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Wild About Utah is a weekly nature series produced by Utah Public Radio in cooperation with Stokes Nature Center, Bridgerland Audubon Society, Quinney College of Natural Resources, Cache Valley Wildlife Association, Utah State University and Utah Master Naturalist Program - USU Extension. More about Wild About Utah can be found here . Utah is a state endowed with many natural wonders from red rock formations to salt flats. And from desert wetlands to columns of mountains forming the basin an ...
 
Leaving the Mormon Church is only the beginning... This "of the world" podcast is recorded from the Great and Spacious Building in Salt Lake City. Join Nimrod The Lamanite, Orrin Porter, The Bastard Son of Joseph Smith, Our Lord and Savior Johnny Cuervo in this latter day guide to leaving religion. These Fomos show us how easy it is to move on with our lives in the big, scary, world of sin... and how much fun it can be. Drinking, politics, sex, drugs, it's all covered. Nothing is sacred. No ...
 
Small Subjects is a podcast devoted to discussing big topics in the worlds of scale modeling, diorama-building, and sculpting and painting miniature figures, as well as presenting interviews with some of the top artists in the field, including every era, and ranging from historical to fantasy subjects. Co-hosts Barry Biediger, who is based in Salt Lake City, and Jim DeRogatis, who lives in Chicago, are the editors of the Web site boxdioramas.com. Both have decades of experience as modelers, ...
 
Welcome to Channel 801's first podcast. Channel 801 is dedicated to showing and promoting local Utah films and Utah film makers. We have partnered with Brewvies in downtown Salt Lake City to offer a monthly film showcase. We present short films produced in Utah by Utah talent. We also offer a great networking opportunity for those participating in the showcase. For more information or to submit your sort film please go to www.ch801.com
 
Fly fishing artist and writer Jason Shemchuk talks with other fly fishers about their unique journey into fly fishing, the rivers they fish, and the tactics and philosophies they practice. For those who can never leave the river in their hearts, this podcast is dedicated to providing tools and ideas that help make a great fly fisher and better prepare us to make memories on the water that keep us coming back to Wadeoutthere.
 
Riley Jensen (Twitter: @rileyjensen) has been playing or coaching high school and collegiate football for more than 27 years. Over the past (7) years he has been part owner and co-founder of the Mountain West Elite sports camps which operate in several states. He started as a quarterback at an NCAA D1 school (USU), was named 1st team junior college All-American QB (Snow College), coached football at a Division 1 program (NC State), and has coached several successful Salt Lake City area high ...
 
This podcast contains audio versions of the popular History of the Saints television series seen on BYU-TV. The series is a continuation of the Joseph Smith Paper's documentary series, also aired on BYU-TV and radio. History of the Saints begins with the martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum Smith and then moves forward through the great Mormon Exodus of Nauvoo and culminates with the arrival of Brigham Young and the Vanguard Company arriving in the Salt Lake Valley in July 1847. The show features t ...
 
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From late June to early August, 2 best friends took a 14,000-mile cross-country road trip to get away from the world. It brought them to 20 National Parks, 33 states, 46 cities, and 43 national monuments, forests, memorials, grasslands, and recreational areas. In each episode, they outline one of the stops; discuss the history of the place, their impressions, and a piece of dark-history tea associated with it. It’s dramatic, scandalous, captivatingly funny, and hopefully it inspires your nex ...
 
Money. No one talks about it (except maybe to complain). Let's change that. In this monthly call-in show, Jennifer Hale answers your questions, challenges your status quo and offers her unique insights on how to transform your relationship with money. In her words, "I'm not an expert, but I've been poor, I've done well, I've made bad and great investments and I'd like to save you some time and pain by sharing what I've learned along the way. Let's take money from being your oppressor to bein ...
 
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Nine books are removed from libraries in one school district — prompting accusations of censorship. Scientists work to better understand the omicron variant of the coronavirus, and to better predict its impacts on the pandemic. And a look at how discriminatory housing practices from Utah’s past carry through to the present day. At 9 a.m. on Friday,…
 
On this episode, Barry and Jim discuss some of their personal “Game-Changers,” pieces they saw that blew their minds, inspired them, and got them thinking in different ways about the possibilities for miniatures. You can find photos and links to information discussed in each episode at our podcast blog on boxdioramas.com Check out some other great …
 
In this episode we Wadeoutthere with Sean Witman from Avoca, Pennsylvania. Sean tied flies for years before partnering with a long time fishing friend to open own their fly shop, Housefly Fishing. We discuss the Neversink River, presentation versus fly selection, and techniques and flies for tightlining. You can find out more about Sean or check ou…
 
Join Jen, Jess and Julia as they talk about the new ways of cooking that have been added in game since last year. The world is still in this "panini", so we're serving up our best at home dishes and talking about the experiences we had along the way, appreciating both our friends and cheese (vegan and non vegan), and the new dishes we've learned to…
 
In this episode we Wadeoutthere with Justin Waayenberg from Helena, Montana. Justin moved to Montana after serving in the army and got hired by Adipose Boatworks to build drift boats, when they were both getting started in the fly fishing world. We discuss Justin’s journey into fly fishing and carp fishing on the Missouri River. You can reach out t…
 
A “frustrated” Salt Lake City Council authorizes a winter overflow shelter for the homeless at a location on the west side. A legislative proposal seeks to require transgender girls to change their birth certificates before joining female high school sports. The University of Utah’s ballet program vows reform after former students describe body sha…
 
Nick has earned an international reputation for his boxes—many of which touch on his other passion for film—and his was one of the first artists galleries we added to boxdioramas.com! We also offer some useful tips when sculpting or converting for scaling your work. You can find photos and links to information discussed in each episode at our podca…
 
In this episode we Wadeoutthere with Phillip Chamberlain from Lyons, CO. Phillip is a guide at Kirks Fly Shop Grand Lake whose love for fly fishing is deeply connected with family. Past, present and future. We discuss the Encampment River, fishing with family, and winter fly fishing techniques. To find out more about Phillip or schedule a fly fishi…
 
The death of a 10-year-old Black girl by suicide intensifies the spotlight on racism and bullying in Utah schools. State lawmakers approve controversial electoral maps, greenlight a name change for Dixie State University, work to counter a federal vaccine-or-testing requirement, and punish a Millard County power plant — apparently over a plan to co…
 
And now, the salt-filled conclusion to our console deep dive! Jen and Vaniti cover The Sims 1 on console and the most notorious game of all... The Urbz: Sims in the City. Was it worse than you expected or remember? Listen in to find out! Welcome to Under the Plumbob Podcast -- the podcast about all things related to the EA-Maxis series of games cal…
 
In this episode we Wadeoutthere with Jenny West from Hamilton, Montana. Jenny was born and raised in the Bitterroot Valley, where her father taught her fly fishing at an early age. Jenny continued to fly fish throughout her youth. After college her continued passion for the sport eventually led her to guiding on the Bitterroot River where she now t…
 
Utah officials make plans to build a reservoir that would hold Bear River water to feed urban growth along the Wasatch Front. How the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention determined Pfizer’s smaller-dose vaccine was safe and effective in children ages 5 to 11. And election results from Tuesday’s municipal contests. At 9 a.m. on Friday, Salt L…
 
Michael Kontraros is one of the top sculptors in the world in the fantasy realm. For years, he won gold medals and wide renown for his one-off sculpts, which are painted by some of the top artists in Greece, and which are greatly sought-after by collectors. He now runs his own company, Michael Kontraros Collectibles, where he produces stunning figu…
 
In this episode we Wadeoutthere with Dan Moyers from Indianapolis, Indiana. Dan’s passion for fly fishing began in Colorado and followed him back to the Midwest where he was able to find a balance between fly fishing for smallmouth and trips back to the Rocky Mountains. We discuss the differences and similarities between fly fishing for smallies an…
 
This episode airs November 1, which is right at the peak of the biggest event of the year at Antelope Island - the annual bison roundup. This one's a shorty~ check back in December 1 for something better. Join us at the bison corrals on November 2-4 for a tour of the handling facilities and a chance to get a closer view (safely) of the bison herd.…
 
Utah health care workers say they’re tired of being on the receiving end of COVID-19 hostility. A pandemic data columnist offers an explainer on booster shots. Rep. Steve Christiansen announces his resignation from Utah Legislature. And the money eviction attorneys received from a pandemic relief fund meant to help renters. At 9 a.m. on Friday, […]…
 
Who says we never talk about the console games? In this episode, Jen and Jess cover all of the non-PC Sims games from Sims 2 era to the present. From the PlayStation, to the XBox, and even your old mobile phone, you'll get a deep dive on what made these games so special. So, adjust your plumbob, call Daddy Bigbucks, and get ready to zap some Sims w…
 
In this episode we Wadeoutthere with Jason Faerman from Boulder, Colorado. Jason loves the work and payoff of hiking into remote alpine lakes in search of trout and solitude. We discuss some of the preparation and tactics Jason uses when fishing these remote waters, as well as how his own experiences and friendships helped him co-found Yakoda Suppl…
 
A conspiracy-fueled push for a 2020 election audit in Utah falls flat during a legislative committee meeting. With municipal elections underway across the state, an explainer on ranked-choice voting. A program that makes naloxone available in local libraries to try to save lives. And the Utah Jazz start their season strong against a lackluster foe.…
 
We talk to Joel Glass, a collector of miniatures and a supporter of the MFCA show in Philadelphia as well as World Expo. We also share our thoughts about the world of collecting miniatures. You can find photos and links to information discussed in each episode at our podcast blog on boxdioramas.com Contact us at smallsubjectspodcast@gmail.com…
 
As I watch waves of migrant birds move through our valley, beginning in mid-July with rufous hummingbirds and a few early shorebirds, followed by raptors pouring over the Wellsvilles mountains in mid-August, then September when many of our songbirds head for the tropics, and lastly in November come the waterfowl- ducks, geese, and swans stream thro…
 
In this episode we Wadeoutthere with Marissa Williams from Stuart, Florida. Marissa was born and raised in Florida, and when COVID hit she decided to spend her newfound time fly fishing her home waters. We discuss some of the struggles she faced diving into saltwater fly fishing and a few tips and techniques she learned the hard way as a beginner. …
 
Medical cannabis pharmacies in Utah sell products containing Delta-8 THC — despite federal warnings of serious health risks. The Utah Inland Port Authority creates a new entity to issue bonds — over objections from two of its own board members. Southwest Utah sees a surge in COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations as vaccination rates remain low. And …
 
Jen, Jess and Ava are covering the wonderful world of crafting in this episode! Join them as they cover the unique ways of crafting from Sims, ranging from everyone's favorite way to relax of painting in Sims 1 down to fabrication and candle making in Sims 4. They also cover the crafts they do themselves. Learn some cool crochet terms from Ava and …
 
In this episode we Wadeoutthere with Ben Boehmig from Fort Collins, Colorado. Ben moved to Colorado from Atlanta and has worked as a forest firefighter and fly fishing guide. We discuss the Poudre River, fly presentation, and Ben shares his story of how hard work pays off when hunting steelhead. If you would like to follow Ben on his journey or boo…
 
This summer, while running on the river trail, I saw an otter. A real life river otter. It leapt out of the water and darted into a pocket between rocks on the bank, with a trout in its mouth! It was one of those moments where I was confronted with something that was, in my mind, so wildly outside the realm of possibility that it took me a minute t…
 
President Joe Biden will take action in the near future to restore Utah’s Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante national monuments. Iron County water managers seek to tap aquifers in Beaver County’s Pine Valley to fuel growth in Cedar City. And a lawsuit aims to topple Utah’s cash-based bail system. At 9 a.m. on Friday, Salt Lake Tribune […]…
 
This episode features an interview with Greg DiFranco, a master painter renowned for his use of shadows, light, and color, as well as a damn fine sculptor and a champion of flats who has raised that aspect of our hobby to new heights. You can find photos and links to information discussed in each episode at our podcast blog on boxdioramas.com Conta…
 
In this episode we Wadeoutthere with Jäkob Burleson from Morrison, Colorado. Jäkob is a photographer at Umpqua who is passionate about exploring the Rocky Mountains to tell fly fishing stories through his work. We discuss the value of humility in fly fishing, fishing the way you need, versus the way you want to catch fish, and Jake shares his love …
 
There is a story I like of an old Zen master who one day was asked to speak wisdom to his acolytes as they were sitting outside. He obliged. He rose and walked to the front of the students. He waited a moment to think carefully about his words, opened his mouth, and then just as he was about to speak, a bird in a nearby tree sang its beautiful warb…
 
Listening is becoming a lost art in our noisy, judgmental, and often argumentative world. Host Boyd Matheson explores lessons in listening from various faith traditions, and how listening with our hearts can bring people together on higher and more common ground where understanding of self and others begins. Produced by: Bella Pinnock. Conference C…
 
Mary Richards takes you to the sacred grounds of the historic Salt Lake Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, for an inside look at the renovation and construction happening on this pioneer-era building. Featuring detailed descriptions of the work being done to preserve and expand the sacred building, and how the new Temple Squ…
 
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