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How sports led 4 apostles to their wives

Members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints always sit on the front row of the stand at general conference. Their wives also sit on the stand in the Conference Center. That much, everyone [...]

BYU’s one-bus choir: Dr. Ronald Staheli bows out after founding and leading the BYU Singers

From daily rehearsals to standing ovations, Dr. Ronald Staheli bows out after founding and leading the BYU Singers for 30 years. When Dr. Ronald Staheli was asked to reinvent the role of the top BYU choir, there was one primary administrative [...]

Waffle Love at first bite: Local devotion to the first food truck in the valley is waffle-iron-clad

In the second episode of Food Network’s competitive show, “The Great Food Truck Race,” Waffle Love owner Adam Terry and two of his brothers were in the truck, slicing fruit, making dough and serving customers in Arizona. Adam, in an emotional [...]

Strike up the band: The explosive nature of The Strike’s career

The Strike Firsts Influential musician – “Paul McCartney. And my dad. In fact, my parents met in a band at BYU, and my dad let me have his bass when I was 10.” Original song – “Robbing Me Blind” Performance – Talent night at [...]

Day in the Life of a ‘Saturday’s Warrior’ extra

I spent my 41st birthday dressed as a 1970s concert-goer on the set of “Saturday’s Warrior.” In other words, it was the most memorable birthday of all time — line upon line. Dressing in the style of my birth year (1974) and watching [...]

Christmas in Fashion with InstaFamous Rachel Parcell

BYU recently invited Rachel Parcell to speak on entrepreneurship and how she created an Insta-career with more than 600,000 Instagram followers and national brands clamoring to hire her as their social media model. This 24-year-old — who [...]

Her other Letterman: Lee Anne Pope’s time working for David Letterman

When Mark Pope started dating his future wife, he wasn’t the only letterman in Lee Ann’s life. She was a personal assistant for Big Apple icon David Letterman. Mark met his wife, Lee Anne, while he was playing for the New York Knicks. She [...]

Cosmo and Lindsey Stirling join performances at Country Music Awards

Two Utah County stars got to hang out with the best in country music Wednesday night at the 2015 Country Music Awards. BYU’s Cosmo the Cougar and Lindsey Stirling both participated in separate performances. Cosmo was part of an entourage [...]

VIDEO: The Piano Guys credit grace for Scottish ‘Fight Song’ mashup coming together

They’ve taken a grand piano to the top of the Great Wall of China and on cliffs in Southern Utah and now The Piano Guys have ventured to the Scottish countryside for their newest music video. The Piano Guys mashed together Rachel Platten’s [...]

Dustin Christensen ‘knocked out’ of ‘The Voice’

Orem native Dustin Christensen’s journey on “The Voice” came to an end Tuesday night. Christensen lost in the Knockout Round to teammate Keith Semple. Singing “Free” by the Zac Brown Band, Christensen received [...]

Welcome to the future: BYUtv connects Utah Valley to ‘Back to the Future’

The future is here. In 1985, Marty McFly (played by Michael J. Fox in “Back to the Future II) travels to Oct. 21, 2015 to save his future children. As the world celebrates and compares the reality of Oct. 21, 2015 to the movie-imaged [...]

VIDEO: Jenny Oaks Baker adds her music to religious freedom discussion

Jenny Oaks Baker is using the power of music to defend religious freedom in her newest music video, “Yesterday.” “I have become very concerned recently as I have seen so many attacks on religious liberty in this nation,” [...]

David Archuleta surprises BYU students at Homecoming opening ceremonies

David Archuleta “returned” to the idol competition world, but this time it was in the BYU Marriott Center. BYU staged an “American Idol” competition at it’s Homecoming opening ceremonies on Tuesday morning. Advancement [...]

Their first talks as apostles: Wise words from 15 great men

Newly called apostles Elder Ronald A. Rasband, Elder Gary E. Stevenson and Elder Dale G. Renlund gave their first talks as apostles Sunday morning in at the 185th Semiannual General Conference. This marked the first time each of them addressed [...]

Elder Richard G. Scott dies at 86

Elder Richard G. Scott, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, died Tuesday at 1:45 MDT of causes incident to age. He passed away surrounded by family at his home in Salt Lake City. [...]

Noelle Pikus-Pace announces everyone is well after twins birth

Former Olympian Noelle Pikus-Pace announced the delivery of her twin boys on her Facebook page Tuesday. “OUR BOYS ARE HERE!” Pikus-Pace wrote on Facebook. “Payton and Makai have arrived! They weighed 5 pounds 12 ounces and [...]

Piano Guys reverence ‘Jurassic Park’ theme song in music video

Dinosaurs aren’t so scary with The Piano Guys reverent version of the “Jurassic Park” theme song released on YouTube Wednesday. With “Jurassic World” coming to theaters Friday, The Piano Guys created a very calming [...]

5 Family Home Evening memories from the prophets

This year marks the 100th anniversary of family home evening in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In 1915, the First Presidency of the Church encouraged members to set apart one night per week for teaching children the gospel: “… [...]

Ed Smart breaks silence on Elizabeth’s Smart’s baby girl

It’s a girl. In an interview with EastIdahoNews.com, Ed Smart finally broke the silence about his new granddaughter. “Elizabeth is great,” Ed Smart said.  “She just had a baby girl named Chloe about three months ago.” Elizabeth [...]

LDS artist Lindsey Stirling wins Billboard Music Award

LDS musician Lindsey Stirling was nominated for two Billboard Music Awards this weekend, taking home the win for Top Dance/Electronic Album for her album “Shatter Me.” “It’s crazy, because I’m a violinist, right?” [...]