Category: Culture

0

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...
0

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...
0

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 ...
0

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...
0

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...
0

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...
0

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.”   ̵...
0

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 ...
0

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....
0

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...
EMAIL
Facebook
TWITTER
Instagram