Ogden Twilight 2015

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So excited for this...the debut of Ogden Twilight 2015, featuring an amazing lineup: Boise favorites Built to Spill launch the series with singer songwriter Lo-Fang and locals Sego this Thursday, June 4th. Then next week, New York City's Blonde Redhead hit the amphitheater stage with opener violinist/composer Owen Pallett and The Raven and the Writing Desk.

NPR Music

Over the next week, NPR Music will look at streaming music and how it reshapes the way we discover, experience and listen to music...check out the series this week, Streaming At The Tipping Point.

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Local businesses and residents are pushing back on a new development in the 9th and 9th neighborhood they say will make parking increasingly difficult.

Courtesy of the Diocese of Salt Lake

This weekend, Utah Catholics will say goodbye to the Most Reverend John Wester who has led the Diocese of Salt Lake for more than eight years.  Wester was recently appointed Archbishop of Santa Fe and will begin his service there next week.   

<i>Photo by Phil Douglass, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources</i>

A newly proposed Bureau of Land Management plan on conserving greater sage-grouse habitat is not going over very well with Utah’s congressional delegation.

Glynn Washington, host of NPR's Snap Judgment, is coming to Salt Lake City on Saturday, June 27th, 2015.

Books & Beats: May 30, 2015

May 28, 2015
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Author Kent Haruf died last November.  His final novel Our Souls at Night (Knopf) finds him reflecting on old age. Louis, a long-time widower, gets a knock on his door one night. It’s a widow who was once friends with his late wife. And she has a proposal for him.

Freida and Ray Tibbitts have always taken care to turn off lights whenever they leave a room, so they were stunned last fall when their electric bill jumped and the energy report included with the bill showed their home was using twice as much power as the neighbors.

Wasatch Front Regional Council

The Wasatch Front Regional Council has adopted a plan to guide transportation investments over the next three decades.

The 2015-2040 Regional Transportation Plan is what the Utah Department of Transportation, Utah Transit Authority and cities and counties will use as a blueprint for transportation projects moving forward. 

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The annual Utah Taxpayers Association conference is always heavily attended by state legislators and important policy makers and that means it’s also a great way to figure out what Utah’s most pressing budget and tax issues will be for the coming year.

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