Category: Culture


Photography 101

Slow Down: It’s easy to press a button and see your image immediately on your screen. So photographers shoot and shoot before they think. Don’t be...

Scera: Raising the Curtain Since 1933

Turning 83 years old is a big accomplishment, and the historic SCERA Center for the Arts in Orem hasn’t let age slow it down. In fact, the old adage...

Roots of Knowledge: Documentary Film Series

The phrase “Where history comes to life!” has been used to describe everything from museums to battlefield re-enactments, from stage shows to the ...

Roots of Knowledge

Stained-glass has been used for centuries to beautify sacred buildings and inspire the passing observer. From cathedrals to mosques to temples, staine...

Courage Reins: Therapeutic Riding

Someone once said, “People say you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone, but the truth is, you knew exactly what you had, you just never...

Utah Valley Hospital

In a move designed to help today’s consumers find the medical help they need, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center is returning to its roots by chang...

Barbara Barrington Jones: Learning to Dance in the Rain

“Ballet isn’t just about dancing, it’s about learning discipline, gaining confidence in yourself and understanding your self-worth.”   ̵...

The Historic Springville Museum of Art

The Springville Museum of Art is Utah’s first museum of visual art. Dedicated as “a sanctuary of beauty and a temple of contemplation” by David ...

Taysom Hill: The Measure of Success

In the 1989 movie Field of Dreams, Kevin Costner’s character, Ray Kinsella, interviews an elderly character named Archibald “Moonlight” Graham....

Improve Your Life: Think Like a Soldier

Veteran’s Day is a day of remembrance for all of us, but for the two percent of Americans who have served in the U.S. military, this holiday bears s...