Utah Shakespeare Festival and SUMA Directors to Offer Chicago Art & Theatre Tour

Art and theatre lovers can enjoy delving deep into the Chicago cultural scene this fall as Utah Shakespeare Festival (USF) and Southern Utah Museum of Art (SUMA) team up to offer an exclusively curated cultural experience. Trip leaders are USF Artistic Director Brian Vaughn, and SUMA Director Jessica Farling, who combine connections and experiences to […]

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Contemporary Landscape Artist Downy Doxey-Marshall to Visit Southern Utah

Downy Doxey-Marshall will visit St. George this Thursday, June 20 at 7 p.m., to discuss her southern Utah-inspired show, “WATER,” at the St. George Art Museum as part of the ongoing Art Convo series. On display in the Main Gallery through July 6, Downy’s exhibition, curated by Todd Marshall Contemporary, creates a soothing environment steeped […]

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Son of Golf Legend Billy Casper to Host Summer Games Golf Tournament

Larry H. Miller Utah Summer Games and Southern Utah University’s Community on the Go travel program are partnering again in 2019 for their second annual community golf tournament for all skill levels at Cedar Ridge Golf Course on Friday, June 14. And joining the event again this year is professional golfer Byron Casper of San […]

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Meaningful Father’s Day Gift Ideas from Sunday History Brunch to Petroglyph Crawl

This Father’s Day, give the gift that every dad is sure to enjoy, meaningful time spent together experiencing adventure, culture, history, and recreation. Southern Utah University (SUU)’s community programs offer expert-led adventures and classes that cover a variety of interests and hobbies. “The classes and experiences we’ve created make it easier than ever to spend […]

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New SUU Community Classes in April to Feature Fred Adams Tour

Make some time to develop your artistic skills this spring and resolve to keep learning with new community education classes beginning in April from Southern Utah University’s Community Education program. From alcohol ink painting to pickleball, and culinary classes, there is something for everybody. Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, one of the most influential figures in […]

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Cedar City’s Remarkable Nellie Unthank

She raised 6 kids in a home with a dirt floor, washed clothes for income–here’s why Nellie Pucell left Liverpool England in 1856 with her parents and sister, Maggie When 9-year-old Nellie left her home in Tintwhistle, England, she could not have imagined the journey that would follow. As depicted by sculptor Jerry Anderson, childhood for […]

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China Garden Lady Brings Back Memories

By Haven Scott As far as good Chinese food goes, there are many locals who stoutly claim there has been none as good as the China Garden Café since the restaurant’s closure in Cedar City’s historic downtown. The restaurant, owned and operated by Peter and Anita Yee, served Chinese and American food to customers for […]

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Figures of Local History to be Celebrated at Iron Springs Art Installation

The new Iron Springs Resort in Cedar City invites community members to participate in “A Celebration of Local History,” the installation of a life-size sculpture collection created by local artist Jacob Dean, Saturday, March 16 at 10 a.m., followed by a reception. Titled “They Came This Way,” the collection of five figures features representations of […]

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