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Today, co- hosts Larry Warren and Pam Wylie introduce their first guest, Liza Munday, author of “The Richer Sex : How the New majority of Female breadwinners is Transforming Sex, Love & Family”, which is on the cover of Time Magazine this week. John Wells joined Pam Wylie for this interview. In the second half, 3 IRS representatives contribute to the conversation: Bill Brunson, an IRS spokesperson, Ron Marker, Special Agent for Utah’s Criminal Investigation Division for the Department of Treasury and Ann Logan, Local IRS Taxpayer Advocate for the State of Utah. Finally, Pam and Larry discuss Pam’s leaving Mountain Money and Community Voices, to pursue other adventures.
Co-hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Missy Hilton speak with Steve Wright of Parents Empowered. He talks about underage drinking. Then, Mark Liponis, author of the book “Hunter/Farmer Diet Solution”. Do you have the metabolism of a hunter or farmer? Finally, a conversation with Dr. David Agus, author of “The End of Illness’, who is one of the world’s leading cancer doctors.
Co-hosts Chris Cherniak and Nell Larson first talk to Jim Dipeso of the Republicans for Environmental Protection, a conservative advocacy group that promotes environmental awareness. Then, in the studio, Daisy Fair of Copper Moose Farms, from right here in Park City.
Wandering around the West gives us a glimpse of things not experienced anywhere else. In our continuing series, Tales from the Wasatch Back, Bruce Rogers explores one of those things – the “Ranch Exit”.
Neighborhood opponents of the Stone Ridge development are urging citizens to turn out for a public hearing Wednesday before the County Council. It’s scheduled for 6pm., at the Richins Services Building. Rich Brough has more.
The Park City Historical Society isn’t happy about a recent demolition of what it considers to be a historical home at 920 Empire Avenue. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
Canyons Resort kicked off its 5th annual Spring Gruv this weekend. KPCW’s Nate Vineyard reports on the event.
Today, host Pam Wylie welcomes guest host Barbara Peters. The first guest is Mike Quincy, Automotive Reporter for Consumer Reports, who talks about the April issue featuring best and worst cars. Then, Michelle Nowels, Marketing Manager for Peak art and Frame, who explains their new policy of contributing to non-profits. Julie Wilder is in the studio to talk about her new business, The Language Zone, which offers Spanish and English classes for adults.
Park City high school senior Caleb Case was one of 13 Utah students honored this week for earning a perfect score on his college ACT entrance exam. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.