USC coach to plead guilty to role in Lori Loughlin case

A former University of Southern California coach agreed Tuesday to plead guilty to playing a role in Lori Loughlin's alleged college admissions scheme.

Pink releases new single ‘Hurts 2B Human’ with Khalid

Grammy-winning singer Pink is back with new music.

Brothers sue Jussie Smollett’s attorneys for defamation

Two brothers are suing defense attorneys who represented actor Jussie Smollett over claims he staged a hate crime against himself, arguing they made numerous false statements that hurt their reputations and careers.


Review: Pioneer Theatre’s ‘Sweat’ worth the emotional workout

Pioneer Theatre Company has debuted its grittiest drama of the season in "Sweat," which earned playwright Lynn Nottage a 2017 Pulitzer Prize for drama.

Review: ‘Gloria’ an intense, powerful tale for adults

The Pulitzer Prize committee described one of its 2016 drama finalists, playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins "Gloria," as "A play of wit and irony that deftly transports the audience from satire to thriller and back again."

Review: Hale’s ‘An American in Paris’ inspires awe, goosebumps

Remember that Oscar-performance moment between Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga when the heat between the two seemed to radiate through the television screen?

Review: PTC’s ‘Once’ offers evocative music, taste of Ireland

Some Utahns will remember "Once" as the modest musical film that hailed from Ireland but first found fame at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. Well, "Once" has returned to Utah, this time in its stage musical version, which earned the Broadway production eight 2012 Tonys, including the one for Best Musical. Pioneer Theatre Company is staging the show, directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh. It tells the tale of loves lost, passionate music and dreams pursued.