Salt Lake City, UT – A Look at the Republican and Democratic Conventions 2004 with Donald Dunn, Chair of the Democratic Party, and Joe Cannon, Chair of the Republican Party. Also, in studio talking with Doug will be Dan Harrie, reporter for the Salt Lake Tribune, and Jerry Spangler for the Morning Deseret News.
Salt Lake City, UT – Amy Goodman, journalist and radio host Goodman talks to Doug about her new book "The Exception to the Rulers: Exposing Oily Politicians, War Profiteers, and The Media That Love Them". She is reading on Wednesday evening May 5, 7pm at the Libby Gardner Hall on the University of Utah campus. The event is free.
Salt Lake City, UT – Every five years, the forest service reviews its special use permits. Tonight, There's an open house to consider wasatch powerbird guide's proposal for a five-year extension of its helicopter-skiing permit in the central Wasatch Mountains. The company wants to expand its number of runs and end a ban on Sunday and Monday flights. Scott Carrier, a backcountry skier, has this perspective.
Salt Lake City, UT – April is national poetry month, as deemed by the academy of American poets. Some would argue that the designation simply promotes the most conventional of contemporary poetry. But many poets don't fit into the conventional category. In fact, Orem poet Alex Caldiero doesn't even like to call himself a poet. Producer Scott Carrier has this story.