When it comes to holiday music, this most wonderful time of the year is a veritable oversized stocking stuffed with a dizzying array of choices.
KAYSVILLE — Forgive me for stating the incredibly obvious here, but the Standard-Examiner’s weekly GO! restaurant features are known for their focus on one main item: food.
Think of it as a “Messiah’ Sing-In for Dummies.”
Ryan Shupe brings Christmas to Peery’s Egyptian
As snow brings a hushed weightiness to the mountains and the twinkle of holiday lights pierce through the darkness of a chilly night, there's no question that winter is here, bringing with it not only the ice and cold, but the promise of Christmas, warmth, traditions, sweet music, memories and more.
OGDEN — Here’s a different suggestion for spending a cold winter’s morning: Enjoy a morning beverage and visit with a wild critter — all while helping to raise money for a good cause.
For those about to rock, Live Nation is primed to salute you with an incredible new offer for the 2020 season at USANA Amphitheatre.
OGDEN — The Ogden Concert Band will present a free Christmas concert on Wednesday evening.
OGDEN — An Ogden legend died Saturday.
Forget everything you know about “The Forgotten Carols.” The 2019 version of the annual holiday tradition has been “completely reimagined.”
Sure, you could do your Christmas shopping at a big box store, but where’s the fun in that?
It sounds like the beginning of a great joke: A preacher, a lawyer, a cellist and a harpist walk into a bar …
For a dozen years, Imagine Ballet Theatre has offered local audiences plenty of “Nutcracker” action each December.
It’s a holiday performance that promises to be practically perfect in every way.
NEW YORK — A documentary on Taylor Swift will kickoff the next Sundance Film Festival, where new films including the Will Ferrell-Julia Louis Dreyfus remake of the Swedish film “Force Majeure” and Benh Zeitlin’s long-awaited follow-up to “Beasts of the Southern Wild” are set to premiere.
Sydney Macfarlane, keyboardist and backing vocalist for the Utah-based indie folk pop band The National Parks, never thought she’d find herself up on a stage in front of thousands of people.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — Holiday tunes will take on a jazzy flavor at a concert coming to a nearby library branch.
Lights! Camera! (Holiday) Action!
Lights! Camera! (Holiday) Action!
It’s not just Christmas. It’s … TubaChristmas.
OGDEN — Hey, don’t blame Craig Bielik for this year’s Christmas Village theme. It wasn’t his idea.
This is how new holiday traditions are established.
Try to imagine a holiday season without “The Nutcracker.” It can’t be done.
BYUtv has built its “strongest Christmas lineup ever” this year, according to Andra Duke, director of content.
Chef Geraldine is back.
It began decades ago as a humble holiday display of just a few strands of lights. Today, it’s an expansive exhibition of more than a million twinkling, dancing, multi-colored bulbs, spread out across the northeast end of a Layton park.
A new film festival debuts in Ogden this weekend, bringing with it the cult classic 1994 sci-fi film “Plan 10 From Outer Space.”
OGDEN — Classical music will reign supreme in the next week when three concerts come to the Browning Center at Weber State University.
Three evenings of motion and music take place this week at Weber State University.
A new musical about the life and writings of Edgar Allan Poe will have its world premiere this month at Weber State University.
Before she’d even turned two years old, Sue Brodie was wearing ice skates.
Dude! Big Lebowski Festival returns
Sheree Yu is poised to bring back Maple Garden — one of Ogden’s most popular Chinese restaurants — and the buzz in the city is palpable.
OGDEN — Some Ogdenites wear their love of literacy on their sleeves, as evidenced by this year’s Ogden School Foundation Fall Author Event selling out in about a month — way back in March.
Rap history may be made next week in true Provo fashion — with a white guy, “Lord of the Rings” and a barnyard worth of sock puppets.
Traditional ballet? Forget everything you know about the classical art form.
It may not have the same name recognition as Sundance, but the return of this weekend’s Ogden Film Festival promises to again offer a wide selection of short movies created by local and national directors.
Classical pianist Boris Giltburg says Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3 has a reputation for being “the most difficult piano concerto of all.”
Camille Washington may have somewhat inadvertently slipped into her side gig as a playwright, but she’s certainly making the most of it these days.
Jazz at the Station brings student musicians
Ready for a little traditional jazz music from New Orleans?
Thai food is inherently brightly colored, and its flavors are as bright and fresh as they look.
Ogden is finally getting its very own theme song.
By day, Jenny Oaks Baker is a regular mom who enjoys spending time at sporting events and going to church with her family. But this weekend, she will take the stage as America’s Violinist for “Bach, Broadway and Beyond — A Musical Feast of Soul-Filling Favorites.”
Organizers of the upcoming Dia de los Muertos event at Ogden’s Union Station are billing it as a celebration of both life and death.