Salt Lake City, UT – Michael Pollan says America is suffering from a national eating disorder. Pollan, author of the new book The Omnivore's Dilemma, has spent the last five years following the food chains that sustain humans. He was trying to answer the most straightforward of questions - What should I eat? - but he realized he couldn't get at that without understanding these two others: Just what am I eating? And Where in the world did it come from?
Salt Lake City, Ut – Alternative fuel advocates recently gathered at the downtown Salt Lake City library to discuss Utah's bio-diesel industry. The discussion has become more pressing as fuel prices continue to rise and air quality is worsened by Utahns who drive their cars more miles than ever before. KUER's Tasha Cook has this report.
Salt Lake City, Ut – Crowds much larger than either organizers or police expected turned out Sunday for a march through downtown Salt Lake City, demonstrating both Latino pride and opposition to the harsh immigration laws proposed in Congress. Pablo Celis reports.
Salt Lake City, UT – After 20 years, the story of Mark Hofmann's crimes -- consummate forgeries and subsequent murders -- continues to reveal new layers of intrigue and evidence. In his book, Motive for Murder, Salt Lake City Police Department forensic examiner George Throckmorton writes his account of the investigation. He and his colleagues believe they have uncovered a motive, a piece of the puzzle that has eluded the legal establishment. (Repeat)
Salt Lake City, UT – In a world where religion is increasingly a driving force for politics, culture and community discourse, what is the role of secularism? Next week, the University of Utah's Vincent Pecora will deliver the third annual Gordon B Hinckley Lecture in British Studies entitled "Religion and Culture: Secularism and its Discontents," and joins Doug Fabrizio to talk about what meaning and value there may be in ethics that are not driven by religious doctrine.