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CityViews 11/22/11: Up or Down on the Arts Center

  Segment 1: The idea of building a Broadway-style theater downtown has been bandied about since the 1960s, but Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph

CityViews 11/21/11: Does Poetry Still Matter?

Segment 1: From Aristotle to Shelley to Frost, humans have strung together words in a lyrical, meaningful way. But in a world

CityViews 11/17/11: Apa Sherpa on Education, Health and Saving the Planet

Segment 1: Mountaineer Apa Sherpa now lives in Draper, but he continues to feel the tug of Mt. Everest in his native

CityViews 11/16/11: HPV for Boys, Too

Segment 1: Last month, a CDC committee recommended that boys as young as age 9 get vaccinated against the human papilloma virus

CityViews 11/15/11: Past Meets Present at Natural History Museum

Segment 1: Dioramas and dinosaur bones are getting a brand new, high-tech home in Salt Lake City’s foothills. After a year-long closure,

CityViews 11/14/11: Next Phase For Occupy

          Segment 1: Occupy protestors were forced out of Pioneer Park Saturday night, 48 hours after one of

CityViews 11/10/11: Veterans and Jobs

            Segment 1: Unemployment for veterans is well above the national average, but Utah business, government and

City Views 11/09/11: Election Round-Up

            Segment 1: Local elections are never as sexy as presidential politics, but people do care deeply

CityViews 11/8/11: “Last Lists of My Mad Mother”

              Segment 1: Through humor and honesty, playwright Julie Jensen draws on her personal experience dealing