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What being a sniper taught Henry Becker about graphic design and life

Henry Becker took a pretty nontraditional route to graphic design and higher education. He got there, he says, through his experience as a sniper in the Iraq War.
3 days ago

The trick to Utah woman’s world-class juggling: Her living room

A Salt Lake City woman has been making a big name for herself in the juggling world and has been called a “phenom” and “the best female juggler ever.”
10 days ago

Utah Buddhist monk plays the blues

A Buddhist monk walks into a bar. That’s not the set-up for a punchline. For Brad Wheeler, blues musician and Buddhist monk, that’s a matter of life and death.
16 days ago

Buskering at Buskerfest

If you're downtown this weekend, you might see a unicycling unicorn. It's not a hallucination, it's Buskerfest. A celebration of street performers.
2 months ago

People with Parkinson’s on the Move

About 200 people made their way around Liberty Park for the Parkinson’s Foundation’s Moving Day on Saturday.
2 months ago

A cartoonist’s take on this country

A graphic novelist illustrated his and his wife's time living in America moving from big cities to the woods and their experiences growing up multicultural.
4 months ago

First the Coen Brothers, then the Wachowski Sisters … now the Also Sisters

Two filmmakers at the University of Utah are in production of a new horror film with their class of film students. They're also twin sisters.
4 months ago

A Utah film entitled ‘Ninety-Five Senses’ is an Oscar contender

A short film designed to give young animators a leg up got them a lot more – an Academy Award nomination.
4 months ago

How a stroke inspired a poetry professor

Every year, about 800,000 Americans have strokes. But it seems that, unlike Shanan Ballam, few people found poetry in it.
4 months ago

Utah artist painted life and death scenes as metaphors. Then they became all-too-real

A local artist who paints the precarious nature of life found himself in a uncertain waters because of his health.
7 months ago

Tying up ‘Loose Ends’: Handwork project brings joy to those in grief

A project started by two women from Seattle and Portland, Maine finishes crafting and handwork projects unfinished by those lost or those that can no longer complete them. The project has expanded to families all over the U.S.
7 months ago

Musician returning to stage following a traumatic brain injury

A Logan musician who had a traumatic brain injury and lost the ability and drive to make music is taking the stage again, thanks, in part, to his bandmates.
8 months ago

Growing memories: The philosophy of a memory care facility chef

David Bench, chef at a memory care facility, set up garden boxes, tends to bees an chickens in order to involve residents in the farm-to-table process.
9 months ago

The Yo-Yo Man’s trick to staying happy: Playing with yo-yos

The "Yo-Yo Man" is Dale Myrberg, who entertains crowds with amazing yo-yo tricks. This year, he performed for crowds at Snowbird's Oktoberfest for the 35th time.
9 months ago

Utah man’s mission began on an overpass

Men are four times more likely than women to die by suicide. For Joe Tuia'ana that’s more than a statistic.
10 months ago

A Utah artist’s relocations: Navigating life’s volcanoes through art

Explore Utah artist Samantha DaSilva's journey inspired by volcanoes, dirt and salt, reflecting life's impermanence.
11 months ago

Intermountain Health Heart Transplant Program: 600 stories

Discover how Intermountain Health's heart transplant teamwork brings hope and improved outcomes. Learn about patient stories and medical success.
11 months ago

A Crossroads for the planet: A physicist and his wake-up-call of a show

Physicist Robert Davies has been taking his show "The Crossroads Project" to audiences all over the U.S. for years. KSL news explores his brutal perspective and how it translates through art.
11 months ago

Utah filmmaker highlights neurodivergent talent through ‘Thunderfeather’ organization

A Utah filmmaker is trying to create opportunities for people who are neurodivergent, in the movies.
11 months ago

Meet ‘Miss Moody’

A Utah ceramic artist decided to take everything that wasn't funny in her life and turn it into art that she can smile at.
1 year ago

‘Weird shaped house’ becomes dream home for musical family

A Provo couple wasn't planning to buy a house when they moved back to town about 10 years ago, but the house had other ideas.
1 year ago

The Utahns who level up video game music

Video game music has been getting a new recognition and respect, and some of it is for a high-profile game title created right here in Utah.
1 year ago

Pathmaker program aims to change the face of medicine

Many minorities are seriously underrepresented in the medical field, and a program at the Huntsman Cancer Institute aims to help change that.
1 year ago

Utah man creates company devoted to flywheel energy storage

What weighs as much as a Toyota Corolla, spins at thousands of rotations per minute, and, a Utah entrepreneur hopes, might one day live in your backyard and store power to run your home? It’s called flywheel energy storage.
1 year ago