Easter chocolate, Easter Tulips and Easter fun. Our guests include Britnee Johnson from Thanksgiving Point who says that the 10th Annual Tulip Festival is now open. Then Paulmichael Maxfield with the Natural History Museum of Utah, and Scott Querry from Solstice Chocolate team up for a sweet display at the museum the "Chocolate Exhibit".
The CEO of Vail Resorts, Rob Katz, has sent a letter to his counterpart, John Cumming, the head of Powdr Corp, saying that if - or when - Powdr loses the lease for more than 3,000 acres of its ski mountain, it's not realistic to insist that Park City Mountain Resort will continue to operate the ski area. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
Lynn and guest host Tim talk to Simon Head, author of "Mindless: Why Smarter Machines are Making Dumber Humans", arguing that systems have come to trump human expertise .Then, Brent Andersen, Founder of the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium, which opened its new facilities in Draper. It's the 9th largest aquarium in the nation.
An icon of folk music is playing the Egyptian Theatre on Friday, April 18th and Saturday, the 19th. Peter Yarow says his show will be a combination of a concert, party, peace march, and reminiscence. Rick Brough has more.
Some major water suppliers on the Wasatch, including the Weber Basin Water Conservancy District, are concerned the proposed Tesoro oil pipeline could pose catastrophic risks, since the line will be routed along river corridors like the Weber River.
Scott Paxman, assistant general manager of the Weber District, is convinced the pipeline will happen; they just have to make sure the line is as safe as possible. Rick Brough has more.