Russia, Ukraine at odds over singer's Eurovision performance
Eurovision song contest organizers say they have taken the unprecedented step of offering to let Russia's contestant perform via satellite after authorities in host Ukraine banned her from entering the country — a proposal that was immediately rejected by a Russian state broadcaster.
'Beauty and the Beast' dances off with top box-office spot
Disney's live-action "Beauty and the Beast" has continued to enchant audiences in its second weekend in theaters.
S.L. music teacher honored by national association
Susan Goodfellow, an emeritus professor of flute at the University of Utah, was named a foundation fellow by the Music Teachers National Association during the group’s recent conference in Baltimore.
Amy Iverson: How to be on social media without falling into the fake perfection trap
Comparing our real selves against others' best social media selves can crush our self-esteem. Maybe it's time we all get a little more real online and quit pretending we're flawless.
Park City Mountain kicks off 10th annual Spring GrÜv Saturday
Park City Mountain will host 16 straight days of free concerts and activities, including the 21st annual pond skimming contest, as part of the 10th annual Spring GrÜv beginning Saturday.
Pulitzer Prize-winner Sheryl WuDunn to speak at the U. March 27
Business executive and best-selling author Sheryl WuDunn will be speaking at the University of Utah March 27. Her lecture will focus on approaches for improving the status of women in the United States and abroad.
Beyond Monopoly: The growing world of alternative tabletop gaming
When most people browse their board game cupboard, they will find classic titles like Monopoly, Risk, and Trivial Pursuit. Fewer people are familiar with games like Exploding Kittens or Secret Hitler but original games like these are becoming popular
Weekend planner: Concerts and Holi Festival of Colors
Among the things to do this week are the Holi Festival of Colors, "The Little Mermaid" ballet, a travel lecture and concerts by Eric Church, Tien Hsieh, Taj Mahal, Fry String Quartet and Joe McQueen Quartet.
Big opportunities lie ahead for Utah's aspiring filmmakers
The future is promising for Utah's aspiring filmmakers, particularly during this time of rapid business innovation.
Routine 'Power Rangers' tacks a dramatic finale on a sci-fi 'Breakfast Club' story
The success of “Power Rangers” will likely depend on the reaction of its niche audience. Director Dean Israelite’s effort clearly has longtime fans in mind, but his film feels much more like a product than an experience.