Monthly Archive:: March 2012

CityViews 4/2/12: Radiolab / Laughing Stock

Segment 1: Radiolab has become a public radio phenomenon. Co-hosts Jad Abrumad and Robert Krulwich’s unique blend of science, sound, wit and

Politics Up Close: Mayor Ralph Becker, Congressional Candidate Chris Stewart

Salt Lake City’s plans to restrict electronic billboards survived during this year’s legislative session. But changes will still be coming to the

Utah Watches Supreme Court Proceedings on Health Care Closely

Utah politicians have been closely watching this week’s proceedings in the Supreme Court, with the Beehive State joining 25 others in challenging

CityViews 3/29/12: The Density Dilemma/Endangered Languages

Segment 1: With population in the Valley expected to balloon over the next 20 years, Salt Lake City is looking for ways

CityViews 3/28/12: The Heart/North Temple Makeover

Hearts represent love, affection and the center of one’s emotional core. But symbolic meanings aside, the heart is a very powerful organ,

CityViews 3/27/12: Canyon Concerns/Theatre Seating

Segment 1: A proposed tram between Solitude and The Canyons, a planned roller coaster at Snowbird and increasing traffic in the Wasatch

CityViews 3/26/12: Race & Mormonism/Poetry Slam Champ

Segment 1: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is becoming increasingly diverse, but many still see the church as racist,

Politics Up Close: Independent Congressional Candidate Joe Andrade, Brent Goodfellow Runs for County Council

Usually, political candidates who want to go to Washington pledge to put Utah first. But University of Utah engineering professor Joe Andrade,

Sharon Begley Delivers Nature of Things Lecture

Sharon Begley is Senior Science and Health Correspondent for Reuters. Listen as she shares an astonishing story with implications for health,

City Creek Center Opens Doors to Public

Described as one of the greatest shopping centers in America, City Creek Center officially opened its doors this morning to the public.