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Gleaning a Small Town's Harvest

Spring City is one of only two sites in the United States where the entire town is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. It's Heritage Day, and the locals have gathered to celebrate their town's art, Scandinavian heritage and craze for historic preservation.

Turning Carbon Into Culture

A historic mining town built by the railroad stakes a future to world-class art, access to outdoor recreation and a tight-knit community with a welcoming small-town vibe.

The Voices of Bears Ears

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.

Step Into an Artistic Vision

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.

Discover an Outdoor Stage in Utah's Canyon of the Gods

Tuacahn Amphitheatre uses their natural red rock surroundings to enhance their musical productions, culminating in a live theatrical experience unlike anywhere else.

Arrive by Train

Follow author Tim Sullivan and his eight-year-old daughter as they travel by train, bus and bike on a "pilgrimage" to Golden Spike National Historic Site.

Guardians of the Old Spanish Trail

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.

Journey Through Utah's History at This Is the Place Heritage State Park

This Is the Place Heritage State Park is filled with fun and history for children and those young at heart. It’s the perfect place to spend an afternoon learning about Utah’s pioneer and Native American culture, taking train rides, petting animals and topping it all off with a piping hot donut.

The 46 Miles of Nine Mile Canyon

Follow Nine Mile Canyon Road into the rugged and remote Book Cliffs, where messages from the ancients interface with settlers of the West and modern ways of thinking.

Temple Square: The Geographical and Musical Heart of Salt Lake

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.

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