Leonard J. Arrington is often known as the “Father of Latter-day Saint” history. In this interview, Gary J. Bergera discusses Leonard Arrington’s journals, including the historian’s encounters with Latter-day Saint leaders like Bruce R. McConkie and Ezra Taft Benson.
I recently had the privilege to interview Freek Vermeulen. He is a professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at the London Business School and the author of “Breaking Bad Habits: Defy Industry Norms and Reinvigorate Your Business.”
News that Dark Matter had been cancelled hit the cast, crew, and fans like a ton of bricks. It wasn’t quite as bad as when Mount Vesuvius destroyed Pompeii and Ercolano, but the emotions were raw and real. Joseph Mallozzi explains why he revealed Dark Matter‘s unproduced fourth series on Twitter, and comments on his hopes for a revival of his sci-fi favorites.
SALT LAKE CITY — Last August, the season three finale of the Syfy series “Dark Matter” ended on a cliffhanger. In what may be an unprecedented move, the showrunner of the canceled production is taking to Twitter to live-tweet his vision for the first episode of a potential fourth season.