09192017

Made in UV: Shaving the way with beard oil and sweetly spun cotton candy

For every issue of Utah Valley Magazine, we recognize five Utah Valley grown products. Grab your wallet — these creative businesses are something you’re going to want. Wipeable, Washable and Stylish One Utah summer, Marilee Killpack took [...]

Customers reflect on 55 years of El Azteca

El Azteca has been a staple to get good Mexican food in Utah County, but after 55 years the owners have decided to close their doors. The owners of El Azteca, the Rubio and Revuelta family, announced their closing on Facebook on Aug. 22. The [...]

Weekend best bets: 5 events to slide into September

School has officially taken over the valley, but attendance at these fun weekend events is mandatory. Take a break from hitting the books and enjoy a weekend of fun in September with these Utah Valley events. Sheepdog Championship & Festival If [...]

Payson celebrates 88 years with Golden Onion Days

Payson is getting ready to celebrate its 88th anniversary with Golden Onion Days. Janeen Dean, community and cultural events coordinator, said the greatest part of the city celebration has been how long it’s been around. L.D. Stewart, [...]

Trading treats for tricks: Payson’s Brian South pulls out the tricks for Halloween

It’s known as the holiday where children dressed as ghouls and goblins ask for tricks or treats, and while most families prepare bowls of candy for Halloween, local venture Discover Magic is pulling out all the tricks. Payson’s Brian South [...]

Weekend best bets: 5 events to take a break from school

Summer may be taking a backseat to school, but summer events are still in full swing. While you are winding down and getting used to your back-to-school schedule, hold on to your summer weekends a little longer in August with these Utah Valley [...]

From hospital bed, Evie Clair’s father reacts to America saving daughter on AGT

Evie Clair was amongst the bottom three last night on “America’s Got Talent,” but after America voted, Clair got to continue on to the semifinals. Clair, Eric Jones and The Masqueraders were announced as part of the bottom [...]

Utah-Tube: ‘Studio C’ attempts to clear up bizarre Mormon misconceptions

“Studio C” released a new comedy sketch about the misconceptions of Mormonism, only this time the misconceptions are wild, wacky and sure to spark some laughter. Friends from college reconnect at a mutual friend’s wedding [...]

Weekend best bets: 5 events to hold onto summer

Summer is slipping away, but summer events are still in full swing. While you are winding down and getting ready to go back to school, hold on to your summer weekends in August with these Utah Valley events. Orem Owlz What’s more American [...]

Weekend best bets: 5 Utah Valley weekend events

Summer is slipping away, but summer events are still in full swing. While you are winding down and getting ready to go back to school, hold on to your summer weekends in August with these Utah Valley events. “Pillow Talk” Brad Allen [...]

Utah-Tube: GENTRI encourages being ‘The One’ in new video shot in India

GENTRI: The Gentlemen Trio released a new video called “One” about the lessons they learned in India about the power and influence of “The One.” “It only takes one life to make a difference,” trio member [...]

Lindon Days celebration ‘Dares to Dream’ with boat races, fishing and a car show

Lindon residents are daring to dream at this year’s Lindon Day celebration held Aug. 7–12. The theme for this year’s weeklong celebration is “Dare to Dream.” Heath Bateman, Lindon City Parks and Recreation director, [...]

Weekend best bets: 5 events to welcome August

Summer is slipping away, but summer events are still in full swing. While you are winding down and getting ready to go back to school, hold on to your summer weekends in August with these Utah Valley events. Rooftop Concert Series The first [...]

Alpine’s Bridle Up Hope hosts 1st annual Hope Trail Ride

Bridle Up Hope will be hosting their 1st annual Hope Trail Ride this Saturday, Aug. 5. Alpine Days and Bridle Up Hope will be sponsoring this event for the community. Bridle Up Hope is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that was started in 2013 [...]

Utah-Tube: Utah couple ‘Goes the Distance’ with ‘Moana’ and ‘Hercules’ mashup

Utah husband and wife duo Scott and Ryceejo Shattuck are stepping it up a notch when it comes to Disney mashups. The duo released their tenth a cappella video on YouTube yesterday where they performed a mashup of Disney’s “Moana” [...]

Utah-Tube: Dahlia Row flips Sinatra classic to fit ‘La La Land’ style

A childhood memory and modern-day hit film collided as Dahlia Row released its newest song, Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me to the Moon” with a “La La Land” twist. The Payson-based acoustic trio made up of Becky Foster, [...]

Highland celebrates 40 years with the Highland Fling Ruby Jubilee

Rubies are a city’s best friend this year as Highland celebrates its 40th Anniversary with their Scottish-themed Ruby Jubilee Highland Fling. “We are calling it that because the ruby is the 40th anniversary gemstone,” said [...]

Weekend best bets: 5 events to soak up the last weekend in July

Summer is halfway over in Utah Valley, but things are just heating up. Make the most of your July weekends by marking these Utah Valley events in your calendar. “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” The Sundance Theatre [...]

LDS teen advances to the live show on ‘America’s Got Talent’ with another emotional song

In another emotional performance, 13-year-old Evie Clair performed once again on “America’s Got Talent” and was advanced to the live show for her special performance. The LDS girl from Florence, Arizona performed the song [...]

6 places to celebrate Pioneer Day in Utah Valley

The 24th of July marks the day Utah was settled. In 1847, Mormon pioneers arrived in Salt Lake Valley. Here’s how you can celebrate Utah’s birthday in Utah Valley: Temple to Temple Run Lace up your shoes in the morning and do what [...]