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Friday, March 15, 2019

Utah’s Bright and Shining Future

SLC youth join thousands of students from around the world to demand action on climate change.
Hundreds of Utah students skipped school on Friday to rally on Capitol Hill and demand lawmakers take action to mitigate the effects of climate change.

This Is the End, My Friend

Conversion therapy! Fornication! Slavery! A venomous lizard not native to our state! 2019 Legislature reaches feverish conclusion.
Legislators have toiled away on Capitol Hill for the past 45 days, making new laws and devising fresh ways to control the lives of their more secular constituents.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Latter-day Paints

Church History Museum showcases Jesus-approved art in 11th international competition.
The pieces are loosely grouped into sections that have similar thematic representations, including animals, the cosmos, women’s devotional, the Book of Mormon, and of course, ol’ J-man Himself.

Monday, March 11, 2019

Back That Ash up

Final week of legislative session kicks off with a repentant teacher, grandstanding lawmakers and energetic youth protesters.
In a uniquely Utah moment, Valley View Elementary School students and their parents met at the Capitol Monday to call on the Davis School District to train their teachers so they can recognize Catholic students on Ash Wednesday.

Cipher: Villa Theatre Co. launches a multi-media musical concept

On March 16, Villa Theatre Co. launches a multi-media presentation titled Cipher, that combines an original film with a set of original songs. The project is the brainchild of Ted Echo (formerly frontman of the Utah-based band Solarsuit, under his birth name Logan Nelson), inspired by his experience with the impact of mental illness on friends and family, in collaboration with screenwriter John Newton and filmmaker Cameron Gould.

Saturday, March 9, 2019

Unaccounted for

Law enforcement officials gather in Sandy to help Utahns find missing loved ones.
Linda Fields spent her Saturday driving two-and-a-half hours from her home in Annabella to Sandy, to ask state and local law enforcement officers for help finding her husband, James.

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Dog and Pony Show

The Legislature’s final days are upon us.
Fear not, dear drinkers—the task force will not be entirely comprised of non-drinking Mormons.

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Review: Captain Marvel

An attempt to bring humanity to a cosmic-level hero falls short
What’s left in Captain Marvel is a story that offers a powerful, resilient heroic role model, and that’s nothing to dismiss lightly.

Friday, March 1, 2019

Film Reviews: Greta, A Madea Family Funeral, Apollo 11, A Tuba to Cuba

A slow weekend at the movies offers a Sundance-favorite documentary, the return of Madea and an American jazz band's journey to another country. Apollo 11 (pictured) manages a you-are-there intensity from archival footage of a 50-year-old historical milestone.

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Abortion & Taxes

Guv tackles ‘divisive’ issues during monthly news conference.
“Of all the issues we’ve ever had, at least in my lifetime, there has been nothing more divisive than the idea of abortion,” Herbert said.

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