After graduating from BYU, Isaiah Shields bought a home and was working as a corporate finance analyst. One day, his plans changed. With nothing but a baby buggy and a good pair of sneakers, Shields left his house in Provo to walk America from coast to coast.
It's that time of year, you buy a pumpkin, grab a knife and begin your masterpiece. But what happens when your jack-o-lantern turns from spooky decoration to soggy decomposition?
Daniel George's first Salt Lake City exhibit called "Marrow" features art that looks into common food dishes from members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints throughout the state of Utah.
The Downtown Provo monthly mural program is bridging the gap between local art and local businesses and offering a spotlight to talented artists such as upcoming muralist Laura Hendricks.
The hashtag #twinder blew up on Twitter a few weeks ago. "Twinder" combined the wide worlds of social media and online dating with interesting results. This past week, Twitter user Big Relly, the re-instigator of the "twinder" trend, tweeted about an invite to another Twitter wedding. Universe Live reporter Abby Gunderson went to BYU campus to find out what students think about these new developments in internet dating. Not all students are Twitter users, but everyone understands the idea of online dating.