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Column: Don’t let movie theaters die off

Just because we can watch movies in different ways doesn't necessarily mean we should.

Binary Cocoa offers free entertainment in Rexburg

Binary Cocoa makes and manufactures its own games right here in Rexburg.

“Out of Liberty” comes to theaters

"Out of Liberty" follows the jailer of Liberty Jail during the incarceration of Joseph Smith.

Netflix producing live action ‘Hello, Universe’ movie

Check out the details on Netflix's upcoming movie "Hello, Universe," produced by Forest Whitaker.

Have you heard? Netflix Is Getting a Sound Revamp

High-quality, studio-grade audio is going to be hitting Netflix's proverbial shelves very soon.

30 seconds till devotional

30 seconds till devotional. The room is live. “He’s up,” Allen calls to his students.

Performance and enjoyment at Open Mic Night

The Open Mic Nights on campus are a way for individual artists and musicians to perform and show an audience what they can do.

Dungeons & Dragons: Let the adventures begin!

Dungeons & Dragons has become an official part of the Activites Committee at BYU-Idaho over the weekend of February 24.

A taste of China comes to BYU-Idaho

Puppets danced and lively stories of rural life in remote China drew the audience’s attention to places and sounds rarely heard in the west on Friday, March 2, in the Oscar A. Kirkham Auditorium.

Six campus activities where you might meet your soul mate

Where can you find your soul mate?

Wonder Woman: a new type of movie

Wonder Woman hit theaters to record-breaking audiences the weekend following its release, but it can't seem to shake the controversy that it is feminist propaganda.

Mat Kearney is a Ship in the Night

Mat Kearney performed in the John W. Hart Auditorium Friday, June 2, bringing the joy of live pop music to Rexburg.

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Police log: Stolen volleyballs and TV tantrums

Police took a report of a fight from neighbors to find that it was a juvenile throwing a tantrum over the TV.

One art piece can inspire many

See how a single art piece from Wayne Kimball helped inspire 42 artists to create their own interpretations.

Idaho residents step up to donate blood on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Idaho residents gathered in service on Martin Luther King Jr. Day by donating blood at a local blood drive.