4 family outings for Thanksgiving Break

Between the family feast and the holiday shopping frenzy, families can use their extra-long Thanksgiving weekend to explore the winter wonderland unfolding in Utah Valley. Here are four family outings for the Thanksgiving Break. Spiritual and Religious Art of Utah On display until Jan. 16 at the Springville Museum of Art is the 33rd annual Spiritual […]

9 staycation activities for Spring Breakers sticking around Utah Valley

Spring Break is finally here, and let’s be honest — you deserve it. For when the kids start getting antsy and binging on Netflix doesn’t cut it, here are nine Utah County events to fill your Spring Break with new experiences. Provo Beach’s Passport to Fun Pack your bags — Provo Beach has your passport […]

Weekend best bets: 5 Utah Valley weekend events

It’s the beginning of a new month. As we all patiently wait for warmer weather to make its way to the Utah Valley, here are some local events to help you endure the cold. LDS Film Festival 2018   Are you having withdrawals from the Sundance Film Festival? Well you don’t have to wait until next […]

Weekend best bets: 5 Utah Valley weekend events

The countdown to the holidays has officially begun. Fight the sweater weather temptation to stay indoors and start your holiday celebrations early with these weekend events. “Hello Dolly” A night out on the town along with seeing “Hello, Dolly” is likely to be a match made in heaven, just like the ones made by matchmaker […]

Weekend best bets: 5 Utah Valley events to keep you cultured

Spring has almost sprung. As the first buds of the season start to color the county, don’t let the March chill keep you inside. Utah Valley always has something going on — whether its a musical performance, sporting events or a random affair — and you shouldn’t miss it. Here are five weekend best bets for […]

The National Parks headline Velour; Jenny Oaks Baker takes the SCERA stage

From the Point of the Mountain all the way down to Santaquin, Utah Valley has a lot to offer — especially in weekend activities. There are no excuses for staying in all weekend when there are these quality events happening around Utah Valley. Here are five of our picks for the upcoming weekend: Jenny Oaks […]

7 things Doug Witney wants you to know about Springville

Doug Witney knows the art of being a Springville man. He remembers picking fruit with his three brothers and parents at their orchard on Witney Lane, sledding down icy Mapleton Canyon, and graduating from Springville High School while it was still a part of the Museum of Art. He left for Vietnam, was injured and […]

5 fun family night activities for Utah County

Utah County is nothing if not family-oriented, and many local businesses offer family events and discounts on Monday nights. Here are just a few of the places offering family-themed activities this summer: 1. The Springville Museum of Art Community and Family Night — Springville The Springville Museum of Art  is closed Mondays, except for the […]

New Kids on the Block: 30 business rockstars in their 30s

Kids these days. They create companies, they lead teams, they travel the world and they build hot dog empires like nobody’s business. It’s music to our pages. So BusinessQ hit the streets of Utah Valley and rounded up 30 in their 30s — young powerhouses who aren’t afraid of cornering in on some good ol’ fashioned […]

Weekend best bets (Dec. 20-22)

It’s the weekend at last. Don’t get caught stuck on the couch when there are so many activities happening around Utah Valley. Here are five events sure to liven up your weekend: 1. Velour Christmas Special Local artists will join together in a collective Christmas concert at the Velour on Saturday night at 8 p.m. […]

6 Christmas paintings you need to know

Art and Christmas are inseparable. Here are some of the season’s most notable strokes of Jesus. (And a few of Santa, too.) 1. Brian Kershisnik’s “Nativity” This 2006 painting, measuring 7 by 17 feet, went on display in BYU’s Museum of Art in 2007 and depicts a concourse of angels visiting the newborn Christ child. Kershisnik studied […]