Tag: Utah

A Hale of a Show

A Hale of a Show

The theater is small and rectangular. Three rows of stadium seats line each side with a small stage in the middle. You take your seat, the lights dim, and the show begins.   Hale Center Theater Orem often gets overlooked. Each year the theater produces live musicals, . . . read more

No Car? No Problem

No Car? No Problem

Utah County, nestled on Utah’s Silicon Slopes, has seen rapid growth in recent years, and its offerings and opportunities are bringing ever greater numbers of people to the valley. Every driver on the road will tell you such growth has brought with it certain downsides. Increasing difficulties with traffic, parking, . . . read more

Ghosting Utah

Ghosting Utah

Utah County is definitely not the first location that comes to mind when the topic of ghost towns is mentioned. It is, however, a hidden gem of abandoned mines, ghost towns, and other forgotten locations. In addition to these ghost towns, Utah County is also home to . . . read more

On the Road Again

On the Road Again

Renovated Airstreams, trailers, and camper vans have mixed nostalgic wanderlust with modern conveniences, making many Millennials dream of selling their belongings and hitting the open road. The freedom of going wherever, whenever, is enticing—especially when these adventures are documented with hashtags and validated with likes, comments, . . . read more

St. George’s Hidden Gem: Tuacahn Center for the Arts

St. George’s Hidden Gem: Tuacahn Center for the Arts

Photo by Alan Levine St. George Utah is known for its red rocks, hikes, and amazing weather. It’s the perfect place to go if you want to escape the winter months. However, the biggest gem there is the Tuacahn Center for the Arts. This 2,000-seat . . . read more

Life Above the Death Zone: Survival Over 26,000 FT.

Life Above the Death Zone: Survival Over 26,000 FT.

David Roskelley, of Alpine, Utah, has done something few others on this planet have ever attempted––he has climbed the Seven Summits, the highest mountain on each of the seven continents.

Hoodoo You Do?

Hoodoo You Do?

A Weekend at Bryce Canyon

Shakespeare in the Rockies

Shakespeare in the Rockies

Every summer, the low-key inns and hotels that line Main Street prepare for their busiest season as approximately 100,000 people—more than three times the city’s population—attend the Utah Shakespeare Festival.

Leaving to Live

Leaving to Live

The experience of one forced traveler, a refugee from Somalia, and his path to healing.

Rite of Spring: Flower Festivals Around the World

Rite of Spring: Flower Festivals Around the World

“April showers bring May flowers”—and with them, flower festivals. These events are found in many different countries and cultures, so no matter where you are in the world, you’re certain to find a flower festival nearby and people with whom to celebrate the advent of spring.