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Ziegfeld’s ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’ Delivers A Lot of Laughs

The Ziegfeld Theater’s rendition of “The Drowsy Chaperone” is an energetic and irreverent success. Directed by Weber State University acting and directing student Trent Cox, the show features an eccentric old man that plays a record of his favorite musical: The fictitious 1920’s class “The Drowsy Chaperone.” “The Drowsy Chaperone” is a musical about an […]

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Research shows video game skills may enhance surgical performance

It turns out that hours of video games could be training future doctors. Dr. James Rosser of the Florida Hospital Medical Group says video games may be key to the hand-eye coordination that is so valued in surgeons. Rosser is president of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons. Laparoscopic surgery, also known as minimally invasive surgery, […]

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Epic Rap Battles of History: Science Episodes

Let’s face it – we all have those days when homework just doesn’t happen. Math and history? Yawn. We’d much rather spend our time watching random internet videos – check out a few from epicrapbattlesofhistory.com. Pssst . . . the science ones are the best! Nikola Tesla vs. Thomas Edison Favorite line: “I don’t alternate […]

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The musical comedy “The Drowsy Chaperone” will conclude it’s month-long run this weekend at the Ziegfeld Theater in Ogden with three separate showings. “The Drowsy Chaperone”centers on an unnamed man who is notated as The Man in Chair in the program. The Man in Chair, played by Tim White, puts on a record for his favorite […]

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I never thought electronic music could be combined so well with folksy singer-songwriter melodies, but Sylvan Esso’s self-titled album has managed to create a beautiful combination of those genres. Sylvan Esso’s music is described as electronic folk-pop as they collaborate elements of singer-songwriter lyrics and sound with electronic beats. The band was formed in North […]

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Ogden’s Art Festival displays creativity in the community

Peacock feathers took shape in shades of green, purple and blue on a glistening gold piano outside the Union Station Saturday morning. Every summer pianos painted by local artists are displayed throughout Historic 25th Street before they are sold. The pianos are a project organized by Nurture the Creative Mind Foundation, a nonprofit organization that seeks to empower […]

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