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UVU teacher uses thousands of bullet casings for latest works

Celeste Tholen, Contributor  |  Posted  Oct 18th - 2:01pm

Howard Fullmer didn't know for a long time that he wanted to be an artist. He struggled through art school before launching his career. These days, he's exploring new mediums like the thousands of bullet casings in his latest pieces.

NBC News fires Billy Bush after lewd Donald Trump tape airs

David Bauder, Associated Press  |  Posted  Oct 17th - 7:11pm

NBC News on Monday fired "Today" show host Billy Bush, who was caught on tape in a vulgar conversation about women with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump before an "Access Hollywood" appearance.

6 family-friendly plays, musicals playing in Utah

Lindsey Johnson  |  Posted  Oct 17th - 2:02pm

Musical theatre and plays are available all across the state, and there are plenty of options that are safe for family members of all ages. Here are six stage productions playing this year that will be fun for the whole family.

'The Simpsons' and the art of being in a class of your own

Sandra Gonzalez, CNN  |  Posted  Oct 16th - 10:07pm

When "The Simpsons" debuted in December 1989, it was the "perfect thing at the perfect time," according to executive producer Al Jean. You could say, their timing was excellent.

Affleck's 'The Accountant' tops charts with $24.7 million

Lindsey Bahr, Associated Press  |  Posted  Oct 16th - 12:02pm

Ben Affleck is still a box office draw outside of the bat suit.

Billy Bush, NBC near settlement that could be worth millions

Brian Stelter  |  Posted  Oct 15th - 8:38am

NBC is about to pay millions of dollars to Billy Bush to stop hosting the 9 a.m. hour of "Today" show.

WSU student creates Jimmy Fallon parody video hoping to score internship

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Oct 14th - 7:04pm

Weber State University student Nick Garrett is vying for an internship at “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” and his parody video may help him score it.

JK Rowling says there will be 5 'Fantastic Beasts' movies

Sandra Gonzalez, CNN  |  Posted  Oct 14th - 4:58pm

J.K. Rowling just breathed some major magic into the days of her fans.

5 must-see ‘30 for 30’ films on Netflix

Curtis Linnell, Contributor  |  Posted  Oct 14th - 2:01pm

"30 for 30" is a series of documentary films done by ESPN that tells the untold stories of some of the most famous events and people in sports. Netflix has a wide variety of these films on its streaming service. Here are five that you should check ou

'Rogue One' trailer connects new and old 'Star Wars' rebellions

Frank Pallotta, CNN  |  Posted  Oct 13th - 5:33pm

The next film from the galaxy far, far away is getting closer and closer.

6 feel-good TV shows to watch

Amanda Taylor, Contributor  |  Posted  Oct 12th - 2:01pm

Here are some TV shows to watch when you need some comfort food for your soul.

6 books about amazing women

Teri Harman, Contributor  |  Posted  Oct 11th - 3:01pm

Want to infuse a little inspiration into your reading? This is the list! The women in these books—three real, three fictional—are incredible. They'll inspire you to learn more, work hard, be feminine and live to the fullest.

10 haunting reads to celebrate Halloween

Teri Harman, Contributor  |  Posted  Oct 10th - 1:56pm

It's that time of year again — pumpkins, cold nights and scary stories. No October is complete without the reading of a great chilling tale. This book list has something for everyone— young and old, spooky fun to cringe-worthy horror.

'Girl on the Train' steamrolls Parker's 'Birth of a Nation'

Jake Coyle, Associated Press  |  Posted  Oct 9th - 2:49pm

Propelled by the popularity of Paula Hawkins' best-seller, the fast-tracked big-screen adaptation of "The Girl on the Train" led North American theaters in ticket sales with $24.7 million, according to studio estimates Sunday. Less successful was Nate Parker's Nat Turner biopic "The Birth of a Nation," which moviegoers largely greeted with a shrug after a 17-year-old rape allegation resurfaced against its star and director.

5 different levels of scary movies on Netflix

Curtis Linnell, Contributor  |  Posted  Oct 7th - 2:01pm

All scary movies are not not created equal when it comes to scariness levels. Here is a list of five scary movies currently streaming on Netlix that are different scary levels.

Art instructor plays with modern collage

Celeste Tholen, Contributor  |  Posted  Oct 6th - 1:55pm

Whether he is creating a collage from bits and pieces he’s found, teaching art at Westminster College, designing and developing web pages, or curating a show filled with work from other artists, Namon Bills is always creating something.

An extrovert’s guide to watching TV

Amanda Taylor, Contributor  |  Posted  Oct 5th - 2:05pm

Do you know what really improves the watching of television? Other people in the room. For an extroverted person, making TV a social activity is the way to go.

10 Hollywood classics coming to the big screen at select Utah theaters

Lindsey Johnson  |  Posted  Oct 5th - 1:58pm

The 2016 Megaplex Silver Screen series features 10 of the most critically-acclaimed movies in history, each of them digitally-mastered for Megaplex Theatres.

Shakespearean Festival cast members compare 'Julius Caesar' to 2016 election

Sara Jarman, Contributor  |  Posted  Oct 4th - 2:45pm

The timelessness of Shakespeare’s plays has been discussed and commented on ad nauseam. However, this year’s production of “Julius Caesar,” directed by Joe Hanreddy and performed at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, seems very relevant.

KSL Movie Club: 4 Halloween movies that should become a family tradition

David Clyde, Contributor  |  Posted  Oct 3rd - 7:02pm

With Halloween approaching, the KSL Movie Club wants to get everyone talking about four classic movies that should be added to your family Halloween traditions.