Carole Mikita

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Arabic calligraphy meets stained glass art to create the ‘Sphere of Light’

An artist from Kuwait has traveled to Utah to work on what will become the largest stained glass art creation in the world.
20 days ago

Minerva Teichert exhibition opens in Salt Lake City

The artwork of notable Western and Latter-day Saint painter Minerva Teichert is the subject of a new exhibition that opened Thursday at the Church History Museum in Salt Lake City.
3 months ago

Utah Symphony director gives final bow after 14 years

After 14 years at the helm of the Utah Symphony, Maestro Thierry Fischer has conducted his final concerts as music director.
4 months ago

TV legend and longtime KSL anchor Dick Nourse has died at 83

The KSL family and the television news industry lost a legend. Long-time anchorman, Dick Nourse, passed away Thursday at the age of 83.
4 months ago

Huntsman Cancer Institute showcases new cancer wing

The Huntsman Cancer Institute dedicated a new cancer care wing on Monday, featuring eight stories about comprehensive cancer care and women's cancers.
5 months ago

Taking a look back at 60 seasons of Ballet West

Ballet West is preparing to celebrate a milestone — its 60th season. KSL's Carole Mikita takes a look at the company's history and how it hopes to break new ground in the future.
5 months ago

Utah stained glass artist tributes Jesus Christ’s Easter week

A Utah stained glass artist who created thousands of stained glass windows for Latter-day Saint temples and church buildings will present his latest piece in Paris.
6 months ago

Broadway at the Eccles announces 2023-2024 season

From the wives of King Henry VIII to Michael Jackson, the 2023-2024 Broadway season at the George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Theatre in downtown Salt Lake City brings a varied experience to audiences.
6 months ago

‘The Sleeping Beauty’ dancer returns to stage after life-threatening illness

Ballet West is celebrating its latest production “The Sleeping Beauty” and the return of one of its dancers from a life-threatening health crisis.
7 months ago

Utah’s Madeleine Choir School returns for tour including singing for Pope Francis

The members of the Madeleine Choir School recently returned from their first international tour in five years. And the highlight was singing at a Mass for Pope Francis.
8 months ago

Looking back at President Nelson’s accomplishments over the last 5 years

Five years ago, President Russell M. Nelson met with the media as the new and 17th president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. KSL TV's Carole Mikita takes a look back at his remarkable accomplishments.
8 months ago

‘Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations’ comes to Salt Lake City

The sounds and moves of Motown come to life on stage at The George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Theatre this week in "Ain't Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations." KSL TV's Carole Mikita spoke with one of the stars of the show.
8 months ago

Father, daughter explosive combo in Ballet West’s ‘The Nutcracker’

Ballet West’s ‘The Nutcracker’ has become a holiday tradition for many families over the decades. The unmistakable music and the costumed dancers bring a beloved story to life each December.
9 months ago

‘Shucked’ heading to Broadway after Utah premiere

After a successful world premiere at Pioneer Theatre Company in Salt Lake City, the production "Shucked" is headed to The Great White Way.
10 months ago

Family of boy with rare genetic disorder thankful for care at Primary Children’s

With a big smile and a clap of his hand, anyone can tell that Emmett Bleyle is a lively, happy 5-year-old. His parents will tell you that every day of his life is a gift.
11 months ago

‘Shucked’ makes world premiere at Pioneer Theatre Company

Something big is happening there - a world premiere production before the show goes to Broadway - the title is "Shucked."
11 months ago

A flutist for ‘The Lion King’ brings people together with music

For 19 years, Darlene Drew has been one of a company bringing together "the circle of life."
11 months ago

Washington, D.C. Temple: A Sacred Monument

The Washington, D.C. Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sits on 52 acres of land just outside our nation's Capitol.
1 year ago

Carmelite Fair makes a comeback after two-year COVID break

After a two-year pause because of the pandemic, the annual Carmelite Fair in Holladay is returning Sunday.
1 year ago

Utah’s Episcopal Diocese leader is retiring after 12 years of leadership

Bishop Scott Hayashi, the leader of Utah's Episcopal Diocese, is retiring after years of providing a voice of calm and friendship in interfaith relationships.
1 year ago

‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ coming to Salt Lake City

"To Kill a Mockingbird" is a story most are familiar with because of the beloved book and film. Now, the Broadway touring company is coming to the Eccles Theatre with the Tony award-winning production.
1 year ago

Thousands of Virginia Latter-day Saints celebrate the rededicated Washington D.C. Temple

On Sunday morning, thousands of Latter-day Saints filled the D.C temple grounds to be part of the rededication with President Russell M. Nelson.
1 year ago

Old story of temple guard dog recalled during rededication weekend for Washington D.C. Temple

The Washington, D.C. Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been closed for the last four years because of a renovation and then the pandemic. The First Presidency traveled to our nation's capitol this weekend to rededicate the temple.
1 year ago

Royal Academy of Dramatic Art set for first performance in Utah

The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London is performing this week at the Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City. It is a historic moment for both companies.
1 year ago