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Photo Essay: The Lights at Temple Square

by Photos by Deseret News and Joey Ferguson | LDS Life Global View

One man. Six weeks of work. 40,000 lights. Those were the Salt Lake City Temple Square lights in 1965. Fast...

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The Lights on Temple Square: What to Know If You Go

by LDS Living | LDS Life

Photo by Joey Ferguson. •    Christmas concerts : You can attend concerts in the Assembly Ha...

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The Bells on Temple Square to present “Winter Festival of Sound”

by Mormon Newsroom | Arts & Entertainment

Audiences will thrill to the visually fascinating Bells on Temple Square during its annual winter concert o...

Just Off the Square: General Conference October 2012 Edition

by LDS Living | Opinions & Features

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Sun or storms? General conference weather patterns are consistently inconsistent

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Those who attend LDS general conference take their weather reports very seriously. Just ask KSL meteorologi...

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Shuttle helps travelers take in Mormon sights during layovers

by Salt Lake Tribune | Opinions & Features

David Carroll had about four hours to burn in Salt Lake City between flights. He could have stayed at the a...

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CNN: Salt Lake Temple 1 of 8 'Religious Wonders' in U.S.

by CNN | What They're Saying About "Us"

Not everyone who travels to the Salt Lake City Temple is allowed inside the walls, but that doesn't mean th...

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Historic photos of Temple Square

by Salt Lake Tribune | News from Utah

The Salt Lake Tribune occasionally presents images from its archives in a special series called A Look Back...

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LDS Conference Center fire caused $500K in damage, fire officials say

by Deseret News | Everything Else

A fire at the downtown Conference Center caused $500,000 in damage to the LDS Church building, fire officia...

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Cleanup under way at LDS Conference Center; pulpit spared

by Salt Lake Tribune | Everything Else

An electrical room was singed. Carpet and chairs in the main auditorium were soaked. But the wooden pulpit ...