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Today Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney talk about the scientific truths about gluten that will cut through the din of confusion with Dr. Peter Green, who has studied celiac disease for 25 years.  Dr. Green is the author of, "Gluten Exposed: The Science Behind the Hype and How to Navigate to a Healthy Symptom Free Life."

Then, Rosemund Stone Zander joins us with a new vision for achieving true human fulfillment in her latest book, "Pathways to Possibility: Transforming Our Relationship with Ourselves, Each Other, and the World."

With all the uproar about Vail's trademark application for the name "Park City", why isn't anyone talking about the one business in town that already owns a similar trademark?  KPCW's Renai Bodley explains:

With the primary just a week away, Utahns have until midnight tonight to register to vote in the upcoming primary election.

Utahns can register online or in-person at the appropriate county clerk’s office. If you have already registered, you can view your sample ballot and polling location at vote.utah.gov. The primary election is Tuesday, June 28th.

  Joining Chris and Nell in the first part of the show to discuss record sea and ice loss is Mark Serreze, the Director of the National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colorado.

In the second half of the program, they speak with professor Tadd Truscott who just completed some research that investigated why some species of desert plants have a unique capacity to collect water out of the atmosphere.

It was a perfect night for the annual Savor the Summit - Park City's largest outdoor dinner party. Leslie Thatcher was there and has this report...

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The popularity of this dystopian novel raged across the county this past year...as fast as the pandemic that changed the world the book describes for us. Here's Barb Bretz with this month's book review of STATION ELEVEN.

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There's a new way to stay cool this summer at Jordanelle State Park.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:

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The 2016 Sundance Film Festival brought money, jobs and tax revenues to Utah according to a new study by University of Utah economists. Leslie Thatcher has more.

The full report can be found here.

  Salt Lake City Airport Director Maureen Riley is up first, talking about the re-construction of the airport, a multi billion project which will take the next decade to complete.

Next, Larry and Doug welcome Brett Monson and Henry Yogman, from PandoLabs which is offering a 12-week course in web development this summer.

The final guest is Peter Duran , author of Breaking Rockefeller: The Incredible Story of the Ambitious Rivals Who Toppled an Oil Empire.  The book tells the story of the two men who beat the world’s richest man, at his own game.

 

On today's Local News Hour, Leslie Thatcher hosted a candidate round table to discuss the issues. She was joined by the candidates on the primary election ballot for Park City School Board Precinct 2,  Catherine Callow-Heusser, Peter Yogman and Andrew Caplan.

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