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Still from 'The Conjuring' featuring Lili Taylor

Movie review: ‘The Conjuring’ provides quality scares, but not without some problems

Arts reporter Stephen Romney says "The Conjuring" is an imperfect but enjoyable horror flick. Click to read his review.
Marshall Moore, Director of Utah Film Commision presenting to students.

Fair brings digital arts industry to South City

Professionals, educators and students came together for what organizers hope will be first of an annual event.

Greetings ‘Earthlings,’ meet your conscience

Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, "You have just dined, and however scrupulously the slaughterhouse is concealed in the graceful distance of miles, there is...
Tom Cruise, as rock god Stacee Jaxx, performs "Put Some Sugar On Me" in a packed concert club

Power ballads and talent fuel feel good ‘Rock of Ages’

"Rock of Ages" surprises Romney with its depth and actors' singing performances

The Weekly Reel: Exploring the Kryptonian Divide

In this edition of the Weekly Reel, Stephen Romney brings to light the critical divide from the Man of Steel.

Music on the Spot: Alkaline Trio have little to be ashamed

Arts reporter Derrick Gainsforth reviews American punk rock band Alkaline Trio's latest album 'My Shame Is True.'
Richard Scott is Willy Loman in the Grand Theatre's 'Death of a Salesman.'

‘Death of a Salesman’ opens at South City Campus’ Grand Theatre

'Death of a Salesman' is part of the Grand’s American Classics series running from March 7 through the 23..

Romney’s Reviews: ‘Paranoia’

The video for Romney's Review of Paranoia.

Horrorscope Club

When life throws lemons, throw them back with inspiration from this Horrorscopes.
Branden Jackson

Student LookBook: Danielle Parris

Don't make things too complicated in your wardrobe. Danielle Parris, 19, says she likes to keep things "simple for the most part." Her style...
Lynn Collins (left) and Taylor Kitsch in "John Carter"

‘John Carter’ is pure fantasy adventure at its finest

John Carter is a classic adventure film in the style of Star Wars and Indiana Jones, and earns a 5/5.
Features a video review.
Lou Ferrigno

The original Hulk smashes the crowd at Salt Lake Comic Con

Lou Ferrigno talks about his role on "The Incredible Hulk."