KHOL film critic Jeff Counts watched the Black Widow solo film and discusses how it fits into the grand arc of the MCU.
Co-directors and performers Edgar Landa and Kate Gleason discuss modernizing “Much Ado About Nothing” with a Mexican-American lead character.
Two young residents discuss the challenges and joy of identifying as both LGBTQ and Latino with KHOL Spanish-language reporter Alicia Unger.
“Luca” proves why Pixar still reigns supreme in the world of big studio animation, according to KHOL film critic Jeff Counts.
Botanist Trevor Bloom is working to understand how climate change is affecting wildflowers and consequently the birds, butterflies, and bears that rely on them for food.
KHOL film critic Jeff Counts reviews the new film adaptation of “Hamilton” creator Lin Manuel Miranda’s first Broadway hit, “In the Heights.”
Danish artist Thomas Dambo hopes to challenge people to rethink their consumption habits with his new sculpture, ‘Mama Mimi.’
Local LGBTQ organizers have expanded the Teton Pride Picnic this year to a calendar of Pride events throughout June.
KHOL film critic Jeff Counts faces yet another zombie apocalypse and questions whether there’s anything left to say on the topic.