Weber State University physics professor Adam Johnston says there’s that one moment at the annual Physics Open House that makes it all worth it.
OGDEN — A temporary paper sculpture intended to symbolize threatened national monuments in southern Utah has been altered after drawing the Ogden fire marshal’s attention.
What do you get when you cross Halloween with unique craft beers?
Honey, I shrunk the bulls.
Think you know Jane Austen? Think again.
We’re not sure how the rest of James Violet’s 15 minutes — or years — of fame will go, but the first five minutes certainly were impressive.
LAYTON — Just in time for Halloween, the Davis Arts Council has created a monster.
Monsters and zombies and witches, oh my!
OGDEN — It’s the educational side of Halloween.
Ross Reeder remembers the first time he saw “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
You know that candy you’ll be handing out come Oct. 31?
OWL THAT ART
OGDEN — Folk singer-songwriter Bill Staines will present a house concert here this week.
An Ogden native and former Weber State track team member will be featured on a Discovery Channel wilderness reality show this fall.
The annual Festival Hispano de Ogden — or Ogden Hispanic Festival — returns to town soon.
For the new animated movie “Abominable,” bringing a big city in China to life with accuracy means that even the trash has to look right. Chinese animators collaborating with DreamWorks animators urged them to dump metal trash cans from backdrops because “we don’t have metal trash cans.”
OGDEN — The Ogden Twilight Concert Series concludes for 2019 this week with Rüfüs Du Sol coming to town.
OGDEN — You know what they say about opinions.
Local runners host Coffee Day fun run
What do you get when you take an accomplished vocalist from a famous singing family, partner him with the one-time touring saxophonist from the rock band Neon Trees, and add a 16-piece big band filled with young, dedicated musicians?
Think of it as an alternate version of “The Nutcracker.”
The Utah Humanities Book Festival kicks off later this month, and Weber County is doing it up right with more than a dozen author events taking place over the next five weeks.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Visitors descending on the remote Nevada desert for "Storm Area 51" are from Earth, not outer space.
So long, summer. Hello, fall.
WEST OGDEN — Kym and Pete Buttschardt are no strangers to setting restaurant standards. They opened the original Roosters on Historic 25th Street pre-revitalization — you know, back when you had to have a compelling reason to go down there. Now they’re doing it at the Trackline development. …
Chamber Orchestra Ogden performs world music
This week, movie fans will be transported back to a time of dinosaurs, Millennium Falcons and wand-waving magic at the Utah Symphony’s live performance of “The Music of John Williams.”
The wildly popular Excellence in the Community free concert series returns for the 2019-2020 season next week with traditional music and dance from Mexico.
In honor of World Deaf Day, a local distillery is planning a special tour for the hearing-impaired.
OGDEN — Ready to dip your toes in another year of Weber Reads programming?
Of Monsters and Men
Two words describe this year’s Gangrene Comedy Film Festival.
OGDEN — Ready for a concert that is out of this world?
Sorry, Bernie Taupin, but on Wednesday night at Vivint Smart Home Arena it was "thank you" that seemed to be the hardest words to say for Elton John.
NORTH OGDEN — The North Ogden Community Band will present a concert here next week.
CLEARFIELD — The city’s Dog Splash & Dash will be held here this weekend.
One of Weber County’s best-kept secrets is going on display this weekend.
Cosplaying is what brought sisters Kadi and Lexi Redd together.
Who says lightning doesn’t strike twice in the same place?
Kadi Redd, 22, and her Lexi Redd, 26, both of Plain City, make up the cosplaying duo Rebel Girls Cosplay. The two have competed in cosplay competitions and intend to do so at the Fall 2019 FanX convention held Sept. 5-7 in Salt Lake City.
It’s as close to a citywide holiday as it gets in Brigham City.
SALT LAKE CITY — It’s time once again for the Utah State Fair.
If it’s autumn, it must be time for a world-class jazz musician to visit Weber State University.
For the second time this year, fans of nearly anything under the umbrella of pop culture will have the opportunity to gather as the FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention returns this weekend.
OGDEN — One of the most anticipated shows of the Ogden Twilight Concert Series comes to town this week.
The Bonneville Chamber Music Festival returns next week for its 13th year — a little smaller, but no less significant.