“This is not a good-faith gesture on their part. It’s just giving us a sliver of a bone, showing us a movie everybody’s seen already,” retired film instructor Ed Spangler says.
Plenty of live music in Nothern Utah with a variety of summer concert series, along with festivals, workshops and more fun.
Local theaters return with a variety of shows, including “Alice in Wonderland Jr.” in Layton, “Camelot” in Perry.
A visual treat from start to finish, with huge LED light walls, band members riding unicorns or running across the top of the crowd in a giant hamster ball, armies of people dressed like Teletubbies, laser light shows, confetti, and much, much more.
More than building a thriving arts festival, organizers want to create a thriving arts culture in Junction City.
A yet-to-be-named female zebra was born on June 2 to first-time mama Ziva, according to a press release from the Hogle Zoo.