This show transitions from winter to spring. Maura Robbins and Sean Beard are in to get us excited about getting a team together for Park City Education Foundation's Running With Ed fundraiser. Spring also brings golf season. Christopher Johnson, Certified Personal Coach with GolfTec helps us "swing into spring". Then Jan Mitchell is here to cheer on the Youth Sports Alliance 'Team Park City' Olympic and Paralympic Homecoming Parade.
John and Lynn start with "America's funniest science writer", Mary Roach with her new book "Gulp: Adventures On The Alimentary Canal". Then, Dr. Pearl Sandick, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Utah. Pearl talks about the discovery of ripples in space that may provide validation of the Big Bang Theory.
On this show, we'll talk with Ann Ober, new to the sustainability department at City Hall, about her role in effective government, regional transportation, and when the rubber meets the road in sustainable practices for a municipality. Then Spike Carlsen, author of "The Backyard Homestead Book of BUILDING PROJECTS", he's the home project guru. And if that wasn't enough, Dave Barry, humor columnist and author of more than 30 books about his latest literary endeavor, "You Can Date Boys When You're Forty". He is a funny guy, or so we are told.
Nell and Chris speak with Jake Powell, a watershed coordinator with the Kamas Conservation District. Learn what roles conservation districts play in protecting soil, water and natural resources. Also, an update on the fire that occurred at an e-waste recyclingfacility in southern Utah earlier this month. Find out if your TV went up in flames.....