T. C. Boyle, one of the great American writers of our time, will make you laugh, cry and create suspense in your life with his latest collection of short stories, Wild Child. Veronica Miller has this month’s KPCW book review.
Tuesday, May 24th is Bob Dylan’s seventieth birthday and KPCW Volunteer DJ John Wells put together a great show to mark the occasion. Click on the image to access the full post, including audio from the hour plus show.
One rite of passage is getting a drivers license and after that, when and where does the first car appear In our continuing series, Tales from the Wasatch Back, Lynn Ware Peek explores that notion that makes all parents cringe… the kid’s first car. Click on the image to access the full post, including the script and audio from the story.
It’s the end of regional play and the start of state playoffs for the Park City Miner’s spring sports. Scott Chester has this week’s Miner Nation Report, click on the image to access the full post.
Water, too much or too little. In this episode of KPCW’s Tales From The Wasatch Back, contributor John Henry recalls his adventures with water earlier this Spring. Click on the image to access the full post, including text from the story and audio.
Could it be possible that winter is finally over? In KPCW’s continuing series Tales from the Wasatch Back, Missy Hilton says good bye to Old Man Winter and welcomes in Spring while pondering the meaning of shoulder season. It does mean crappy weather season, doesn’t it? Click on the image to access the complete post, including text and audio.
Last year’s winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for Literature steps away from his dark, political commentary and lightens up with amusing satire in a book he wrote nearly 40years ago. Barbara Svoboda has this month’s KPCW book review of Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter by Mario Vargas Llosa.
“The trip of a lifetime” We all remember that trip we took back in college. In our continuing series, Tales from the Wasatch Back, local Lucy Dettmer remembers that once in a lifetime bicycle trip, though she experienced it in the later half of life. Click on the image to access the full story, including Lucy’s audio and the text of the story.
Linga Jager shares her thoughts on Robert Redford’s latest film, The Conspirator. Click on the image to hear the latest Friday Film Review from KPCW.
For many of us, our favorite companions are often the canine ones, and we all have a story about how we came to find our best canine friend. In this week’s, Tale from the Wasatch Back, David Bullock talks about how he encountered his friend Big Bear. Click on the image to access the full story, including the text.