Get to know Heidi Lewis, founder of Utah Women Flyfishers. More than 300 meet monthly to tie flies, practice casting at the park, plan trips, learn about conservation, ask questions in a safe place and hearing from special guests. Many of the women plan their own trips to Utah waters, and beyond.
Bears Ears National Monument is at the heart of southeastern Utah. These lands are imbued with layers of culture — layers of life. In this four-part video series, meet the locals who connect with the land in their own distinct ways.
Karen Azenberg, artistic director of Pioneer Theatre Company, reveals the magic happening behind the scenes at this fully professional theatre in-residence at the University of Utah.
Watch Utah cyclist TJ Eisenhart climb Zion National Park’s Kolob Terrace Road. It’s a one-of-a-kind ride that transitions from red rock desert to green valley plateaus, and concludes with pines trees and the possibility of snow in the off-season.
Discover the history and significance of the Old Spanish Trail as it crosses scarce deserts and an unexpected oasis with Bob Leonard, retired forest archaeologist and park ranger.
Andrea Latimer of Utah’s Own Bitters Lab fosters has crafted the perfect and ridiculously easy Moab Mint Spritzer, a “rocktail” that is popular with friends and family and, hopefully, you.
Visit Utah columnist Dan Potts takes us to his "secret" fishing hole on Utah's Flaming Gorge Reservoir, one of the world's most diverse fisheries set among the brilliant red rock walls of Red Canyon in the easternmost corner of the state. Along the way, Dan takes us through some of his favorite landscapes on the drive to and from Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake City is often referred to as “a liberal bubble within a conservative state.” But where one expects to find incongruency between two cultures, parallels arise. An interview with the director of The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square reveals the influence of Mormons on the largely secular music scene in Salt Lake City.
Watch the journey of Ugandan Olympic hopeful and snowboarder Brolin Mawejje as he seeks to create his perfect run on Utah's slopes. He's just one example of the world-class athletes that train for the Olympics in Utah.
Legendary saxophonist Joe McQueen came to the city of Ogden , Utah, in 1945 for a two-week gig and he never left. Now, he's the musical godfather of Ogden's lively 25th Street, and when he blows his horn, it's a community horn. Hear his story, learn where to see him play, then explore some of Ogden's (and Salt Lake City's) best nightlight and jazz clubs.