matthew Bellows spoke with the Deseret News about his role in BYUtv's "Extinct."
The Clean Cut: Watch the Harlem Globetrotters set new Guinness World Record
The Harlem Globetrotters have long been known for their basketball skills, but the famous team is also an habitual Guinness World Record breaker.
Is Luke Skywalker the villain in 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi?'
Luke Skywalker, long considered the hero of the Star Wars universe, is being accused of going to the dark side in the next film, “The Last Jedi.”
Chris Hicks: From farmer to oil tycoon, vintage TV's still got it
Three vintage TV programs — a game show from the 1950s, a sitcom from the ’60s and an ’80s prime-time soap opera — are on DVD this week in complete-series sets.
Jazz greats The Cookers swing into Capitol Theatre
On Monday, Oct. 23, at the Capitol Theatre, the ensemble group The Cookers will bring their uncompromising jazz to the stage for the first time in the Jazz SLC series.