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Hey There Delilah (I'm at the MTC)

by YouTube | Opinions & Features

A funny parody on a popular song. (Oh, how we Mormons love our parodies.) ...


Inspirational CD by Marie Osmond really inspires

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

They say Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers complemented each other perfectly. He gave her class and she made h...


Jon Huntsman Jr. picks up a Bush endorsement

by Deseret News | Mormons We Know

Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. picked up a Bush endorsement in Florida in his quest for the Republican p...


BYU football: Y. receivers are showing new coach's influence

by Deseret News | Saints & Sports

From the outset, first-year BYU receivers coach Ben Cahoon has emphasized the fundamentals. That's not surp...


Blog: Will Mormons stop bristling at beards?

by Salt Lake Tribune | Best of LDS Blogs Opinions & Features

To some Jews, Muslims and Amish, a beard connotes piety and religious compliance. It can signal a man's ide...


Muslim leaders express thanks to President Uchtdorf

by Deseret News | Mormons We Know

Among some 800 attendees at the Los Angeles World Affairs Council to hear President Dieter F. Uchtdorf's re...


Utah tops the nation in volunteering

by Salt Lake Tribune | News from Utah

More Utahns volunteered in 2010 than residents of any other state in the nation — making Utah the top state...


Ward, community help LDS child fight brain cancer

by Katie Barlow - LDS Living | Opinions & Features

What started out as a quick trip to the ophthalmologist for 5-year-old Jaylie Nielson ended in her being ru...


FAIR: Joseph Smith didn't act in prophet's role during translation of Kinderhook plates

by Deseret News | Everything Else

Though the Kinderhook plates have often been used to disprove the authenticity of Joseph Smith’s seer-ship,...


Wrongly convicted man says he walked out of prison a better person, talks about faith

by Deseret News | Everything Else

For Utah resident Ted White, the past 13 years of his life have been like being on a treadmill. “You think ...