Larry Warren and Doug Wells start the hour talking with Maynard Webb, author of “Rebooting Work: Transform How You Work in the Age of Entrepreneurship”. Next, in the studio is Phil Blake to talk about Jib Brand with the 2 nine year old boys , Wyatt Blake and Liam Doilney, who are on a mission to change the impression of snowboarding. Finally, Sarah Meyers, Marketing Manager, who announces that Forbes Travel Guide has named Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley as Utah’s only Five-Star Hotel and Spa.
Hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells fill the hour today by starting off with Amy Rees Anderson, Managing Partner, Rees Capitol, former CEO of MediConnect Global and Blog contributor at Forbes. Then, Steven Issowits, new Assistant Director for the Deer Valley Real Estate and Resort Planning is in with Bob Wells, President of Real Estate Development and Resort Planning at Deer Valley. Finally, I Ling Thompson, Vice-President, Marketing and Communications, Outdoor Industry Association.
Larry Warren and Beth Fratkin have author Miyoko Hikiji, of “All I Could Be: My Story as a Woman Warrior in Iraq”, who tells of her experiences. In the second half of the show, Marty Val Hill, who talks about the Boy Scouts and his book, “A Lasting Legacy: Scouting Among the Latter-day Saints”.
Today on Community Voices, KPCW’s Larry Warren and Beth Fratkin interview Charles Murray, best-selling author of Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960-2010. In Coming Apart, Murray argues that White America has become so divided by class that we barely recognize the concerns and values of those who belong to different socioeconomic groups. He says that this shift endangers democracy and it is putting the American project at risk. During the second half of our program, we’ll be talking to David Garbett, a staff attorney from the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance. He’ll be telling us why SUWA and other environmental groups have filed a lawsuit challenging the BLM’s decision to allow gas and oil drilling near Desolation Canyon.
Today on Mountain Money, KPCW’s Larry Warren and Doug Wells first interview Carol Loomis, bestselling author of Tap Dancing to Work, Warren Buffett on Practically Everything, 1966-2012: A Fortune Magazine Book, and editor-at-large of Fortune Magazine. Carol’s relationship with Warren Buffet began in 1965 and she’ll be telling us about Buffett’s business philosophy and how he managed to become one of the richest and most admired men in America. And next, we’ll be talking to Anne Cummins, she’s the owner Park City Mobile Health Care, and yes, she does make house calls. Finally, we’ll hear Diane Turner of Deep Powder Transportation about some of the challenges and rewards of operating a transportation company in Park City.
Today on Mountain Money, KPCW’s Larry Warren and Doug Wells first interview organizing guru, David Allen. He’s the best selling author of “Getting Things Done.” For our second guest, we speak with Ginger Ries, Executive Director of the Park City Restaurant Association. Finally, we’ll hear from Shirin Spangenberg who has started a new company called Park City Food Tours.
Today on Community Voices, we’ve been hearing a lot about health insurance exchanges and how they might be able to drive down costs for consumers. KPCW’s Larry Warren and Beth Fratkin talk with Patty Conner, the Director of Avenue H, Utah’s existing health insurance exchange program, about how Governor Herbert intends to expand this program in order to meet the requirements of the Affordable Health Care Act. If you’re confused about what a health insurance exchange program can offer you, Patty will be here to provide some answers. During the second part of our program, we hear from Judi Hilman, the Executive Director of the Utah Health Policy Project. Judi will be telling us what she and other health advocates would like to see included in Utah’s health insurance exchange program, and why some community groups think that Utah can do better.
Today on Community Voices, KPCW’s Larry Warren interviews Iconic American Folksinger, Judy Collins. Next, Beth Fratkin and Jan Williams interview author Peter Ames Carlin about his new book, “Bruce.” It’s a sweeping biography of one of America’s greatest musician.
Today on Mountain Money, KPCW’s Larry Warren and Doug Wells first interview Matt Mitton; he’s an estate-planning attorney at the Jones Waldo Law Firm. Matt’s here to tell us what we can do to prepare for the coming year, and how we can still avoid future tax liabilities if you act now. And if you think that estate planning is something that only millionaires need to worry about, you might want to reconsider after hearing what Matt has to say. After Matt, we speak with Julian B. Castelli. He’s the CEO of Vacation Roost, and he’s here to tell you about the latest trends in vacation rentals and why renting a home from him is a better value than booking a room at a hotel.
Today on Community Voices, KPCW’s Larry Warren and Beth Fratkin interview Jennifer Jackenthal, Director of Park City School District’s PC CAPS program with Al Landon,
Mike Kilchenstein, and Juan Zarate. Our second guest is Matt Litt who joins us to talk about his book, “Christmas 1945.”