Larry and Doug first talk to Jonathan Johnson, Executive Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, Overstock.com., among the top five most visited mass merchandiser websites. David Wintzer and Todd Francis, founders of WEDO, offering gluten alternative "banana flour". WEDO has just days to raise $30,000 on Kickstarter, an online funding platform. Finally, Hilary Rieter, founder of the 7K Society, bringing together career-oriented Parkites for casual social and professional networking.
John and Lynn talk to two authors, starting with Elizabeth Kolbert "The Sixth Extinction", predicted to be the most devastating extinction event since the asteroid impact that wiped out the dinosaurs. Then, Daniel Suarez, author of "Influx" asks why the high-tech future that seemed imminent in the 1960's failed to arrive.
First up, representatives from Chipotle Restaurant join Nell and Chris to talk about their mission of "Food with Integrity", along with their new online series called "Farmed and Dangerous". After that, they speak with author Fred Pearce about a piece he wrote for Conservation Magazine which describes the relationship TV is having on third-world women and fertility rates.
Larry Warren and Doug Wells open with a conversation with Winthrop Smith Jr., author of "Catching Lightening in A Bottle: How Merrill Lynch Revolutionized the Financial World". Then, in the studio is Matt Greene, Manager of Rock & Reilly's, themed as a prohibition-era speakeasy, located on Main Street. The Wasatch Tea Company is now open in Snow Creek. Guest, Marci Gorsch has completed several levels of tea training and is in to talk about their high quality loose-leaf organic teas.