CityViews Archive

CityViews 1/14/12: SLCPD Chief Chris Burbank/ “Utah’s Canyon Country”

  Segment 1: On Monday, we’ll check in with Salt Lake City Police Chief Chris Burbank about a range of issues, from

CityViews 1/10/12: Guns in the Classroom / “Weaving a Revolution”

Segment 1: In the wake of the Newtown massacre, National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre said, “The only thing that stops a

CityViews 1/9/12: From Point A to Point B/Ethnomathematics

  Segment 1: From FrontRunner to the Sugar House Streetcar to a new TRAX line to the Salt Lake International Airport, we’re

CityViews 1/8/12: Mixing Medicine and Diplomacy/Students as Social Entrepreneurs

  Segment 1: A local medical team from the Moran Eye Center is changing the lives of hundreds of patients in South

CityViews 1/7/12: Olympics 2026?/”Dido and Aeneas”

Segment 1: Salt Lake City wants to relive its 2002 Olympic dream and will go for the gold to host another Winter

CityViews 1/3/13: Salt Lake County Mayor-Elect Ben McAdams/Carol Masheter onWanderlust

Segment 1: Ben McAdams has served as a Democrat in the Utah Senate since 2009 and as a top adviser to Salt

CityViews 1/2/13: Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon/Utah’s Economic Forecast 2013

Segment 1: In 2004, Salt Lake County voters elected a political newcomer to bring fresh ideas and restore faith in a scandal-rocked

CityViews 12/20/12: The End is Nigh?/EVE 2012

Segment 1: The Mayan calendar, which dates back to 3114 B.C., ends on Friday, Dec. 21, 2012 and that landmark moment has

CityViews 12/19/12: Good Urbanism/Vacations and the Entrepreneur

Segment 1: Making a place a more vibrant and more appealing place to live is a top concern for cities and towns

CityViews 12/18/12: Utah’s Tech Sector/Nature and Creativity

Segment 1: Nearly 50,000 Utahns work in the IT industry, a sector that grew a whopping 7 percent this past year. But

CityViews 12/17/12: Autism and Technology/Faraday Lectures

  Segment 1: A team of University of Utah researchers is focusing on how technology can help kids with autism develop social

CityViews 12/13/12: The Piano Guys/ “Anything Worth Doing”

  Segment 1: It all started as an online advertising ploy for a St. George piano store. Now, 130 million YouTube views

CityViews 12/12/12: The Heart of Salt Lake City/DesignBuildBLUFF

Segment 1: When you think of Salt Lake City’s downtown, what comes to mind? What stories or memories do you have of

CityViews 12/11/12: Fear of the Queer Child/The Mormon Gay Website

  Segment 1: The fear that somehow homosexuality is contagious or that children can be persuaded or seduced into being gay has

CityViews 12/10/12: Climate Change and Winter Sports/Vivaldi by Candlelight

  Segment 1: A warming climate will devastate the bottom line of the nation’s ski industry. That’s according to an economic study

CityViews 12/6/12: Utah’s Wasatch Range/Practicing Happiness

    Segment 1: What do the mountains – specifically the Wasatch Range – mean to you? From artists to activists to

CityViews 12/5/12: The Andromeda Project/Foreclosure Help

  Segment 1: Astronomers are urging everyone to get to know your neighbor. Your galactic neighbor, that is. Andromeda is the closest

CityViews 12/4/12: How to Boost High School Grad Rates/Evaluating Rural Education in Utah

  Segment 1: New stats show that only 76 percent of Utah students are graduating from high school, with much lower rates

CityViews 12/3/12: Biz Help with Healthcare/“City of Saints”

Segment 1: With businesses facing double-digit premium increases every year, the Salt Lake Chamber is offering some practical advice to employers about

CityViews 11/29/12: Free at Last/The Hindu Festival of Lights

  Segment 1: He pleaded not guilty to a St. Louis murder, but a jury took less than an hour to convict

CityViews 11/28/12: Air Quality Colors/Science Meets Art

  Segment 1: For the past decade, air quality alerts in Utah have mirrored a traffic light, with green meaning clean skies,

CityViews 11/27/12: Transportation in the Canyons/LeConte Stewart

Segment 1: Traffic congestion, a lack of parking and issues between pedestrians, bikes and vehicles aren’t just city issues. As more and

CityViews 11/26/12: The Creative Process/Found Footage

  Segment 1: Novels, poetry, film – it’s all storytelling, but how do you take a narrative from one form and translate

CityViews 11/21/12: Food Assessment Study/The Pioneer Table

  Segment 1: Salt Lake City recently completed a study that looked at the local food stream, from the garden to the

CityViews 11/20/12: Population Growth, the Environment and Policy/ “Manning Up”

  Segment 1: From 2 million inhabitants in Revolutionary times to over 300 million today, the population of the U.S. has seen

CityViews 11/19/12: Costs of the Death Penalty/SFL: The North Valley

Segment 1: From trial to execution, capital punishment costs an estimated $1.6 million per inmate, according to state officials. But some families

CityViews 11/15/12: Rocky Anderson / “The Ordinary Truth”

  Segment 1: Former two-term Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson ran an unlikely campaign for president as candidate for the Justice

CityViews 11/14/12: Should the U.S. Go to War with Iran?/Adventures in Nature

Segment 1: The Hinckley Institute of Politics hosted a forum this week that posed a provocative question: Should the U.S. go to

CityViews 11/13/12: Understanding Muslim Societies/Howard on Liszt

  Segment 1: The U.S. had a cozy relationship with Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak. That is, until his ultimate ouster nearly two

CityViews 11/12/12: Utah’s Latino Vote/Writing for Social Change

  Segment 1: According to Latinovotemap-dot-org, Utah saw a 65 percent increase in the growth of eligible Latino voters in the state