When Samson Phommabout and Levi Lieske were just young boys, they were lured into a gang life filled with violence, death, and prison time. But with hard work and determination, these two former gang members have turned their lives around by creating successful businesses and giving back to the community.
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From the earliest years of the silver screen to the modern age of television, Utahns have consistently played a starring role in Hollywood over the past century. While dozens of Utahns have made their mark, five actors have achieved an even greater degree of fame. Read on to learn about these Utahns who became Hollywood legends.
Dr. Christopher L. Smith knows a thing or two about defying the odds. His childhood and teenage years were filled with instability, tragedy, and homelessness. Yet he persevered to become a doctor at the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital.
“Go West,” the first feature film by the original cast of the beloved sketch comedy show “Studio C,” is a pioneer-themed, family-friendly comedy that’s now playing nationwide. It’s also a “love letter to Utah.”
As we grow older, we hopefully become wiser. The more experiences we have, the more opportunity there is for our heart, mind, and soul evolve—if we take the time to reflect, observe, and listen. Here are 10 wisdom quotes to help you along your journey toward living your best life.
Many would-be restaurateurs develop a following with their food trucks until they can establish a brick-and-mortar location, but many still keep their trucks moving! Here are five of my favorites to whet your appetite to find your next Utah food adventure!
After Becky Douglas lost her daughter to suicide, a series of unlikely events would lead her to India and inspire her to create a nonprofit that provides medical care, education, and micro-loans to thousands of people affected by leprosy.
When life gets you down, how can you pull yourself back up? Here are eight keys to resilience to help you pivot and bounce back.
YouTube sensations Heber “Heebs” Cannon and Marston “Mars” Sawyers, a.k.a. the Buttery Bros, take to the gym, the trails, the competitions—anything that pushes their bodies to the limit—and they do it all with cameras in hand and smiles on their faces. Their goal is to share their love of fitness while spreading joy wherever they go.
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