On this show, Larry and Doug talk to Keith Ferrazzi, author of "Never Eat Alone, Expanded and Updated". Keith has been named a "Global leader of Tomorrow" by the World Economic Forum. Then, in the studio is Mary Christa Smith, organizer of a seminar on May 21, called "The Energetics of Prosperity: Aligning Work, Passion and Purpose". This seminar is at Treasure Mountain Inn, beginning at 6pm.
Fun Friday talks with Christie Dilloway, Director of Marketing for the Egyptian Theater who talks about their summer line up. Ann Johnson stops by to invite the community to the Peace House Fundraiser "Spring Bling". The KPCW Classified Show live remote starts at 7, Saturday morning.
Lynn and John spend the first half of the show with Brian Mcinerney, hydrologist for the National Weather Service, who talks about the upcoming water year. In the second half, Zheng Zheng, an assistant professor of Physics and astronomy at the University of Utah, whose team discovered a "hypervelocity star" that may provide clues about the supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way.
Travis McGhee and Mike Lynch from CrossFitMiners Town and the push up fundraiser event - how many push ups can you do in 90 seconds? All money raised goes towards the veterans organization Boot Campaign. Then Christopher Nowinski, author the Head Games: Football's Concussion Crisis. Nowinski can be credited with bringing awareness and exposing concussion as a public health crisis. Finally Charlie Sturgis of Mountain Trails Foundation who talks about creating a membership base and this months membership drive.
Chris and Nell first speak with Paul Burnett, Project Coordinator for Trout Unlimited. Afterwards,they talk to Lynn Suksdorf, Executive Director at Temple Har Shalom about their new roof-top solar systems at the Temple. Finally, Dave Kanter of Grid Point comes on to talk about energy efficiency software systems for commercial and industrial structures.
The line up of guests starts with author and Emmy award-winning correspondent Bill McGowan. Bill talks about his new book "Pitch Perfect", where he explains how to get the right message across. Next in the studio is Mark J. Fischer who discusses plans to revamp High Star Ranch. Finally, The Regional Administrator for the Small Business Association, Matt Varilek. The SBA is gearing up for the National Business Week, May 12 - 16.
A new report called The National Climate Assessment shows that the impacts of climate change are happening now, not off in the future, according to a representative of the Sierra Club. Rick Brough has more.