Category: Culture

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Chalk Art Tradition Continues in Ivins

2017 Street Painting Festival April 29th & 30th Kayenta Arts Foundation’s mission is to develop and create an environment that fosters diverse a...
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Innovation Plaza

Continuing Entrepreneurialism in Southern Utah Recently, Dixie State University announced the creation of Innovation Plaza in the building previously ...
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Meet Lindsey Smith – DXATC Student of the Year.

Lindsey Smith likes to say that she is left-handed and right-mouthed. Born with arthrogryposis amyoplasia multiplex congenita—a condition that cause...
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Viva Chicken

“Food as good for you as it is delicious.” Part of what makes going out to eat enjoyable is the experience as a whole. When atmosphere and backgro...
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Community Calendar

March 4th BYU Men’s Chorus The Brigham Young University Men’s Chorus is thought to be the largest collegiate male choral organization in t...
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Letter from the Editor

Spring is in the air, and to most that means sunshine, flowers, baby animals, and possibly vacations. To me it brings to mind friendships—people tha...
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The St. George Barbershop: Where Nostalgia Meets Precision

  Perhaps one of the greater ironies of our advanced technological age is this: for all of the various ways to connect and communicate, human int...
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Dancing With Your Community Stars

  If you like to watch Dancing with the Stars, now is your chance to see St. George’s “Community Stars” compete for their own mirror ball t...
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The Park Planning Division of St. George: Your Recreation Landscapers

After a prolonged, soggy winter, it’s time to peel off those layers of fleece and embrace the arrival of spring. What better way to celebrate the re...
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DOCUTAH@TheELECTRIC Launches Second Season of Documentaries

Following on the success of last year’s DOCUTAH@TheELECTRIC, the second season has launched with a powerful lineup of remarkable documentary films. ...