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A recent Salt Lake Tribune public opinion finds that by a 3-to-1 margin, Utahns are fed up with air pollution. They want policy makers
The Affordable Health Care Act is here, but are you ready? This live forum attempts to answer your questions about how 'Obamacare'
This special, live broadcast aired on KCPW-FM 88.3 and 105.3 Wednesday, October 2, 2013 at 7 PM. Candidates for Salt Lake City
The only way to understand what it is to be human is to know what it is like to be not human.
ReDefining Human: How Microbes Influence Who We Are Humans are home to vast consortium of bacteria that outnumber our own cells by
The Affordable Care Act has been hotly debated since it was enacted in March, 2010. On October 30, a panel discussion featuring
Five independent and third-party candidates running for the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate offered their thoughts about the U.S. political system
“We cannot have the best school system in the country and be the lowest in the country in funding.” State Superintendent Larry
On Friday, August 24, the Tanner Humanities Center held the 2012 Sterling M. McMurrin Lecture featuring Dr. Laurel Thatcher Ulrich.
Drs. Jim Withers and Pat Perri, leaders of the Street Medicine Institute, say the service of resource-poor individuals is an opportunity to
What will Salt Lake County look like in 5 years? The county's leaders pondered the question with its employees today during
During the finale of the 2012 Nature of Things Lecture Series, RadioLab hosts Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich took listeners behind the
Sharon Begley is Senior Science and Health Correspondent for Reuters. Listen as she shares an astonishing story with implications for health,
Scientist-turned-filmmaker Randy Olson delivered the opening lecture of the 2012 Nature of Things Lecture Series at the City Library on Thursday, February
Utah Governor Gary Herbert delivered the 2012 State of the State Address tonight on Capitol Hill. In his speech, the Governor
National civil rights leaders gathered at The Leonardo, Utah's science, technology and art museum, on Friday evening for a roundtable discussion in
Listen to our podcast of a panel discussion from the 14th annual Utah Humanities Book Festival, “Joe Hill and the History of
Superintendent Larry Shumway discussed the Utah State Board of Education’s legislative agenda, which includes teacher tenure and merit pay, and reported on
United States Poet Laureate William S. Merwin spoke at the Salt Lake City Main Library on Wednesday, October 5 as part of
On Sunday, September 11, 2011, author Charles M. Payne presented a lecture titled Strong People Don't Need Strong Leaders: Building Movements From
KCPW broadcast a discussion from the Salt Lake City Main Library's Cultural and Religious Pluralism Conference, called The Role of Youth in
In his book Growing A Garden City author Jeremy N. Smith documents the creation of an agriculture supported community in Missoula, Montana.
How is the race for clean energy playing out in Utah? What are our assets and challenges? A panel of
Nature Conservancy Senior Scientist Jonathan Hoekstra, lead author of The Atlas of Global Conservation, took part in the 2011 Nature of Things
Fred Krupp, President of the Environmental Defense Fund, delivered the keynote lecture of the 2011 Nature of Things series on March 2
The unrest in Egypt has topped national headlines during the first weeks of 2011. During a round table Friday at the Salt
Today, we broadcast a panel discussion KCPW moderated at Sprague Library in Sugar House, called Immigration Policy, the Arizona Experience, hosted by
Jeff Muhs, director of Utah State University’s Energy Dynamics Laboratory opened this year’s Nature of Things Lecture Series on February 16 at
Dr. Roxane Farmanfarmaian, visiting scholar at the University of Utah's Middle East Center, presented Dangerous Passions: Legacies of America's Hostage Crisis with