POSTED // Nov 18,2013 - Since the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls in 1947, the documents have been regarded as providing key insights into early Christianity and Judaism of the same time period. The traveling exhibit coming to The Leonardo, Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Ancient Times, also demonstrates that the scrolls—along with artifacts on display from the period—provide a vivid picture of the life of the people of the region during a transformative period of history.
POSTED // Oct 14,2013 - As we noted in a Travel Tramps article around this time last year [“Zion in Anaheim,” Oct. 11, 2012, City Weekly], the October fall break for Utah schools might as well be called Disneyland Break ...
POSTED // Sep 16,2013 - Utah’s longest-running podcast and its cinema-loving hosts haven’t just reached a milestone episode this month; they’ve also branched out into creating material for the medium they celebrate.
POSTED // Aug 26,2013 - There are any number of ways you can start a new endeavor. You can “soft launch” to slowly build interest and word of mouth. You can go sensibly mid-size. But you rarely expect that, from the outset, the thing is going to be huge.
POSTED // Aug 19,2013 - Fall is the harvest season in Utah, and a tasty opportunity for a getaway is to drive up and down Highway 89 just south of Brigham City—aka Utah’s Fruit Highway—to find every kind of crop that’s being hauled in.
POSTED // Aug 5,2013 - Podcasting is no longer a fringe medium. As radio broadcasting experiences nationwide downsizing and local stations are playing pre-recorded syndicated voices, upstart audio engineers and talented minds
POSTED // Jul 29,2013 - Each coastal town in Southern and Central California has its own unique vibe, and Santa Barbara is no exception. Although it’s billed as the glamorous “American Riviera” for the elite ...