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  • Why novelty is the most important factor to a great date night

    There is something to be said about the comfort that comes from predictable patterns of behavior, especially when it comes to the comfort of a stable relationship.  Date Night, however, should be anything but predictable. Relationship expert Laura Heck explains the science behind novelty while dating your spouse and why it’s so important. According to her, if couples want to get the most out of their habitual date nights, do anything but the expected dinner and a movie. A growing […]

  • Recipe: Cilantro Lime Chicken Street Tacos

    Utah just isn’t ready to start warming up. So, until that warm weather starts to come around, these delicious Cilantro Street Tacos from Cooking with Ruthie are sure to take you someplace warm. Check out the recipe below. Cilantro Street Tacos Ingredients: Slow Cooker Cilantro Lime Chicken: 1 (21 oz) jar medium or mild salsa Juice of one lime ¼ cup fresh cilantro, chopped 1 (1.25 oz) package taco seasoning 2 jalapeno peppers, seeded and finely chopped (optional) 4-6 chicken […]

  • Hearts 4 Paws: Chewy

    Meet Chewy, a two-year-old Schnauzer mix. He is a big sweetheart that loves being around people and is looking to find a forever home. He learns very quickly and loves to please people. He’s crate trained and is working hard on house training. Chewy loves going on walks, car rides and playing with his toys. Cats and dogs of all sizes and types are no problem for Chewy and neither are children. He’s such a friendly puppy who just loves […]

  • Beauty 101: Monochromatic colors and contouring tips

    We’re getting closer to summer so it’s time to start getting that glowy, beach-babe look on. Professional makeup artist Bobbi Farnworth shares her tips for contouring and color matching to help you get that beach-ready look this summer. Check out the video above to see what she suggests! Find more of Bobbi on Instagram @bobbisbeauty.

  • Don’t miss the chance to see Dirk Losander Master of the Art of Levitation live

    Dirk Loseander, Master of the Art of Levitation is having his first show at Weber State University tonight at 7:00 pm. The event is open to the public and for just $20 in advance or $25 at the door, you can see this levitation master live in action. The Society of American Magicians is for anyone who has a desire to learn magic or who knows a little magic and wants to improve their skills. It’s a fun group where you can meet […]

  • Chenille Saunders live performance

    Originally from Logan, Utah, Chenille Saunders has gone on to win the 2017/2018 International Female Vocalist of the Year and the 2017/2018 International Female Entertainer of the Year as well. Despite her moving away to Illinois, she’s made her way to Cedar City and blessing the world around her with her voice. She’s not just a singer, but an entertainer, performer, master class presenter and speaker. She has a four and a half active range trained classically in opera but sings country, gospel, […]

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  • Recipe: Pressure Cooker Spring Vegetable Farroto

    Personal chef to the stars Jenna McGregor with Food By Jenna stopped by the show today to show us how to make a perfect-for-spring Pressure Cooker Spring Vegetable Farroto. Check out the recipe below! Pressure Cooker Sring Vegetable Farroto Ingredients:     2 tablespoons butter     1 large shallot, diced     1/2 cup leeks     2 garlic cloves, minced     1/3 cup white wine     1 cup semi-pearled farro     2 1/4 cups chicken or vegetable broth     Salt and pepper […]

  • What to know about child car seat safety

    In a hurry to move junior to a car booster seat? Well, you may want to think again. New child safety seat guidelines outline when the right time is to advance your child to a larger car seat or booster. It goes without saying, but child safety seats – and their proper use – save lives each day. As parents, children are your most important concern. The fact is that children’s lives are saved every day by proper use of […]

  • Create your own floral wearables for your special day

    Ever thought about making your own wedding florals? It’s a romantic idea, purchasing bunches of flowers, spreading everything out before you the night before and building your perfect bouquet with your own hands. However, Jenevieve Hubbard from Beehive Floral knows first-hand about all the hours on hours of flower sourcing, planning, preparation, design and all-nighters that goes into creating the perfect wedding floral. Not to mention the specific care required of endless buckets of delicate perishable, not to mention expensive flowers. That […]

  • Fish for Garbage this Earth Day

    Spend this Earth Day, April 21, helping to clean up Utah’s gorgeous outdoors. Fish for Garbage is an event started by three Provo men who were just trying to clean up the Provo River. Since it started, the event has become bigger than they could’ve imagined. This year, they’re expecting a big crowd to come out to the Fish for Garbage event to not only help clean up trash in the river, but also to enjoy the outdoors, have fun, […]

  • Three-step micronutrients that are made for you

    Casey Carter from Thrive joined us today to fill us in on why 10 million people around the world are using Thrive micronutrients right now. Whether you’re an eighteen-year-old athlete who’s looking to reach your physical peak or an 80-year-old who’s looking to strengthen your knees, check out the video above to hear why these micronutrients may be for you. Thrive is doing a giveaway of their products so make sure to catch the number at the end of the […]