Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney first talk to Scott Kelly of Rebound Health and Performance Center about gluten sensitivity. Then, Andy Dammon, Director of resort activities, Compass outdoor program at Montage. Finally, Hienrich Deters, trails coordinator and Bob Kohler, special events Park City Chamber, tell about the Tour of Utah coming through Park City this weekend.
Today, Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak talk about a number of stories in the news, all fossil related. In the second half, a discussion on how a healthy wolf population makes for thinner elk herds which allow more berries to grow which results in happy bears.
Today hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells speak to August Turak, author of "The Business Secrets of Trappist Monks: One CEO"S Quest for Meaning and Authenticity". Next, in the studio is Naomi Doyle of Cade and Co., children's shoes and clothing. Finally, Amy McGarr and Anna Francis, owners of Fun Craft Mom.
Hosts Lynn Ware Peek and John Wells talk to Professor Marc Porter about the huge impact nanoscience and nanotechnology has when scientists, engineers and clinics work across disciplines to answers ranging from theoretical physics to medicine. They follow that with an interview about the limiting of using brain scan to 'brainwash' or influence humans with Dr Scott Lilienfeld, co-author of Brainwashed: The Seductive Appeal of Mindless Neuroscience.
Host Larry Warren first speaks with Brent Pollina, Vice President of Pollina Corporate Real Estate. According to the 2013 Top 10 Pro Business Ratings, Utah is ranked No. 1. Then, in the studio is Kim Lange of Kim's Cold-Blooded Creatures, a safe, fun and educational way to celebrate a party. Finally, Matt Varilek, the Regional Administrator for the Small Business Association Region 8.