With 2012 coming to a close, it's a perfect time to reflect on the many great moments throughout the year, from Click to Canada and all the great games in between.
In a glass display case in the Randall L. Jones Theatre, next to a Regional Theatre Tony Award, is a Regional Emmy Award, the fruit of a partnership between the Utah Shakespeare Festival and BYU Broadcasting.
Despite the chance of cancellation due to the city-wide power outage, nearly 200 people filled the Sterling Church Auditorium on Thursday to watch 14 musicians battle for the title of Guitars Unplugged Champion.
Guitars Unplugged auditions kick off competition
Some of Cedar City’s acoustic guitarists came out last Wednesday to compete for the title of Power 91 Guitars Unplugged Champion and the winner of a $1,000 guitar package from Whittlesticks.
The Morning Brew teamed up with Southern Utah Paranormal Friday to try and contact the ghosts at Cedar Post Pawn Shop to get in the spirit of Halloween.
Two acts hurtling toward Congress right now have the same goal: leveling out the economic playing field for Internet radio.
SUU’s student-run online news source, suunews.com, is the connecting thread for all of the university’s news outlets.
SUU has primed many of its communications alumni to leave the Thunderbird nest and work successfully in the mass media industry as journalists and broadcasters across the nation.
The American Cancer Society is offering young Utah cancer survivors a chance to win a scholarship toward education.
A couple of friends of mine and I recently sat down to have a powwow and discuss a major American issue — which is, what were the eight best albums we could think from 2011.
The schedule for the Power 91 DJ for the 2012 Spring Semester.
There were a lot of memories made in 2011 regarding T-Bird sports. Everything from an alumnus scoring a touchdown to a Canadian crushing the competition around him — all the way to a pair of unforgettable upsets.
Leland Freeborn, better known as the Parowan Prophet, has been preaching preparation against a massive nuclear attack on the United States for more than 30 years, which he says he’s 99 percent sure will come in the next few weeks.
SUU’s KSUU brought home six awards from the Utah Broadcasters Association’s annual UBEE Awards dinner at Ft. Douglas Sept. 29.
Jesse Wride, frontman for the SUU campus-popular Provo-centered band j.wride, stopped by Cedar City Friday to aid the SUU Acoustic Club and promote the band’s upcoming extended play (EP) Love on the Run.
One of the hosts of The Morning Brew on Power 91 was booted off the radio Monday, because of a complaint received from a listener.
It took eight years, but finally the longest wait in pop-punk history is over. Blink-182 is back!
For my new friend Emma and me, being devoted fangirls to Blink-182 means it’s an obvious yes as to whether we’re willing to drive 250 miles for a concert.
The more I listen to music, the more I realize how important summer months are to the dying music industry. Luckily for a student trapped in Cedar City, this summer’s music options didn’t disappoint.
Every year since 2008, record shops across the nation have been celebrating Record Store Day, a celebration of independent record shops and their role in society, and Cedar City’s Groovacious has been joining in the excitement.