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Giant pumpkins set sail on Oquirrh Lake in South Jordan
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By The Salt Lake Tribune 5h ago

Ballet West chose to perform a classic 1925 ballet, then faced another decision: Do racist elements stay or go?

Scott D. Pierce By Scott D. Pierce 2d ago

This is what was inside of an 1887 time capsule found at a demolished Utah school

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner 3d ago

Spooky Halloween fun for adults at this Salt Lake City pop-up bar

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson 3d ago

From inserting tampons to questions about sexuality and suicide, Salt Lake Acting Company’s next play is a frank look a puberty

By Larrisa Beth Turner | Special to The Tribune 6d ago

Erin Mendenhall, longtime air quality advocate, says it’s time for Salt Lake City’s mayor to have ‘grassroots’ City Hall experience

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens 6d ago

Luz Escamilla, a longtime ‘champion’ for overlooked communities, says she’s ready to unite Salt Lake City

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens 6d ago

The Wasatch Studio Tour invites you to meet more than 120 artists, from Salt Lake City to Draper

By Julie Hirschi | Special to The Tribune October 11

Media too often ignore faith persecution, international religion journalists say at Utah conference

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson October 10

Corner Canyon quarterback Cole Hagen is a hot college prospect — in the Ivy League

Alex Vejar By Alex Vejar October 7

LDS Church President Russell Nelson talks temple recommends, a ‘First Vision’ celebration and humanitarian activism

Peggy Fletcher Stack By Peggy Fletcher Stack , benjamin wood, david noyce, October 6

TP Gallery closing after 44 years in Salt Lake City, as Native American artists seek new ways to sell their work

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means October 6

Jazz give stars the night off but still rout the Adelaide 36ers 133-81 in preseason opener

Eric Walden By Eric Walden October 5

Kanye West brings song, sermon, prayer — and a crowd of thousands — to Salt Lake City’s Gateway for ‘Sunday Service’

Paighten Harkins By Paighten Harkins October 5

Go all-in with God, stick with true doctrine, and cut back on social media, Latter-day Saints told

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson , peggy fletcher stack, david noyce, October 5

The latest from LDS General Conference: Beware of Satan’s disguises, apostle counsels

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson , peggy fletcher stack October 5

Excommunicated LDS bishop leads 800 in a march to end child abuse and hold all religions accountable

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner October 5

‘I am not on the fence': Ben McAdams throws his support behind Trump impeachment inquiry

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood October 4

September in Utah: The best photos from Tribune photographers

Chris Samuels By Chris Samuels October 4

Utah architect creates tiny — really tiny — houses he hopes will address gaps in homeless services

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens October 4

Robert Plant breathes new life into old songs in eclectic Salt Lake City show

Eric Walden By Eric Walden October 2

‘Female friendly’ mosque is taking shape in Utah

Peggy Fletcher Stack By Peggy Fletcher Stack October 2

RSL secures playoff berth with 2-1 win over Houston Dynamo

Alex Vejar By Alex Vejar September 29

Ballpark neighbors embrace the new homeless resource center that opened earlier this month

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens , bethany rodgers September 29

After four homicides in one year, Ballpark neighbors plead with city officials to tear down abandoned buildings

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens September 29