Prequels and backstories are tricky. If done poorly, they threaten to remove the lustre of a well-loved story. If done well, they provide new insights while honoring the original tale, casting it in a new, satisfying light.
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You've probably heard this hit song by Justin Bieber, but you've never heard it like this. Alex Boye teamed up with Bill and Melinda Gates to share a unique take on this song, with a unique and important message.
Conan O'Brien raved about Studio C when he featured them on his show Tuesday night, saying the group has managed to do something rare in the entertainment world—keep their comedy hilarious but clean.
Scott Christopher, who you may know from BYUtv's Granite Flats made the following video partially inspired by a talk given by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland about "looking beyond the mark" as a home teacher. The results are funny and hopefully not too familiar.
Wise fools and fish on leashes. Dragons and dwarves. Boats and beetles. Flying pigs and goblin princesses. The imaginative images of myths, fables and fantasies depicted by James C. Christensen will live on in myriad mediums, despite the death of the artist recognized for his works of fantasy and faith.
You may have already seen the 34-second viral video posted by LDS mom Ashley Gardner. In case you missed it, she asks the question that every mother has probably asked themselves at one time or another. I'm hiding in the pantry so I can eat a treat without my kids wanting some, is that wrong?