Salt Lake City, UT – Doug Fabrizio leads a panel discussion with women policymakers on the roles and challenges they face in Utah politics. We're joined by Salt Lake County Deputy Mayor Karen Okabe, Utah State Director of Administrative Services D'Arcy Dixon Pignanelli, the Salt Lake Chamber's Natalie Gochnour and by historian Kathryn MacKay. The program will be broadcast live from the Hinckley Institute of Politics on the University of Utah campus, subject to the Samuel Alito Supreme Court hearings.
Salt Lake City, UT – Today's story is from Eric Orwin who lives in Salt Lake City. Eric loves his dad. His dad is a boiler maker, who welds metal every day. This is one of my favorite pieces in our series Youth Waves, not because it's polished and professional, because its not. Eric is 13 years old and you'll notice he reads haltingly. But this radio piece is innocent and fresh and real. And it shows a teenager's pure love for his dad.
Salt Lake City, UT – The year that Congress passed the landmark Civil Rights Act, Texas Western Miners basketball coach Don Haskins set out to create the perfect basketball team based solely on talent. He revolutionized not only the sport, but also the American landscape, when his predominately black team became the 1966 NCAA champions. "Glory Road," the directorial debut of James Gartner, follows the team through a pivotal time in the country's history.
Salt Lake City, UT – Utah's economy has come roaring back from hard times just a couple of years ago. An annual report, which was researched and written by a consortium of government, university and private-sector groups, has been released. KUER's Tasha Cook has the story:
Moab, UT – Today, Meagan Lamb from Moab brings us another in our series Youth Waves. Her piece is about the dangers of Highway 128, a 17-mile stretch of road also known as the River Road she thinks about who must drive on it and lives it has taken.
Salt Lake City, UT – Nostalgia and Technology, an exhibit at the Brigham Young University Museum of Art, looks at the marriage of traditional art and design with revolutionary technologies. BYU professor Marc Olivier, curator of the exhibit, along with Christopher Wilson of MOA, join Doug Fabrizio in studio to talk about the ways manufacturers and designers use the familiar and nostalgic ornamentation to disguise the new and strange innovations.
Salt Lake City, UT – State Senator Chris Buttars joins Doug Fabrizio to talk about his agenda in the upcoming legislative session. Buttars is an outspoken social conservative whose growing influence is attracting attention and controversy on Utah's Capitol Hill. One of his latest legislative proposals would put intelligent design alongside evolution in Utah classrooms. Buttars will talk about the personal views which inform his public life.