Downtown Alliance

Hosted by Jason Mathis from the Downtown Alliance, ‘Downtown SLC’ is a new half hour show that discusses the people, the places and the events that help to shape Utah’s urban center. Tune into KCPW Thursday mornings at 10am to keep up to date with all things downtown!

Legislative Preview with Downtown Rep. Rebecca Chavez-Houck

Utah’s Legislative Session kicks off on Monday. Today we’re joined by Representative Rebecca Chavez-Houck to get a preview of the session, about the legacy of late House Speaker Becky Lockhart, and to look in depth at the issues affecting downtown Salt Lake City at the legislature.

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Latest on the Eccles Theater with SLC Arts Advisor Katherine Potter

Today on the program we take a close look at the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater (formerly the Utah Performing Arts Center). As construction continues, the theater complex is beginning to take shape. For the latest developments we’ll turn to Katherine Potter, Senior Arts & Culture Advisor to Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph […]

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Year in Review/Year Ahead with David Everitt

Today on the show, a New Year’s Day conversation with David Everitt, Chief of Staff in the Salt Lake City Mayor’s office. What did the city accomplish last year? What’s next on the agenda for Mayor Becker and his team? We’ll talk New Year’s resolutions and more.

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EVE Winterfest: Reflecting on 2014 and Celebrating 2015

Today on Downtown SLC we’re talking about EVE, a three-day celebration with concerts, DJs, grown-up drinks, and engaging activities for kids and families. New to the event this year: a giant mirror ball to be suspended above Salt Lake City for a reflective light show!

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Restauranteur Scott Evans on Finca, Pago, Liberty Tap Room and Hub & Spoke Eatery

Today on the program we hear from renowned Salt Lake restaurant entrepreneur Scott Evans. Evans discusses moving his tapas restaurant Finca from the Liberty Heights neighborhood to the city’s downtown, as well a couple of soon-to-open projects he’s launching. Plus a look at how Salt Lake’s dining scene is coming into its own, and more.

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