CityViews 10/27/11: Legacy of Larry H. Miller

Image by sterkworks via Flickr


Segment 1:

During his dynamic life, Larry H. Miller built an empire of car dealerships, movie theaters and, of course, the Utah Jazz. And not even his recent death, a down economy and an NBA strike are dulling Miller’s business franchise. An update on the Miller conglomerate from the Salt Lake Tribune.


  • Brian T. Smith, Salt Lake Tribune
  • Mike Gorrell, Salt Lake Tribune

Lake Powell Series: Site Plan (Yellow, Green, Orange). Image courtesy of Kim Schoenstadt


Segment 2:

Her work has been described as collaborative, process-oriented and architecturally based. Now artist Kim Schoenstadt is bringing her vision to Salt Lake Art Center for an exhibit showcasing her work over the past decade.


Schoenstadt, winner of the Doctorow Prize for Contemporary Painting, will deliver a free public lecture Thursday, Nov. 2 at 7 p.m., Salt Lake Art Center, 20 S. West Temple, Salt Lake City. An exhibit of Schoenstadt’s work opens Friday, Nov. 3. More information at 801.328.4201.

  1. JNP


    As a local motorcycle roadracer, I’ve got fond memories of Larry
    wandering around the garages at Miller Motorsports Park on race weekends
    just happy to be there and thrilled to see the smiles on everyone’s
    faces. He was a true motorsports fan. Thank you, Larry and all the
    Miller family.


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