Hosts Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak focus on summer and how the season might unfold here in Utah. Their guest today is Brian McInerney from the National Weather Service. He will have updates on what happened during the past season and share some facts and data.
Hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells start the show with Daniel Pink, author of “To Sell is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others”. Next, in studio, is Colby Larsen, owner of Park City Fine Art in downtown historic Park City, Utah. To finish the hour, Ken Krogue, president of InsideSales, one of the fastest growing companies in Utah.
Plans to move the Bonanza Park substation to a parcel near the Iron Horse Condominiums have been ended by Park City Municipal Corporation Friday morning. More after the jump.
Today, Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney start with Julia Geisler, owner of Park City Yoga Adventures. Then, Katie Mulally talks about Summit Counties Thriving Lifestyles Program. After that, Todd Hageman, who announces the route for this years edition of the Tour of Utah. Finally, to commemorate Father’s Day, author Harry Harrison Jr., “Father to Daughter: Shared Wisdom from the Heart”.
Today, Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak start with guest Thea Leonard, part owner of Treasure Mountain Inn. Thea discusses eco-friendly hotels and how much impact a normal hotel has on the environment. In the second half, Mayor Dana Williams talks about his recent trip to China where he spoke at a conference on the environment and sustainability.
Larry Warren and Doug Wells invite a trio of guests to start the show, Bill Malone, CEO and President of Park City Chamber is in the studio to talk with Betty Gorman, President and CEO of Tahoe Chamber, along with Jason Belvins, reporter for the Denver Post. All are on for a discussion of Vail as a corporate citizen. Next, Sarah Johnston, the Director of Business Career Management. Finally, in the studio is Simon Mason, owner of GolfTec.
First, we speak with Dr. Joe Ferriter about the June 9th event at Park City Medical Center to get people to come to test their compatibility for a stem cell match for local resident Andy Washington. Then we speak with Ben Bolte of the GreenBike SLC program. Next, Marty Jemison, former procyclist joins the program to talk about biking and his appearance at the Park
City Cycling Festival June 28th-30th.Finally, a conversation with Jeffrey Selingo, author of College
(Un)Bound: The Future of Higher Education and What it Means for Students.
Get a taste of Park City history every week this summer with a new nugget provided by the historians of the Park City Museum and produced by KPCW. This week we ask: What do the movie Citizen Cane and Park City have in common?
Today, Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak have several guests, starting with Joan Card, Environmental Regulatory Affairs Manager for Park City. Then, Dan Chu and Marion Claus from the Sierra Club are in to talk about a program called Our Wild America. Finally, Doug Shipley, CEO of Intermountain Wind and Solar, who explains their Community Solar Initiative.