It’s time to carry the banner with Disney’s Newsies at The Stage Door at The Electric Theater! Set in turn-of-the-century New York City, Newsies is the rousing tale of Jack Kelly, a charismatic newsboy and leader of a band of teenaged newsies.
The Back Country Horsemen of Utah Southwest chapter will be hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the two new 21-ft. bridges built in Pine Valley. These bridges were placed over two difficult water crossings on a popular trail used by hikers, mountain bikers and horsemen to provide safe passage and enable those with more limited abilities to use the trail as well.
It’s mid-summer and the days are longer and hotter as ever here in the desert. That is why I cannot think of a better time to share this fabulous coconut cake recipe. Even if you’re not a fan of coconut, I ensure that all can escape to the tropics and enjoy this light and fluffy treat.
Southwest Symphony is hosting a gala at the SunRiver ballroom on September 28th with a private concert from the Rosin Cello Duo! Tickets are on sale from August 1st to September 7, and every attendee will receive a $50 gift card to St. George Day Spa!
Every July 24, Utahns around the state gather to celebrate their heritage, history and the commemoration of Pioneer Day! Mark the day with a complete list of the festivities happening all around the St. George area below.
Summer has arrived and BBQs and get-togethers have come with it. Without a doubt, enjoying good company along with even better food is the best way to spend these long summer days, and this salad is the perfect side dish to accompany any picnic or party.
Tuacahn Ampitheatre’s final show of the summer season is finally here! Come see the red hills of St. George transform into the green hills of WWII-era Austria as the canyon comes alive in this classic tale of Maria, the Captain and the Von Trapp children.
Happy Independence Day! As people across the country gather to celebrate the founding of our country, it's important to remember that the holiday is about much more than BBQs, fireworks and wearing red, white and blue. Below, check out four different ways to commemorate the real meaning of the Fourth of July.