This summer, some kids are going to camp to paddle canoes and explore the outdoors. 15-year-old Saerichai Baker-Rajsavong, who also goes by the names Jedi and Arson, is learning how to rock a bass line.
Every day, thousands of people from across the globe turn to two Utahns for a laugh, but they’re not comedians — one is a yoga instructor and the other is a middle school teacher. They make people laugh by laughing themselves.
You can’t hear the carbon dioxide that quietly collects in our atmosphere and heats up the earth, but if you could, it might, University of Utah assistant music professor Elisabeth Curbelo said, sound like an oboe.
Not long ago, if you wanted to donate a kidney to a loved one, the odds were usually against you. You likely weren’t the right match. Now, thanks to the power of large numbers and algorithms and the National Kidney Registry, that doesn’t matter anymore.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve learned there are lots of things that you can do without ever leaving your car – shop, get take-out, get a coronavirus test, and even appreciate art. Logan artist Michael Bingham, in order to safely show his work, opened a drive-through art exhibit.