Author: Tina Reynolds

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FoodSpace: Irmita’s St. George’s go-to for authentic Mexican

It is only fitting that my last FoodSpace column of the semester goes out with full flavor. I moved to St. George from southern California, and it’s only natural that I would bring with me an appreciation of authentic Mexican food. As you may know, there is a shortage of that authenticity in Dixie, but […]

Tuacahn continues Disney partnership with ‘Mary Poppins,’ ‘Mulan’

Tuacahn, surrounded by the natural red cliffs of Snow Canyon, is the place to be for live summer entertainment. This is the fourth consecutive year that Tuacahn has been given the rights to produce a Disney musical, and it starts on May 30 with “Mary Poppins.” “Even if someone has already seen ‘Mary Poppins,’ they […]

FoodSpace: Campus food truck serves monster deals

We see it, we hear it and we smell it. It is the biggest vehicle on campus and receives the least amount of attention from students. The Beast is Dixie State University’s own food truck. It can be seen parked various places on campus with its inviting music and appealing graphics. However, I seldom see […]

Author finds healing power through love

Love is the leader of all emotion; it is powerful, active and demanding of our full attention. This emotion has the power to heal not only our emotional wounds, but also to heal us physically and spiritually. A loving touch may start out as superficial, but the result can be a moving way to heal […]

Burger retains original shape, image after 14 years

It’s always nice to find something lost years ago in an unexpected place, but this was not the case for a St. George man who found a burger he had purchased years ago in a coat pocket. Dave Whipple, a sophomore general education major from St. George, purchased the hamburger for 79 cents at a […]

FoodSpace: Riggatti’s offers full pizza package

Whether it’s stuffed, ready-to-go or bake-it-yourself, reinventing pizza has been an ongoing trend for the last 20 years. Some of these tactics are designed to tempt our palate, our busy schedules and, of course, our bottom line. When a pizza delivers in one of these areas, it usually falls flat in another. If it tastes […]

Recovered flash drives abundant in Smith, Holland

Whether at the Smith Computer Center or the Jeffrey R. Holland Centennial Commons building, there is no shortage of flash drives being left behind. The flash drive is a part of academic culture. It is used to store documents, assignments and personal data. If you leave one in the Smith Center or the Holland building, […]

Food Space: Five Guys serve better burgers

Food is part of every culture, and it brings people together.  There is no shortage of food TV. We can tune in just about any part of the day and find experts cooking or tasting food from the simplest dishes to the most unusual. Even though St. George doesn’t top the list of places to find […]

Bullying problems not limited to one age demographic

Bullying: It’s not just for kids anymore. Bullying is such a hot topic, and it seems like every time I turn on the news, a young person has taken his or her own life as a result of being bullied. Bullying is nothing more than an individual’s struggle to be in control, using the subjugation […]

Red Rock Cafe’s service, cleanliness, hours subpar

I am a picky person to dine with no matter the venue. From fast food to the finest restaurants, I am aware of the experience from the moment I walk in the door. I am extremely particular about where I sit, who is serving me, cleanliness of china, glass and silver and, most importantly, if […]