Author: Heather Harrison

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Instagram connects people with similar interests

I will never apologize for selfies. Selfies are not just about posting ridiculous photos of oneself. There is so much more to the selfie culture. I love the ability to pull up an application and see what the people I care about are doing (bonus points because I don’t have to scroll through suggested pages, […]

Rocket Fizz offers array of candy, soda flavors that may surprise you

From ranch dressing soda to gag gifts and foreign candies, St. George’s newest candy store, Rocket Fizz, has something for everyone. Rocket Fizz opened Oct. 26 at 245 Red Cliffs Drive, Suite 6, next to Jonny Roxx Jewelry store and Coldstone Creamery. It is the first of its kind in Utah. Rocket Fizz owner Tazia […]

“Camelot” DSU’s next musical theater production

From history buffs to music lovers and dance enthusiasts, Dixie State University’s production of “Camelot” promises to have something for almost everyone. The show follows the stories of King Arthur with a new twist as a musical theater production. Adjunct instructor Kelly Thomas is directing the play as her first production at DSU. Thomas said […]

Tech Sassy on video games: “Lego Marvel Super Heroes” quirky, animated

While the rest of the gaming world is playing “Grand Theft Auto V,” I’ll just be over here geeking out about “Lego Marvel Super Heroes.” “Lego Marvel Super Heroes” is the latest in the Lego game saga. It features not only the Avengers, but also many other Marvel super heroes, including Spiderman and the Fantastic […]

Tech Sassy on video games: “Saturn 9” impressive, challenging

Horror games are more fun with friends than as a single player, but sometimes a solo game is epic enough to keep to yourself.   “Saturn 9” is another independent game on the Xbox Live Marketplace, and it basically follows the same line as all other horror games, only this one has no multiplayer option. What really makes this game different […]

“James and the Giant Peach:” fitting for children’s theater

A giant peach squished the first play of the semester at Dixie State University flat, just like it did to Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker. The play is designed as a children’s theater production, but, even so, the play seemed a little too childish. While children’s theater is meant to be over-the-top and fast-paced, it […]

“James and the Giant Peach:” Semester’s first play rolls on stage

“Wait—what’s that? Over there. Do you see it?” A giant peach is rolling toward Dixie State University. The DSU theater department is putting on “James and the Giant Peach” for the first play of the semester. The play is based on the children’s book by Roald Dahl, but Mark Houser, theater coordinator and director for […]

Tech sassy on video games: “Diablo III” on console true to original

They’ve done it! They’ve finally done it! Those wonderful folks who decide what games come out for personal computer and what comes out for console gaming systems have made a beautiful decision: Diablo III” for Xbox 360. “Diablo III” is a massive multiplayer online role-playing game, or MMORPG. Up until now, the series was only […]