Say good-bye to the era of Mormon PR victories.
Laid-back employees of Iconoclad, we salute you.
The four-part series “The Father Factor” will be co-published in The Atlantic and Deseret News and will feature reporting from both staffs. “Why not collaborate and double the amount of stories we could deliver to our respective audiences?” Atlantic Digital Editor Bob Cohn said.
Unless you live in California, Seattle actually has more perfect days a year than your city does.
More than 40 elementary school kids had their lunches taken away because their lunch accounts were in debt.
About 800 people gathered at the state capitol in Salt Lake City Tuesday for two separate rallies over marriage for same-sex couples.
A survey of 600 Utahns conducted from January 10–13 by SurveyUSA for The Salt Lake Tribune found the state was evenly split on their views about marriage for same-sex couples.
“It’s a civil rights issue,” one speaker said at the rally.
Some Utah county clerks opened their doors Monday, allowing same-sex couples to receive marriage licenses in what could be a brief window before a court hearing to consider the state’s emergency appeal to halt the marriages.
Front pages from across the Beehive State.
In 2011, Mormonism was called an “outsider faith.” Today, it’s more a part of the national conversation than it was before. What the “Mormon moment” means for the church a year after Romney.
My face hurts from watching this video.
A jogger found the stolen dinosaur in an alley early Tuesday morning.
“Our presence in pride parades is a symbol of the courageous and complex work Mormons are doing every day to make their homes and congregations safe and welcoming for our gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered brothers and sisters,” organizer Erika Munson said.
Friends and family remembered Ricardo Portillo at a wake followed by a religious ceremony Wednesday in Salt Lake City.
Bishop Kent Hendrix saved his neighbor from her attacker Tuesday night by waving a samurai sword and scaring him off.
Five days to recover from both the run and the attack.
“No one’s backing down, that’s for sure,” one organizer said.
At Lagoon, in Salt Lake City.
On 10-year anniversary of the Salt Lake City games, Democrats call federal funding “Olympic Bailout.” Trying to upend the Romney narrative, the Democratic National Committee calls the American taxpayer “the real savior of the Salt Lake City Olympics.”
Using criteria ranging from number of LGBT bookstores to hosting a WNBA team, The Advocate released a list of America’s queer capitals. Here they are paired with photos, taken in those cities, that showcase a spirit of gaiety and fun! Full list and explanations at The Advocate.
This one goes out to Mitt. Thousands of people stripped down to their underwear yesterday and ran through the streets of Salt Lake City. Why? To protest against Utah being an uptight fuddy duddy of a state. Solidarity, you bunch of pantless Utahns…solidarity.