With its proximity to two universities, Provo has never been in short supply of people looking to have a good time. Sadly lacking was a place where those from all walks of life and backgrounds could mingle comfortably. Enter The Madison, a three story 21 plus hybrid restaurant/venue/lounge/bar built specifically to suit the unique needs […]
With its proximity to two Universities, Provo has never been in short supply of people looking to have a good time. Sadly lacking was a place where those from all walks of life and backgrounds could mingle comfortably. Enter The Madison, a three story 21+ hybrid restaurant/venue/lounge/bar built specifically to suit the unique needs of […]
Just when you think you can predict the path that all LDS film and filmmakers will tread, a film may come along that will cause you stop and rethink your preconceived notions. Richard Dutcher, the talented filmmaker, actor, producer and director of popular LDS films like “God’s Army” (2000), “Brigham City” (2001) and “States of […]
To ease the transition from weekend back into the week, each Monday beginning at 7 p.m. local venue and café Muse Music in Provo offers a free platform for local musicians to share their music with the public. Local talent is invited and encouraged to sign up for a time slot during the two hour […]
As February comes to a close and the warm weather feels as though it’s just around the corner, it’s time to make a transition in your listening style to something a little more conducive to the good times that accompany a welcome weather change. To get an early start on the concert season, begin in […]
If boring weekends in the valley are getting you down and you are searching for new music to fill your soul, look no further than Provo’s own Velour. Local music talent is so alive and accessible in the area that there is no excuse for not getting out and seeing what Provo has to offer.
Combing elements of Shakespearian comedy and Elvis songs may seem like an unlikely pairing, but the two blend together seamlessly in “All Shook Up,” the latest production from the Hale Center Theater in Orem. Set in the 1950s Midwest, amid the changing social climate and the dawning of Rock and Roll, a motorbike riding, guitar playing “roustabout” drives into town bringing with him a message of social tolerance and equality.
In post-World War II era Germany, young Michael Berg (David Kross) and Hannah Schmitz (Kate Winslet), a woman several years his senior, engage in an intimate affair. Michael is a charming boy with childlike excitement for the sexual encounters in which he engages with Hannah, and she, in an attempt to divert her attention from the real world, enjoys being read to from the novels Michael is studying in school.