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SLC Urban Designer Molly Robinson on the Downtown Master Plan

The Downtown Master Plan was unanimously approved by the Salt Lake Planning Commission last week. Today on Downtown SLC host Jason Mathis is joined by Urban Designer Molly Robinson to talk about this plan, and what it means for the future of our urban center. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (41.1MB)

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Outdoor Retailer Summer Market’s Big Impact on SLC

Michael Mack, VP of Services at Visit Salt Lake, joins host Jason Mathis to discuss the impact that the Outdoor Retailer shows have on downtown Salt Lake City. Tens of thousands of people come to town each year during the summer and winter conventions – spending millions of dollars in Utah’s capitol city. What does […]

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Both Sides of the Aisle – Episode 91 (7/30/15)

This week Natalie, Chris Bleak (filling in on the Right), and Peter Corroon (filling in on the Left) discuss rumors that Sen. Orin Hatch might be keeping the door open to another run, a new poll on redistricting, Sen. Mike Lee running afoul of fellow Republicans, the Broadway musical ‘The Book of Mormon’ opening in […]

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Trib Talk Live: Salt Lake City Mayoral Debate

The five candidates for Salt Lake City mayor square-off in an hour-long debate on Thursday, July 16, 2015. Incumbent Ralph Becker went on the defensive as he faced criticism from challengers Jackie Biskupski, George Chapman, Luke Garrott, and Dave Robinson. The event was moderated by the Salt Lake Tribune’s Jennifer Napier-Pearce and broadcast live online […]

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Political Cornflakes: Minimum Wage Exemption for Utah Recreational Outfitters?

(KCPW News) Utah Rep. Chris Stewart has introduced legislation to exempt recreational outfitters from a federal mandate to pay a higher minimum wage. What’s the story behind this bill? KCPW’s Roger McDonough posed that question to Thomas Burr, Washington Correspondent for the Salt Lake Tribune and author of Political Cornflakes – a daily, online roundup […]

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