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National Monuments: Lots of Talk, But Many Still Feel Unheard

Albert Holiday was standing at a remote junction in Utah’s red rock desert. He was part of a group of Utah Dine Bikeyah members chanting in Navajo at passing cars: “Where is Zinke?’ and ‘Go Bears Ears!” They were hoping to catch the attention of U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke on his way to another meeting.

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Steve Williams Jazz Playlist, 8:00 - 12:00

Steve Williams Playlist 8:00-11:00pm

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Legends and new stars fill out the 2002-'03 Jazz at the Sheraton season was kicked off A Aug. 21 with a performance at Abravanel Hall by one of the most influential pianists of the last 50 years, Dave Brubeck.

Salt Lake City, UT – Legends and new stars fill out the 2002-'03 Jazz at the Sheraton season was kicked off A Aug. 21 with a performance at Abravanel Hall by one of the most influential pianists of the last 50 years, Dave Brubeck.

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The best Jazz CDs come from the best Jazz Companies. Here is a list compiled by Steve Williams.

Salt Lake City – The best Jazz CDs come from the best Jazz Companies. Here is a list compiled by Steve Williams.

Jazz Record Companies:

Atlantic

BlueBird Records

Bluenote

BMG Records

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