Salt Lake City, UT – One of the nation's most outspoken and most liberal Democratic mayors is leaving office next Monday. KUER's Jenny Brundin brings us the second part in a 2-part series on the eight-year legacy of Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson.
Salt Lake City, UT – More than 6 million children in the United States are taking powerful psychiatric drugs. In evaluating the risks and benefits of treating children with serious disorders - parents and doctors are confronted with potential side effects and with the little understood long-term impact. A new Frontline documentary explores these questions, and Monday, Doug talks to producer Will Cohen about "The Medicated Child."
Salt Lake City, UT – Friday on RadioWest we're telling stories about the life of a grand old building. After a remarkable renovation which took 4 years and more than 200 million dollars, the state capitol is officially reopening today. It will give us an opportunity to talk about the process of the restoration, the history of the structure and the way buildings always give a place an identity.
Salt Lake City, UT – One of the country's most outspoken and most liberal Democratic mayors is leaving office next Monday. He's known worldwide for his aggressive leadership on global warming... and his calls to impeach President Bush. KUER's Jenny Brundin brings us the first in a 2-part series on the eight-year legacy of Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson.
Salt Lake City, UT – Utah's state capitol got a late start. It was more than a decade after statehood before the state had enough money to even start the project. Today, it's ready to re-open after a seismic upgrade and extensive restoration that cost more than $200 million. KUER's Dan Bammes reports.
Salt Lake City, UT – Wednesday on the program, Doug spoke with outgoing Salt Lake City Mayor Ross "Rocky" Anderson. Now it's your turn. We're joined by political observers and analysts for a look at what Anderson's 2 terms have meant for the city and the state - and we'll take your calls. What's your opinion of the last 8 years of city government?
In 2002, Doug Fabrizio talked to Desmond Tutu about his role in helping South Africa heal from the brutality of apartheid. Tutu and others were faced with various paths to take, they chose forgiveness -- something Tutu says is an essential element of African conscientiousness. But justice also had to be dealt with. How does one forgive without forgetting? (Rebroadcast)
Salt Lake City, UT – You've probably got your favorite songs, but what lessons have you learned from rock 'n' roll? For students at the Paul Green School of Rock in Salt Lake City and Sandy, it's about a lot more than sticking it to the man. School director Steve Auerbach says that it's about determination, reliability and team work - and what better way to do that than with a face melting guitar solo? Doug talks to Auerbach and to Paul Green about what rock has to teach its disciples. (Rebroadcast)
Salt Lake City, UT – Love him or hate him - and that seems to sum it up for most - Rocky Anderson has had a profound influence on Salt Lake City and on the political and social landscape of the entire state. Anderson is in the last days of his term as mayor, and today on the program he'll join us to talk about his time in office and the next phase in a life of activism.