KUER Local News
2:37 am
Wed September 13, 2006

Art Plays a Central Role in Man's Family Life and Recovery

West Valley City, UT – Through September 20, the Women's Art Center at 345 Pierpont Avenue in Salt Lake City presents the exhibit, "Visions and Voices," featuring Utah artists with mental illness.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
9:56 am
Tue September 12, 2006

9/12/06: The Age of Egocasting

Salt Lake City, UT – Doug talks to Christine Rosen about technology, especially television, and its narrowing of our world view. Her article "The Age of Egocasting" appeared in the February 2005 edition of "The New Atlantis Monthly." (Rebroadcast)

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:40 am
Tue September 12, 2006

9/13/06: Plan-B Theatre's "Miasma"

Salt Lake City, UT – The forces of industry, immigration and sexual politics all converge in Eric Samuelsen's new play "Miasma." Originally created as part of Plan-B Theatre Company's overnight play-writing project SLAM, Samuelsen has now fleshed out his characters -- a rancher-turned-beef producer, his prodigal daughter, a gay foreman and Mexican laborers -- to create a tableau of a nation in flux. Wednesday on RadioWest, Doug talks with Samuelsen, along with director Adrianne Moore and "Miasma" cast members.

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KUER Local News
12:59 am
Tue September 12, 2006

Woman with Mental Illness Finds Healing in Art

Fishy by Sasha Gorham
Sasha Gorham

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:34 am
Mon September 11, 2006

9/12/06: Plan-B Theatre - Miasma

Salt Lake City, UT – The forces of industry, immigration and sexual politics all converge in Eric Samuelsen's new play "Miasma." Originally created as part of Plan-B Theatre Company's overnight play-writing project SLAM, Samuelsen has now fleshed out his characters -- a rancher-turned-beef producer, his prodigal daughter, a gay foreman and Mexican laborers -- to create a tableau of a nation in flux. Tuesday on RadioWest, Doug talks Samuelsen, along with director Adrianne Moore and Miasma cast members.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:25 am
Mon September 11, 2006

9/11/06: Sonic Memorial

New York, NY – In the weeks and months after 9/11, The Kitchen Sisters, NPR's Lost and Found sound and the public broadcasting community collected audio traces of the World Trade Center, its neighborhood and the events of September 11, 2001. Listen to this surprisingly intimate portrait produced from voicemails, archival tape, on-site recordings, oral histories, remembrances and stories.

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KUER Local News
9:41 am
Fri September 8, 2006

Examining Education Funding in Utah

Salt Lake City, UT – A study by the non-partisan Utah Foundation determined that this year's increase in education funding in Utah was the first in many years to exceed what would be expected with the normal growth of the economy and state government. How to keep that up was the subject of a conference in Salt Lake City on September 7th. KUER's Dan Bammes was there.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:31 am
Fri September 8, 2006

9/9/06: Harold Lloyd and Safety Last!

Harold Lloyd in the 1923 classic, Safety Last!
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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
10:20 pm
Thu September 7, 2006

9/8/06: Utah's Greek Community

Holy Trinity Cathedral in Salt Lake City, Utah

Salt Lake City, UT – The annual Greek Festival opens Friday, and we're taking the opportunity to rebroadcast our conversation from last year's centennial of the Greek Orthodox Church of Greater Salt Lake City. Doug Fabrizio was joined by Manoli Sargetakis, historian Constantine Skedros, and Craig Miller of the Utah Arts Council Folk Arts Program for a look at the history of this unique community, and at how ethnicity is preserved in the "melting-pot" of America. (Repeat)

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
12:39 am
Thu September 7, 2006

9/7/06: Jesus and the Gnostic Gospels

Theological scholar Elaine Pagels is the Harrington Spear Paine Professor of Religion at Princeton University.

Salt Lake City, UT – In 1945, the sacred text of one of the world's earliest Christian sects was uncovered in Upper Egypt. The discovery of the Gnostic Gospels -- including the Gospel of Thomas -- has fascinated scholars and ignited imaginations since. Preeminent theologian Elaine Pagels joins Doug Fabrizio to talk about how Christianity may have been different had these teachings of Jesus been a part of church canon from the earliest days. (Repeat)

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