OGDEN — For the first time in some 40 years, the Weber County Heritage Foundation won't be holding its annual Fall Historic House Tour.
OGDEN — Emergency dispatchers might come across as “curt, short or uncaring,” a stereotype Cody Ray hopes will be dispelled when people watch a new reality TV show about the 911 operators.
Theater students at Weber State University had rehearsed, designed and were waiting in the wings to put on their production of “Pippin” last spring. Then on March 12, the school announced that classes were going online and all events for the rest of spring semester were canceled.
OGDEN — For the 58th consecutive year, Ogden City will host Christmas Village downtown.
OGDEN — Step by step, inch by inch, arts and cultural events are coming back.
OGDEN — A project that will serve as the centerpiece of Ogden’s developing arts district and represent a 180-degree transformation of one of the city’s most seedy locales is gaining some serious momentum.
On Friday, the Grinch pulled Christmas out from under thousands of patrons who attend the annual Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square concert.
OGDEN — Necessity may be the mother of invention, but it took COVID-19 to really get the ol’ creative juices going.
OGDEN — One of the most notorious sections of Ogden during the past decade is ready for a transformation.
OGDEN — Although, technically, the city’s monthly First Friday Art Stroll will continue to be virtual in August, some participating organizations are beginning to open back up following the pandemic shutdown.
OGDEN — Had the Junior Livestock Show, a central element of the Weber County Fair each year, been axed this go-round due to COVID-19 jitters, there would have been a lot of long faces.
OGDEN — You’ll forgive the members of the Los Angeles-based ensemble Quarteto Nuevo if they seem particularly excited to be making a trip to little old Ogden, Utah.
OGDEN — Arts don’t have to come to a standstill just because of COVID-19.
LAYTON — Two stories of courageous heroes who pursued their dreams in America will be on full display this weekend with a couple of free outdoor movies.
OGDEN — The city’s popular Monday Night Movies series has been canceled this year, but organizers are encouraging residents to host their own private film series instead.
OGDEN — Even the fiberglass horses are social distancing this year.
OGDEN — It’s ballet-meets-pandemic.
When most of us say that something was “The hardest thing I’ve ever done,” we’re usually talking about an activity the rest of us can relate to — like the time you ran/walked a 5K, or when you had to take the ACT or SAT exam on just two hours’ sleep, or you helped a buddy carry a piano up fi…
OGDEN — Life can be unfair, exemplified, perhaps, by the upheaval caused here and everywhere by the COVID-19 pandemic.
SALT LAKE CITY — Stores, restaurants and countless other businesses continue to wrestle with the weighty matters of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For 90 years, The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square have entered homes worldwide through their weekly broadcast: Music & the Spoken Word.
LAYTON — This weekend, the Davis Arts Council will host its first live concert since the coronavirus pandemic basically shut down all live performances four months ago.
OGDEN — The city is looking for creative types to spruce up the place a bit.
OGDEN — Nominations are now being accepted for the Ogden City “Mayor’s Awards in the Arts” program.
OGDEN — Ogden City wants to give $100,000 to local artists.
OGDEN — Think of it as a farmers market that’s offering the bounty of local art.
OGDEN — A call-for-entries has been issued for the Eccles Art Center’s 46th annual Statewide Competition.
OGDEN — After a three-month hiatus, Jazz at the Station, the popular monthly free concert at Union Station, returns for a live-streaming event this week.
OGDEN — The annual Lindquist Family Symphony Pops and Fireworks event has been canceled.
BRIGHAM CITY — The summer just got a little less peachy.
OGDEN — In light of the recent surge of COVID-19 cases in Utah, the city’s monthly First Friday Art Stroll will again be celebrated virtually in July.
OGDEN — The rodeo, parade and other events associated with Ogden Pioneer Days may have been canceled, but the art show must go on.
SALT LAKE CITY — For the Deer Valley Music Festival in Park City, the summer of 2020 is officially moving to the summer of 2021.
OGDEN — The annual Ogden Pioneer Days celebration has been canceled, the latest in a string of large community events impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
FARMINGTON — The Davis County Fair has been canceled.
SALT LAKE CITY — Red Butte Garden's popular outdoor concert series has been canceled for 2020.
OGDEN — Greg Webb is in his 30s, has three young children and works full time in the insurance industry.
LAYTON — One thing we can tell you about this particular version of the classic love story “Romeo and Juliet.”
Two hundred years ago this spring — so the story is told — a 14-year-old boy named Joseph Smith walked into a grove of trees in upstate New York, knelt down and began to pray.
OGDEN — If all goes well, Ogden Pioneer Days could come full circle this year.
SALT LAKE CITY — Princess Leia thinks this whole working-from-home thing is pretty darn great.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — Since installing a drive-through coronavirus testing site on the grounds of Ogden Regional Medical Center, the hospital has seen an uptick in traffic.
OGDEN — The crowded field of contenders for the 1st District U.S. House post, now numbering 14, should be pared back considerably by Saturday.
LAYTON — The Davis Arts Council’s popular Summer Nights With the Stars has been canceled for 2020.
The Diesel Brothers of reality TV fame are appealing a federal court judgment that penalized them for $848,000 in Clean Air Act violations.
OGDEN — People say it all the time — how they’ve been preparing for some huge, momentous thing their entire life.