Like most news outlets, and apparently in accordance with federal law, The Salt Lake Tribune is going a little crazy over the release of the new "Harry Potter" movie.
In Friday's Tribune (and right now online), you can read The Cricket's review of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1." It's a good movie - but suffers a bit because it leaves the audience hanging, waiting for the big resolution in "Part 2" in July.
The Cricket also catches you up with thumbnail synopses of what's happened in the six previous movies, and looks at the reopening of the IMAX screen at Salt Lake City's Clark Planetarium - which will start screening commercial films, thanks to a partnership with the Megaplex Theatres chain, starting with "Harry Potter."
The Tribune's Scott D. Pierce and Kim McDaniel review "The Wizarding World of Harry Potter" attraction at Universal Studios Orlando. And our more Hogwartian staffers have come up with a Potter-themed trivia quiz.
|1.||Hatch wants immigrant fingerprints taken at airports|
|2.||Kirby: Children’s insults speak the harsh truth|
|3.||Study: Salt Lake City has highest rate of gay parents in U.S.|
|4.||Utah Jazz will pick 14th, Cavs pick first in NBA Draft|
|5.||Utah company makes eating outdoors more enticing|
|6.||Sen. Mike Lee rents house from friend who bought his home|
|7.||Josh Powell’s sister recorded conversations with him and father|
|8.||New Draper company helps launch singing careers|
|9.||Vampire Weekend opens summer at Red Butte Garden with celebratory set|