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Funding request aims to jump-start permanent market at historic Rio Grande Depot

(KCPW News) The historic Rio Grande Depot in Salt Lake City could one day become the site of a year-round market showcasing

The Daily Buzz from the Sundance Film Festival

KCPW is once again playing host to The Daily Buzz from the Sundance Film Festival, a radio podcast series featuring interviews with

Community Curiosities: Air Quality Map Mystery

As part of the weekly public affairs program In the Hive, KCPW producers are answering your burning questions about your community. Today’s

Call for Volunteers!

HELP IS NEEDED NOW THROUGH DECEMBER 8! It’s the last campaign of the year, and with your support, we can close out

A Year-End Gift to Your Community

This station? It’s your local public radio station, and it’s your support that makes KCPW possible. With the last few weeks of

Community Curiosities: A New Feature from KCPW’s ‘In the Hive’

For 2020, KCPW’s In the Hive is launching a recurring segment where we answer those things you’ve always wondered about the place

Early Salt Lake City grave robber faced grave consequences for his ghastly crime

In 1862, pioneer Salt Lake City was up in arms over the revelation that the grave digger at the city cemetery had

SLC Mayoral debate focuses on community and environment

On Thursday, October 10, KCPW broadcast a live debate from the auditorium of the downtown library between the candidates running to become

Climate action in Salt Lake City on September 20th, 2019

As part of a global action on climate change, scores of Salt Lake City residents participated in a rally on Friday, September

Jazz Time with Steve Williams Playlist for Sunday September 8, 2019

PLAYLIST 6:00 PM 1. Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie – Salt Peanuts opening theme 2. Gerry Mulligan & Ben Webster – Sunday