06272017
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Saratoga Springs turns 20, celebrating with Splash Days

Across Utah Lake lies a city. Young but mature, developed but expanding. The city falls delicately along foothills and expands far through acres of land. This week that city turns 20. That city is Saratoga Springs. Back in 1884, there was [...]

Covey Center will ‘return to modern classics’ with 2017-18 season

Sponsored Story Provo City’s Covey Center for the Arts is thrilled to announce their 2017–18 theatre season! This dynamic season is being heralded as a “Return to the Modern Classics,” featuring edgy English playwrights, cherished works [...]

UV To Do: Utah Valley calendar of events for June 2017

At long last, summer has arrived in Utah Valley. Don’t let a minute go to waste by marking down these Utah Valley events on your calendar. Events Utah Valley Parade of Homes When: June 8–24 Where: Various locations in Utah Valley Cost: [...]

5 ‘follow the prophet’ traditions to start right now

The April 2017 general conference is now two months behind us. In conference, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints shared uplifting messages and gave directions on how to improve our lives. With two months past, we can [...]

LDS Church holding public tours of new Missionary Training Center buildings

The public is invited to tour the newly expanding Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah between July 31 and Aug. 19, the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Friday. Tickets will be available for [...]

Telling Kennedy’s story right: ‘Love, Kennedy’ is as accurate as it gets in movie portrayals

When  T.C. Christensen set out to direct a film about Kennedy Hansen, he hoped to make the story as authentic as possible. Kennedy Hansen, from West Haven, Utah, died on May 30, 2014 at the age of 16 from Juvenile Batten Disease, a rare neurological [...]

Weekend best bets: Jump into June with 5 Utah Valley events

Summer is finally here and there is no turning back. We’ve tackled spring’s rain (and snow) showers, but now we are ready for nothing but fun in the sun. Utah Valley pulls out all the stops to create a fun summer full of events — [...]

5 Utah Valley doughnuts and deals to try on National Doughnut Day

National Doughnut Day has once again rolled around on its circular fashion — and Utah Valley doughnut shops are ready to celebrate on June 2. Here are five Utah Valley doughnut and deals you do-nut want to miss on National Doughnut Day. Daylight [...]

Titles coming and going on Netflix in June

A new month means new shows on Netflix. Throughout the month, Netflix will add a variety of shows while saying goodbye to a collection of other movies and TV shows, according to What’s on Netflix. While we know the pool is calling, here [...]

June’s Rooftop Concert will rock to headliner Joshua James

Joshua James will headline June’s Rooftop Concert Series performance this Friday. Mindy Gledhill took the stage during the first rooftop concert of 2017 season to reveal the next concert lineup, announcing the June 2 performance. Headliner [...]

Mo’ Bettahs is Mo Delicious

I went to review Mo’ Bettahs against my better judgment. I typically don’t dine at fast food — and especially not where they appear to just pile food on a Styrofoam plate to fill guests up with no concern for quality. But on the recommendation [...]

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 [...]