State & Regional

Stories within Utah and the Western United States that have a particular resonance with residents of the Wasatch Back.

  The Morning Mix today, live from the Wallsburg Music Festival.  John and Jude’s first musical guest is Elizabeth Hareza who performs live from Wallsburg.  The second guest is Matthew Morrison who will be performing this weekend with the Utah Symphony at Deer Valley.  Then, John and Jude introduce Mindy Dillard who sings and plays live.  Final guest on the program is Rei Hotoda who is an associate conductor of the Utah Symphony.  Our thanks to Roger Crawford for his assistance in engineering the live broadcast from Wallsburg. 

  Lynn Ware Peek and John Wells speak with David Sumpter about soccer and Math in his book Soccermatics:  Mathematical Adventure in the Beautiful Game.  Love soccer and Math?  Or love soccer but wonder about how to be inspired by Math?  

 

Then, Wired magazine's co-founder Kevin Kelly. He's got us looking ahead to what we can expect from technology in The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future.

 

Karen Kasel

Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Laurel Kasel and Hannah Bowden who have joined forces to empower other women through a business called MPOWHER.  It’s women's active wear, with a twist.  

Then they talk up the National Ability Center's Summit Challenge Bike Event. Chris Magerl, course designer and Charlotte Hamilton, event coordinator join.  

 

  In his book, Thirst for Power: Energy, Water and Human Survival, Michael Weber offers a farsighted and holistic way of thinking about the nexus between energy and water. He underscores that population growth, climate change and short sighted policies are likely to make things worse.

Then, in the second part of the show, Chris and Nell speak with Rob Davies; coordinator of the Utah Climate Center at Utah State University  who will give a speech on climate change and mitigation at the Santy Auditorium this Sunday night at 6:30.

  Music guest Joel Pack performs live in studio today. Then, Judy Cullen, Marketing Director of Squatters and the Wasatch Brew Pub along with Matt Bishop, talk about local hops.  

Mountain Money - July 11, 2016

Jul 11, 2016

  Larry and Alex  first guests are Lydia Rupnow, Emily Cook and Dylan Ferguson from SkullCandy talking about their Buy in PC/Stays in PC program.Then Mat Kendall, Executive Vice President of Adedade talks about their primary care doctors. In the Aledade model, independent physicians can get the benefits of large health care systems while maintaining independence.Finally, author and Forbes contributor Devin Thorpe talks about CSR—corporate social responsibility.

  John and Lynn’s first guest is Virginia Heffernan, author of Magic and Loss: The Internet as Art.And then they speak with John Bloom, author of Eccentric Orbits: The Iridium Story. In the early 1990s, Motorola developed a revolutionary satellite system called Iridium that promised to be its crowning achievement. Iridium the company was a commercial disaster. Only months after launching service, it was $11 billion in debt, burning through $100 million a month.

  Today Lynn and Tim speak with two women whose leadership has influenced the world over.  The first is Fatima Doman.  She is a local resident and served as the co-founder and co-director of Franklin Covey's Global Executive Coaching Practice, and the founder of Authentic Strengths Advantage.  She's an author and an executive coach and she joins us to discuss her new book, Authentic Strengths.  

  Today, Chris and Nell discuss several items currently in the news including local butterfly’s and fireflies, wolverines, polystyrene, GMO’s and Algae blooms. 

  John and Christie welcome cast members from the show Rock of Ages performing tonight at the Egyptian Theater.  They perform live in studio. The second guest on the program is Renee Huang from the Deer Valley Music Festival who offers a schedule of summer events. Final guests today are Daniel Lewis and Patton Murray from the Leadership Class Project.

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