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12 churches stand firm in Arizona town

by Deseret News | Everything Else

Bob Dylan sang about "Deslolation Row," a tawdry neighborhood in Mexico. Now somebody needs to sing about "...

Primary activity was wake-up call for Carolina soccer legend

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

It was an ordinary Mormon Primary activity, something that wouldn't stick in anyone's memory. But this day ...

Mormon Tabernacle Choir honors Miller at Jazz opener

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

No, Greg Miller is not ready for his press interview. The Utah Jazz's chief executive officer is busy shoot...

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LDS Convert Makes a Career of Family-Friendly Board Games

by Deseret News | News from Utah

Some say life isn't all about fun and games. For Al Waller, who is a husband, father, LDS convert and CEO o...

Puerto Rican women find spiritual 'time out' 3,000 miles away

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Cari Lu Alvarado had heard about Time Out for Women from two of her sisters-in-law. They had told her it wa...

Orson Scott Card: Is dating really the only way?

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

There are plenty of reasons why young men in a stake might not be asking out the young women. Please notice...

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Mormon Olympian David Bissett also a Spiritual Olympian

by Deseret News | Saints & Sports

Born in Lethbridge and raised in Edmonton, Canada, David Bissett has a 5-foot-9-inch frame packed with 220 ...

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Charlton Heston as Nephi? Arnold Friberg's 'Lost' Book of Mormon Sketches To Go on Display

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

When artist Arnold Friberg passed away in 2010, his family began to clean out his studio in Salt Lake City....

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Christlike mothering: The mother's atonement

by Deseret News | Best of LDS Blogs

I had just swept the final collection into the pile. "Pretzels, captain crunch, popcorn, cheerios, chips .....

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Why I'm Sorry for Judging a Convenience Store Clerk

by Deseret News | Makes You Think

There was just something about her. The woman behind the Handy Mart counter had worried eyes and a tired sm...