Author: Marisa Cooper

Salt Lake’s Classical Greek Theatre Festival brings story of Prometheus to Westminster

Salt Lake City’s Classical Greek Theatre Festival brought the story of “Prometheus Bound” to Westminster College’s Courage Theater for its 49th season from Sept. 5-14.  “Prometheus Bound” is also the same play that was first produced to kickstart the festival in 1970.  Although the festival aims to attract a younger audience to Greek mythology, director Emilio Casillas said “there are pe...

Westminster adapts to another year of 1300 East construction

Salt Lake Public Utilities is doing construction work on 1300 East that no one could miss.  The original plan was to finish the portion of the road in front of Westminster College’s campus before the end of the previous academic year. But work continued through the summer, and has now been a part of Westminster’s move-in day for the second year in a row. The Westminster community has felt the...

Glow-in-the-dark paint and yoga gives yogis more freedom and self-exploration

James Hardy hated yoga when he first tried it in high school. Now he and his fiancée Shazzy Tapias lead Salt Lake City yogis through flow yoga routines while covered in glow paint, listening to a singular artist’s repertoire.  The idea started while Hardy was in yoga teacher training and found himself blasting Led Zeppelin while practicing. In 2011, he was about to lead others in this practic...