05292017
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Memorial Day 2017: Honoring history, running to remember

Running on Memorial Day is one way to honor veterans this year. In its 7th year, Run of Remembrance creates family-friendly races for community members to come out, run and remember those who served their country. Dave Bell, owner of Runtastic [...]

Summer for everyone: A guide to Utah Valley summer events

“I’m bored.” Those are the most dreaded words a parent can hear from non-pupilous children during the 99 days of summer. Put away the sigh and the eyeroll (we’re talking about yours) and check out 47 ideas divided geographically. No [...]

Summer for everyone: North Valley

“I’m bored.” Those are the most dreaded words a parent can hear from non-pupilous children during the 99 days of summer. Put away the sigh and the eyeroll (we’re talking about yours) and check out 47 ideas divided geographically. No [...]

Summer for everyone: Central Valley

“I’m bored.” Those are the most dreaded words a parent can hear from non-pupilous children during the 99 days of summer. Put away the sigh and the eyeroll (we’re talking about yours) and check out 47 ideas divided geographically. No [...]

Summer of everyone: South Valley

“I’m bored.” Those are the most dreaded words a parent can hear from non-pupilous children during the 99 days of summer. Put away the sigh and the eyeroll (we’re talking about yours) and check out 47 ideas divided geographically. No [...]

Summer for everyone: Out of town

“I’m bored.” Those are the most dreaded words a parent can hear from non-pupilous children during the 99 days of summer. Put away the sigh and the eyeroll (we’re talking about yours) and check out 47 ideas divided geographically. No [...]

Weekend best bets: 5 Utah Valley Memorial Day weekend events

Spring has officially sprung. We’ve had the April showers and now we have the May flowers and a whole bunch of fun ahead. Utah Valley always has something going on — whether its a musical performance, sporting events or a random affair [...]

Utah’s best summer staycations for families

When summer hits, many Utah families plan to get far away from home and their busy school-time schedules. But instead of skipping the state, why not stay in Utah? Staycations are easier on your wallet, and Utah has some of the most beautiful, [...]

Lifetime announces actress who will play Elizabeth Smart in movie

Lifetime announced actress Alana Boden will play Elizabeth Smart in the forthcoming film, “I Am Elizabeth Smart,” according to Deadline. Boden stars in “Ride,” a TV series on Nickelodeon series about an equestrian [...]

Rodizio Grill filling empty space at Shops at Riverwoods

Rodizio Grill is opening its fourth Utah location at the Shops at Riverwoods in Provo, Utah this summer. The Brazilian steakhouse currently has locations at Trolley Square in Salt Lake, American Fork and at Utah Motorsports Campus.  “I [...]

2017 high school graduation schedule for Utah County

By Darla Smith Hundreds of Utah County high school seniors will don a cap and gown this week to celebrate the end of their high school careers. Here is the graduation schedule for 19 Utah County high schools. Alpine School District Thursday, [...]

Kristin Chenoweth will return to BYU for 2017 BYU Homecoming Spectacular!

Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth will return to BYU in the fall to headline the 2017 BYU Homecoming Spectacular!, BYU announced over the weekend. Chenoweth finished off BYU’s 2016–17 Bravo! season with two [...]

5 unique pizzas in Utah Valley that are better than pepperoni

Stop with the pepperoni already and give one of these pizzas a run for its mozzarella. In honor of May 19 being National Pizza Party Day, here are five unique pizzas at Utah Valley pizzerias that will top the toppings on the traditional pizza [...]

Weekend best bets: 5 can’t-miss Utah Valley events

Spring has officially sprung. We’ve had the April showers and now we have the May flowers and a whole bunch of fun ahead. Utah Valley always has something going on — whether its a musical performance, sporting events or a random affair [...]

What I learned when the Spirit took me on a detour

As a writer, I’ve learned that some stories must be told. I’ve also learned that some stories are maddeningly difficult to tell. The story of Katherine Love Paxman was, for me, both. I’d spent the better part of a day in the [...]

Weekend best bets: 5 Utah Valley events to celebrate spring

Spring has officially sprung. We’ve had the April showers and now we have the May flowers and a hole bunch of fun ahead. Utah Valley always has something going on — whether its a musical performance, sporting events or a random affair [...]

10 things to do for Young Men activities now that Scouting is over

When The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints cut ties with the Boy Scouts of America for young men ages 14–18 on May 11, 2017, a new era in the Church began. For a century, young men activities and Scouting activities have been [...]

Disney’s Alan Menken, ‘Hamilton’s’ Renée Elise Goldsberry amongst stars in BYU’s 2017–18 Bravo! series

Multiple Tony Award winners, an Oscar winner and critically acclaimed stars are scheduled for Brigham Young University’s 2017–18 Bravo! series, which was released Wednesday morning. “The 2017–18 season marks my tenth as curator [...]

Staying baaa-lanced: BYU students bring GOGA to Utah Valley

Doing downward dog with a goat on your back is a thing now, and Utah County isn’t kidding around. Imagine you’re looking out over the valley — toes at the top of your yoga mat — and breathing in the crisp mountain air. And then imagine [...]

5 training tips for a more successful downhill race

Like many Utah races, the AF Canyon Run Against Cancer (June 24) is mainly downhill — 2,484 feet downhill to be exact. In the seventh annual race hosted by Intermountain, approximately the first eight miles are in American Fork Canyon. “The [...]