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.
Four Sites Unique to Cedar City and St. George Utah
Utah is home to many unique natural and man-made sites. Many of Utah’s sites include the pioneer history of Utah. With the help of Atlas Obscura, one of my favorite places on the internet, we’ll take a look at a few places in Cedar City and St. George.
Celebrate a Symbol of Italian Heritage in Southern Utah
February 9th is a day to celebrate one of the world's favorite foods, pizza.
Love Your Local Southern Utah Library
The month of February is Library Lovers Month and for those of us who love to read, it’s an excuse to get some extra reading in.
Hot and Steamy in Cedar City, Utah: 8 Places to Celebrate National Hot Chocolate Day
We’re going to go over a quick history of hot chocolate before going over a few places you can visit in Cedar City to grab a cup of tasty hot chocolate.
Discover these Hidden Gems: Seven Sites Unique to Southern Utah
Many sites are unique to Utah, many of which are in Southern Utah. With the help of Atlas Obscura, I’ve made a list of six sites unique to Southern Utah.
Discover The Birthplace Of Filmmaking In Utah: Cedar City’s Historic Role Revealed
This year, the Utah Film Commission is celebrating 100 years of filmmaking in Utah.
Utah’s Ghostly Grave Robber of the Great Salt Lake
Utah is home to many urban legends, ghost stories, and folklore. One of the early ghost stories of pioneer-era Utah is that of Jean Baptiste.
A Spotlight on Nine Sights Unique to Utah
Utah is a state full of natural and man-made wonders. Continuing my series on sites unique to Utah with the help of Atlas Obscura, we will look at unique sites around the Wasatch Front and the West Desert.
Utah A Spotlight on the Prehistoric Past
If you love dinosaurs, no matter what part of Utah you are in, you will be close to a dig site or museum.
Celebrate 20 Years of Laughs and Improv in Cedar City
From The Grind Coffee Shop to a local hotel and their own space, Off The Cuff Comedy Improv has been making Cedar City laugh for two decades.