Hosted and produced by KCPW’s Emily Means, ‘In the Hive’ is a half hour, weekly show that looks at the issues and ideas that tie the greater Salt Lake Valley together. Tune into KCPW Thursday at 10 a.m. and Sunday at noon to hear the stories of people across the Wasatch Front.

Hot, hot heat

Emily Means talks with Randy Graham, meteorologist-in-charge at the National Weather Service Salt Lake City office, about the effects of extreme heat on Utah’s environment and the health of its people; Peter Hebertson of Salt Lake County Aging and Adult Services addresses why higher temperatures can be problematic for seniors; KCPW producer Ross Chambless talks […]

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Places gone by

Emily Means talks with Melva Sine, CEO of the Utah Restaurant Association, about factors that determine the success (or demise) of a restaurant; KCPW producer Roger McDonough gives a look into the history and legacy of Lamb’s Grill Cafe, which closed earlier this year; and Ruth’s Diner owner Tracy Nelson spills the longevity secrets of the […]

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Refugees making a home in Utah

Emily Means talks with Asha Parekh, Refugee Services Director at the Utah Department of Workforce Services, talks about the process of coming to Utah as a refugee; KCPW producer Ross Chambless gives a look at the celebrations and ceremonies that took places at this year’s World Refugee Day; and the Sunnyvale Farmers Market gives refugees […]

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Building Utah’s communities around public transit

Host and producer Emily Means talks with Keith Bartholomew, a professor at the University of Utah’s City and Metropolitan Planning Department, who lays the groundwork for development around public transit; Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams addresses his vision for neighborhoods near the S-Line streetcar; and Roger Borgenicht of Utahns for Better Transportation shares some […]

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