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Utah Stories Show

Oct 20, 2020

We are all standing over the Grand Canyon of political chasms. Two completely different landmasses are separating further and further and it seems that the distance apart is growing because neither of the two sides is on speaking terms, instead, they are speaking past each other.

While the mainstream media networks are...


Oct 4, 2020

In our hour-long discussion, we get into many of the misconceptions that suburbanites and whites have about the Black Lives Matter Movement.  Lex Scott, Director of Black Lives Matter Utah also states all of the criminal justice reform objectives that Black Lives Matter Utah would like to see. “I’ve been protesting...


Sep 14, 2020

This episode of Utah Stories show focuses on: —The huge destruction around the city caused by the 100 MPH winds from a hurricane —Zoom meeting depression and the lack of authentic connectivity due to COVID —Millennials finding creative ways to have fun during COVID: Having fun protesting Visit us at...


Sep 8, 2020

It's clear that we currently live in a divided state concerning COVID policy. School districts are divided as to how we best manage students' return to schools. How we handle our children returning to school might be one of the most important debates we are currently we are concerned with. To shift the focus away...


Sep 2, 2020

If you love eating out, local food, and appreciate how much great local restaurants add to our communities you will be interested to hear from owners of Yoshi's and Caffe Molise regarding the impact of COVID on their businesses.