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Mormons sing for Dodgers, Elder Ballard throws pitch

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

This year, a national competition was held to invite Mormon singers from anywhere in the U.S. to audition t...

A new take on favorite childhood movies

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

One of my co-workers sent out an e-mail the other day with a link to the trailer for Tim Burton's upcoming ...


Mormons versus Hollywood

by Standard-Examiner | Arts & Entertainment

According to a survey by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, 68 percent of Mormon church members say t...


Photographer recreates Life magazine photos looking at Mormon towns

by Salt Lake Tribune | Arts & Entertainment

Standing in cool water, Mark Hedengren snaps away as his photographic subject lounges in a Washington Count...


It's kind of like the Mormon version of American Idol

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

It's apparently not too hard to belt out a unique version of "The Star-Spangled Banner." It's not even too ...


From boy band to Mormon Tabernacle Choir

by Salt Lake Tribune | Arts & Entertainment

In the 1990s, performing in the British boy band Awesome, Alex Boyé's backup singers wore silver spandex an...

"Mormon Tabernacle Choir Day" is proclaimed on the event of 80th anniversary

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

One of Utah's most acclaimed organizations, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, commemorated on Sunday morning the...

BYU grad competes in design on HGTV

by The Daily Universe | Arts & Entertainment

As a child, she thought she would be a famous singer, actress or both. But she never thought she would be r...

Tabernacle Choir broadcast marking 80 years

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

Sunday's 30-minute broadcast will begin as it has the past 80 years -- the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's openin...

Fiddling prodigies team up to win

by LDS Church News | Arts & Entertainment

In 2009, Alina Geslison and Grace Dayton can say they're the best pair of fiddlers in the nation. That's be...