Roam With a View – All Aboaaard!

Roam With a View – All Aboaaard!

Spike 150 recalls an bygone era in railroad history By Rebecca Chavez-Houck As we travel Utah back roads in our home on wheels, I like to consider what travelers in the past thought about the sites we now enjoy visiting. I imagine that most were focused on basic daily...
The Bird Days of Summer

The Bird Days of Summer

Celebrating northern Utah’s exceptional feathered friends By Katherine Pioli Birds love the Great Salt Lake. On any given day, thousands of them can be seen floating, diving, soaring, burrowing (burrowing owls, anyone?) and stalking along the marshes, grasses,...
Get Thee to Cedar City

Get Thee to Cedar City

Live your best life at this summer’s Utah Shakespeare Festival By Geoff Griffin and Kathleen Curry A trip to Cedar City for the Utah Shakespeare Festival offers adventures that range from the rugged to the refined. Sunny days can be spent at nearby national parks...
Festival Rewind

Festival Rewind

Utah Arts Festival memories spark a few smiles—and hunger pangs By Chris Vanocur Once upon a time, the Utah Arts Festival inspired me to commit some mildly devious reporting mischief. As a TV reporter, I’d agreed to help judge a UAF food contest. But my bosses...
The Pie’s the Thing

The Pie’s the Thing

Utah Shakespeare Festival creates pie recipes evocative of its plays Recipe and photos by Richie Uminski, courtesy of USF Othello is a tragedy by William Shakespeare, but don’t let its themes of jealousy and betrayal stop you from enjoying this delicious pie. In the...
Tails on the Trail

Tails on the Trail

Taking your dog hiking is more enjoyable with proper training By Nicole McNulty It can feel like you’re stuck between a rock and a hard place. The dog park allows you to let your best friends off their leashes, but for your pet, it can be overstimulating and...