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City Cast Salt Lake is Salt Lake City’s daily news podcast. Host Ali Vallarta and a bevy of smart and entertaining locals will bring you conversations about the issues that matter most to SLC. Some days City Cast will make you proud; other days it’ll make you angry. It will celebrate Salt Lake’s triumphs, (try to) solve its mysteries, and explore its history. City Cast will help you feel more connected to the Wasatch Front – whether you’ve lived here for 6 months or 6 generations.
 
Access Utah is UPR's original program focusing on the things that matter to Utah. The hour-long show airs daily at 9:00 a.m. and covers everything from pets to politics in a range of formats from in-depth interviews to call-in shows. Email us at upraccess@gmail.com or call at 1-800-826-1495.Join the discussion!
 
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, ...
 
Church Unlimited is a vibrant and life-giving church in the North Lakes area of Brisbane. Under the leadership of James and Paula Hensley, Church Unlimited has grown to be a key church of influence in our region. Our prayer is that if you don't already have a church to call HOME, you would come and join us in the great things God is doing with Church Unlimited. Check out Series 1 on our website churchunlimited.com.au/podcast-archive
 
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 ...
 
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
 
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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Jacob Bellotti, Jeremy Shapiro, Jeremy Campbell, Jeff Kurkjian

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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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Rep. Brad Wilson, Speaker of the Utah House of Representatives, is convening a Great Salt Lake Summit, and ahead of that summit we’ll be talking to Lynne De Freitas, Executive Director of Friends of the Great Salt Lake; Wayne Wurtsbaugh, USU Emeritus Professor of Watershed Sciences; and Marcelle Shoop, Director of the National Audubon Society’s Sal…
 
A recent conference hosted by Utah House Speaker Brad Wilson gave a comprehensive overview of the threats posed to human health, the environment and the economy from the drying up of the Great Salt Lake. The lake reached its lowest water level ever recorded in 2021 and scientists have warned that it faces ecosystem collapse […]…
 
The Great Salt Lake is at historically low levels, and that’s a problem for our city’s air quality, economy and ecology. City Cast Salt Lake host Ali Vallarta catches up with Chandler Rosenburg, co-founder of Save our Great Salt Lake, a coalition organizing for statewide action to preserve our city’s namesake. Rosenburg is helping organize a virtua…
 
This week, Speaker Brad Wilson hosted the first-ever Great Salt Lake Summit to bring researchers, state and local policymakers, and environmental interest groups together to discuss the problems and potential solutions to the declining water levels in the Great Salt Lake. Representative Tim Hawkes joins us to discuss how good water policy can help …
 
A study published in 2020 by a cohort of scientists from Brigham Young University, the University of Utah and other institutions found that air pollution shortens life-expectancy in Utah on average by two years. The study, a compilation of data on the human health and economic impacts of pollution, reported that between 2,500 and 8,000 […]…
 
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, former Salt Lake County Council member. They discuss the stalling of voting rights legislation in the U.S. Senate, the Supreme Court striking down President Biden’s “Vaccination-or-Test” mandate for large businesses,…
 
A study published in 2020 by a cohort of scientists from Brigham Young University, the University of Utah and other institutions found that air pollution shortens life-expectancy in Utah on average by two years. The study, a compilation of data on the human health and economic impacts of pollution, reported that between 2,500 and 8,000 […]…
 
Have you heard the joke that the official bird of Utah is the crane? Just kidding, it’s the California Gull. But seriously, though, downtown Salt Lake is in a massive construction boom. To Building Salt Lake editor Taylor Anderson, that’s mostly a good thing - but not without its complications. Looking to build your Salt Lake knowhow? Subscribe to …
 
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour — This week on the program, a panel of experts discusses Utah’s real estate frenzy and its impact on rural Utahns. Over the last year, 22 of Utah’s 29 counties experienced increases in housing prices. Salt Lake County, the state’s most urban and populous, sold 17,000 homes alone. While this […]…
 
Buckle up. The Utah Legislature is in session. Some of the hundreds of bills introduced may make you crazy, while others may make you proud. Either way, the legislative session is a lot to keep track of. We asked Robert Gherke of the Salt Lake Tribune and Emily Means of KUER and State Street Podcast for some help making heads and tails of the next …
 
Have you seen the Milky Way? Many who live in cities or suburbs can't. In this episode Hannah meets with Ryan Andreasen, creator of Night Sky Science, park volunteer and passionate dark sky advocate. He tells us why he decided to get involved, what makes Antelope Island special for stargazers, and what it takes to reach IDA's Dark Sky Place designa…
 
With Utah coronavirus case counts and hospitalizations at record levels, health officials turn to mask requirements to try to stem the tide. Meanwhile, Utah’s COVID-19 testing capacity is ‘maxed out,’ leading to cases potentially going uncounted. And queer members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints walk a tight-rope while trying to …
 
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, former Salt Lake County Council member. They discuss President Biden’s falling approval ratings, the continued stress of the pandemic, the Salt Lake County mask mandate vote, Gov. Cox’s ban on a […]…
 
Bill Horan needs no introduction, at least in our small world. Barry and Jim talk to the master painter and sculptor, and, as always, discuss some of their favorite pieces from his extensive and impressive canon. You can find photos and links to information discussed in each episode at our podcast blog on boxdioramas.com Check out some other great …
 
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Original Air Date: December 8, 2021) — This week on the program, a panel of experts discusses the role that local media plays in Utah and across the country. This week’s panel gets into how local media lead to more accountable government, greater awareness of local issues and engagement with […]…
 
Your favorite Sims podcast (it's true, you voted and we won a Simmy!) is back from our holiday break! Join Caitlin and Jess as they cover all the news we missed over the last few months and get excited for the coming months of Sims releases and content. #ChemistryForCaitlin Welcome to Under the Plumbob Podcast -- the podcast about all things relate…
 
Utah has been called the Fraud Capitol of the United States. We do fraud, Ponzi schemes, and influencing all very well, and the implications across our communities are enormous. Meg Walter, City Cast Contributor and editor-in-chief of The Beehive, joins Ali to talk about the Magnolia Network show 'Home Work' scam story. We can laugh our way through…
 
For the second day running, the Utah Department of Health reports the state’s highest single-day jump in coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic, and medical professionals warn that the worst is yet to come. As a result of the COVID-19 surge, the Sundance Film Festival cancels all in-person screenings. Utah’s newest city, Erda, is allowed…
 
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, former Salt Lake County Council member. They discuss the anniversary of the events at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, the vote to overturn the filibuster, voting legislation and a Utah […]…
 
The 1998 film SLC Punk showed a violent, repressed side to Salt Lake City’s 1980s punk scene. Photographer and author Landon Hale says today’s punk scene is all about community, inclusivity, and more than music. Hale captures Salt Lake’s punk culture in his new book Punk’s Not Dead, It’s Hidden. Click here to learn more about Hale's book and the Sa…
 
On Wednesday, Utah registered its highest single-day number of coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic — more than 7,200 cases. Soon after those numbers were released, State Epidemiologist Dr. Leisha Nolen jumped on a Zoom call to answer questions from Utah media. No surprise, Dr. Nolen said that the fast spreading Omicron variant […]…
 
On Wednesday, Utah registered its highest single-day number of coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic — more than 7,200 cases. Soon after those numbers were released, State Epidemiologist Dr. Leisha Nolen jumped on a Zoom call to answer questions from Utah media. No surprise, Dr. Nolen said that the fast spreading Omicron variant […]…
 
Tons of snow last week brought Salt Lake’s snowpack up to 108%, and our resorts were slammed with holiday traffic. Ali Vallarta catches up with Lee Moriarty and Patrick Murphy – Business Managers from the Park City Professional Ski Patrol Association. Their union is in its 47th bargaining session with Vail Resorts, and they told Ali they don’t want…
 
With 2021 coming to a close, many Americans find themselves wondering what the new year has in store for them. Rep. Robert Spendlove, Vice Chair of the Executive Appropriations Committee and the Senior Economist for Zions Bank joins us to break down some of the current economic trends we’re seeing in the market and what kinds of financial and busin…
 
The University of Utah football team has dealt with tragedy this past year. Star running back Ty Jordan died of a gunshot wound last Christmas and his high school friend and Utah teammate, Aaron Lowe, was killed at a house party in Salt Lake this year. On New Years Day, the University of Utah football team will make its first-ever Rose Bowl appeara…
 
A recent investigative report from the nonprofit newsroom ProPublica examines the ways Utah’s powerful water lobby has worked to undermine water conservation measures proposed by state lawmakers. Utah is the fastest-growing and second-driest state in the nation, but it lags behind its neighbors in instituting meaningful reforms to conserve water, e…
 
If you’re a last-minute gift shopper, we’re here for you. The City Cast Salt Lake team hit the streets in search of local gifts for under $20. Host Ali Vallarta, newsletter writer Madeline McGill, and lead producer Nick Steffens share their favorite finds. We visited these shops: The King’s English, Millcreek Gardens, Hatch Family Chocolates, Jack …
 
It’s as quintessentially Utah as fry sauce: Soda shops on seemingly every corner selling “dirty” beverages - or basic soda with any number of flavor combos added. The New York Times recently reported that this sugary secret is out, and dirty soda shops are expanding across the country. City Cast Salt Lake host Ali Vallarta chats with Meg Walter - C…
 
Park City has a strong labor history. In the late 19th and the early 20th century, the miners who lived in the town and who worked underground were often part of a union. The sometimes-militant Western Federation of Miners had a strong presence in the mining camp and helped negotiate better wages and working conditions […]…
 
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