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Imagine Sundance is a podcast series hosted by Chad Linebaugh, General Manager of the Sundance Mountain Resort. Our podcasts describe various aspects of the resort, including mountain skiing and snowboarding, award winning lodging and a variety of restaurant options including four star dining experiences. Episodes also review the Spa at Sundance, our unique Art Studio, the Outdoor Theater, the film Screening Room, world class fly fishing, hiking, horseback riding and more.
 
The Utah Beer News podcast is an extension of utahbeernews.com. It strives to deliver stories from brewers, breweries, and everyday imbibers who share a passion for craft beer. Founded in 2018, Utah Beer News is written by and for craft beer lovers. It's handcrafted craft beer content to sip and savor.
 
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About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we get to chat with the owners of Wasatch Milk, Anthony & Samantha Stolworthy. We get to find out their story. We find out what got them into the milk delivery business, what brought them to Utah the local products they carry, and of course what it's like starting a brand new business during COVID. We …
 
Hunting Mule Deer with Skyler Richards Show Notes: I’m talking with Skyler Richards today to see how he approaches mule deer. As a full-time hunting guide for Color Country Outfitters in Southern Utah, Skyler’s been full-on immersed in hunting as a profession for the last 9 years. Sometimes hunters like to plan a hunt around a trophy, or the kind o…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we get to chat with the owners of Papito Moe's, Kimberly & Jesus Vasquez. We get to find out their story. We chat about what brought them to Salt Lake City, what motivated them to open up Papito Moe's, their menu, obstacles they've faced, advice to new business owners, and tips on how you can support l…
 
At age 53 Mark Berry ran the South West Coast Path in 11 days 8 hours 15 mins, that's an average of 55 miles per day with over 10,000 feet of climbing and another 10,000 feet of descending each day. Lorraine Berry was Marks support along with two other friends. Below is a link to the couples Nepal trekking/running website. www.nepalmarathons.com, H…
 
A new record high number of new coronavirus cases were reported on Thursday, as Utah’s rate of new diagnoses continued to skyrocket, along with hospitalizations. For the past seven days, Utah has averaged 916 new positive test results per day — up from Wednesday’s average of 876 and far exceeding July’s top week-long average of […]…
 
On the fifth anniversary of TWiEVO, Nels and Vincent invite 12 evolutionary biologists to describe exciting future directions for the field and their laboratory in the next five years. Hosts: Nels Elde and Vincent Racaniello Guests: Lillian Fritz Laylin, Talia Karasov, Andrew Kern, Sarah Tishkoff, Dmitri Petrov, Nancy Chen, Amanda Larracuente, John…
 
On this episode of “In the Hive,” we have a conversation with former GOP state lawmaker Steve Urquhart, who served 16 years in the Utah legislature. Urquhart had a falling out with his party, and with his church, over the stance both took when it came to equal protections for LGBTQ people. After finally getting a […]…
 
Both Sides of the Aisle – Natalie Gochnour is joined on The Right by Sen. Dan McCay, R-Riverton, and on The Left by Shireen Ghorbani, Salt Lake County Council member. They discuss the spiking COVID-19 cases in Utah, Gov. Herbert moving Provo and Orem back into “orange” restrictions, Utah County instituting a mask mandate, the […]…
 
Hinckley Institute Radio Hour — This week on the program, we air a discussion on healthcare disparities in the United States and in Utah. In our nation and state, affordability, accessibility and quality of care individuals receive vary dramatically based on socioeconomic status, race, geography, gender identity, and more. Our panelists address how…
 
Mule Deer Hunting Brian Strickland " I love bowhunting mule deer, but I especially love hunting them during the early season. There’s just something about those fuzzy antlers. Early season hunts often end up being a year-long chess match of sorts: researching and scouting an area before finding, patterning, stalking and ultimately killing the buck …
 
Appalachian Mountain Club Social Media... Website: www.outdoors.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/appalachianmountainclub/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AppalachianMountainClub Twitter: https://twitter.com/AppMtnClub Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/OutdoorsOrgAMC My Online run coaching www.kristianultra.com…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we get to chat with one of the owners of BGR in Sugarhouse, Meili Myles. We get to find out her story. We find out all BGR in Sugarhouse, how Meili got involved working in the restaurant industry, how COVID has effected the business, and even found out that Meili is a certified rescue diver. We also ge…
 
Utah sees a big spike in coronavirus cases, with a whopping 911 new cases on Thursday. How children transmit the virus and what we know about Utah’s school outbreaks. What polling says about the 4th District congressional race. And Sen. Mike Lee tries to downplay the role of climate change in this year’s devastating wildfires […]…
 
Both Sides of the Aisle – Natalie Gochnour is joined on The Right by Sen. Dan McCay, R-Riverton, and on The Left by Shireen Ghorbani, Salt Lake County Council member. They discuss the state plan for the upcoming flu season amid the pandemic; Utah County seeing a spike in coronavirus cases; Bob Woodward’s February interview […]…
 
Today on “In the Hive” we look at the wildfires that have been devastating the Western United States this summer. More than 4.7 million acres have burned in ten states. At least 34 people have now died in the fires raging in California, Oregon and Washington. Climate scientist Peter Gleick says there’s a clear link between […]…
 
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Original Air Date: March 18, 2020) — This week on the program, local emergency experts discuss natural disaster threats facing Utah and how we can best prepare for them. From wildfires to floods to earthquakes the experts emphasize why preparedness is key to public safety. They also lay out the local, state and fe…
 
Hunting Roosevelt Elk in the PNW with Rene Ramos Show Notes: The Roosevelt elk is also known as the Olympic elk or Roosevelt’s wapiti, and it lives in the Pacific Northwest area, stretching down to Northern California and up to Washington. I’ve hunted for them before, so I have some experience, but it’s nothing compared to Rene Ramos’s experience. …
 
Here is the website which was used to update Liz's progress whilst on the Appalachian Trail: https://mercuryontheat.com/ Liz's social media, Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/runningliz Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pinkfeathers/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/runlizrun Here are my details Website: https://www.kristianultra.com/ In…
 
Here are a few tips to help get your offer accepted in our competitive real estate market.To have any chance of being a competitive homebuyer in our market, there are some key tips you should follow:1. Write a strong offer with tight deadlines and few (if any) contingencies. One of those contingencies is the inspection contingency, which gives the …
 
A windstorm wreaked havoc in Utah, causing widespread damage, power outages and school closures across the Wasatch Front. Power outages affected as many as 170,000 on Tuesday, and crews continue to work on clearing downed trees and restoring electricity. The Salt Lake City School District canceled classes until at least Monday, delaying the start o…
 
Where did this week’s powerful windstorm come from? What caused it? Just how destructive was it? We hear from a National Weather Service meteorologist about the origins of the storm, and from city officials about the cleanup efforts underway. Guests: Christine Kruse, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service Erin Mendenhall, mayor of Salt L…
 
Elk Hunting Seminar 2020 West Coast Archery I was invited to speak on a virtual seminar for West Coast Archery here is the audio of the seminar and the video is up on my Youtube ¨No matter what it is you are hunting when using a call there is always a point that the animal you are calling feels that they should be able to see what’s calling to them…
 
Here is the website which was used to update Liz's progress whilst on the Appalachian Trail: https://mercuryontheat.com/ Liz's social media, Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/runningliz Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pinkfeathers/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/runlizrun Here are my details Website: https://www.kristianultra.com/ In…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we get to chat with the founder & organizer of One Sweet Festival, Carson Whitlock. We get to find out his story. We find out what motivated him to start up the festival, obstacles he's faced along the way, everything you want to know about the One Sweet Festival, and everything you might want to know …
 
Elk Hunting Scenarios with Paul Medel 11.35 Download and Subscribe to Interviews With The Hunting Masters Big Game Hunting Podcast brought to you by Phoenix Shooting bags on iTunes, Podbean, Player FM or Sticher. It's FREE! Help keep this podcast free and give us review on Itunes and leave us a comment to let us know how we are doing ! www. Johnsta…
 
Kyles social media... Instagram: @trailtalespod Kyles podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/trail-tales-thru-hiking-backpacking-and-peak-bagging/id1441376382 Kyles Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC72zCOrxkfXxZAnqQoS43Qw My email: kristianultra@gmail.com My site: www.kristianultra.com My Instagram @kristianultra…
 
Nels and Vincent answer listener questions and discuss a newly discovered virus of amoeba with a nearly complete ORFan genome: none of the proteins encoded in the viral genome look like any other proteins. Hosts: Nels Elde and Vincent Racaniello Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiEVO Links for this episode Y…
 
Title: Arizona Elk Hunting with Steve ChappelL, part 2 Show Notes: In this second part of our conversation about elk hunting in Arizona, Steve Chappell from Elk Camp and I talk about times when elk calling might backfire on you, and how to think carefully through a situation before you react. Steve’s approach to elk hunting is thoughtful, refreshin…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we are joined by local Utah author, Jason Stevenson. We find out his story. We talk about what brought him to Utah, what got him interested in writing a book, obstacles he faced and how overcame them. We also get to find out what Jason loves about hiking, hiking tips, and everything else in between. Im…
 
If you’re thinking of buying new construction, you need to hire an agent.When buying a new construction home, you absolutely need an agent on your side representing your interests. There are a few key reasons why.First, while the builder’s agent may be friendly and helpful, they still represent the builder. They have a fiduciary responsibility to r…
 
Title: Arizona Elk Hunting with Steve Chappell 11.34 Show Notes: These guys who are getting it done year in and year out can really help you build yourself into a better elk hunter. That’s why I wanted to talk with Steve Chappell from Elk Camp and Chappel Guide Service. Steve started as a guide back in the ‘90s in Arizona, and this family legacy ha…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to chat with the owner & founder of Arrichion Hot Yoga + Circuit Training, Quinn Burton. We get to find out her story. We talk about what brought her to Utah, what got her interested in teaching yoga, we find out what Arrichion is, what motivated for her to open her very first gym in North Carol…
 
Simon and Heather join TWiEVO to discuss their analysis of the evolutionary history of ACE2 usage by coronaviruses in the Sarbecovirus genus. Hosts: Nels Elde and Vincent Racaniello Guests: Simon Anthony and Heather Wells Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiEVO Links for this episode Evolutionary history of s…
 
For home sellers, there’s a new normal in the market. Here’s what it looks like.As a home seller, it’s wise to minimize the physical contact that potential buyers have with the stuff in your home as they walk through to view it. Leave the doors and drawers open so that buyers can visually access your home without having to touch anything.Another th…
 
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