What do we say about Andrea? Well, she loves music, reading, dogs, traveling, mythology and coffee. She loves all sorts of music and has lost track of all the concerts she's been to. In fact, as I'm writing this, she's just gotten back from seeing her favorite singer and songwriter in concert. She's also a giant geek. It's the golden age of TV and film for her, so she's told all the streaming services to "shut up and take her money!" with adaptations of the "Wheel of Time", "The Expanse", and "Umbrella Academy" on her watchlist and all the "Star Trek" she could ever ask for.
Spotlighting Unique Halloween Homes In Cedar City
Halloween is right around the corner, and you might be running out of activities to keep yourself and maybe even the kiddos entertained. You might want to hop in the car and take a drive around Cedar City to see some of the fantastic Halloween decorations Cedar City homeowners have decorated their homes with...
A Latte Love For Coffee In Cedar City
Today was the grand opening of the Dutch Bros location in Cedar City.
Plunge Into Awesome And Unearthly Stories Of Supernatural Horses
As a part of my creepy writing offerings for October, I want to tell you about the Kelpies and the Ghost Horses of Dead Horse Point State Park.
The Halluci Nation A Spotlight On Music Innovation
Throughout November, I’ll be posting articles centered around Indigenous content. In this article, I’ll be introducing you to the Halluci Nation.
Celebrate The Fascinating Festival Of Altars With SUMA
It’s once again time for the Day of the Dead or Dia de los Muertos and the Southern Utah Museum of Art is helping the community celebrate with the opening of the ofrenda in the museum’s vestibule.
Introducing Your Fun Utah Funko Pop Ideas
I recently took to Facebook to ask you what a Funko Pop figure based on Utah would look like.
Explore The Strange And Otherworldly At Phenomecon in Utah
As someone born and raised in Vernal, I grew up hearing rumors about the paranormal in the Uintah Basin. Those rumors and stories have turned into books, reality TV shows, radio shows, podcasts, and now a paranormal conference called Phenomecon in Vernal at the Uintah Conference Center.
The Fort Cedar Monument Shining A Spotlight Back In Time
Fort Cedar took shape when in November of 1851 thirty-five men from Parowan settled Cedar City.
The Furry and Frightening History of Werewolves
Tis the season for spookiness and I want to talk about my favorite creature from horror films, the werewolf.
Plunge Into The Paranormal World Of The Uintah Basin
October is the season of spookiness which means it’s the perfect season to talk about the paranormal activity centered around the area I’m from, the Uintah Basin.