Wednesday, July 14, 2004 – Doug discusses the proposed marriage amendment with Senator Bob Bennett.
Doug continues the hour with writers Cherie Bennett and Jeff Gottesfeld. Their play "A Heart Divided" is Youth Theatre at the U's latest production about prejudice, racism and perspective. Actors Olivia Dustman and Chris Eckels join the conversation..
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Thursday, July 9, 2004 – Doug talks with writer and astronomer David Levy. Levy will present his lecture "Joining Science & Literature: Shakespeare, Eclipses & Changing Ideas of the Cosmos" at the Salt Lake City Public Library on Saturday, July 10th at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, July 8, 2004 – Doug talks with artists Gretchen Reynolds and Teresa Jordan about their artistic collaboration Faith and Other Possibilities. Jordan's monotypes and Reynolds' mixed media works are on display at the Finch Lane Gallery through July 23, 2004.
06/30/2004 – Whether you're spending the summer on the beach or in the mountains, don't forget to pack a good book. Our friends from Sam Weller's Zion Bookstore, The King's English and Ken Sanders Rare Books spoke with RadioWest's Doug Fabrizio about what they suggest for summer reading.
July 1, 2004 – Doug talks with artist Anna Campbell Bliss, whose work is influenced by water, modern dance, Euclidean geometry, Josef Albers' color theory, Islamic calligraphy, Navajo rugs, DNA and more. Her exhibit, "Intersections: The Art of Anna Campbell Bliss," is currently featured at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts.
Salt Lake City, UT – John Schaefer is the Director of the Children's Media Workshop and is an artist and educator in Salt Lake City. Schaefer focuses on looking behind commercials, movies and photography to the aims of the media we are exposed to.
Salt Lake City, UT – Chip Ward, a longtime environmental activist and successful grassroots organizer in the field, focuses on a refreshingly optimistic future for the earth in his new book, "Hope's Horizon: Three Visions for Healing the American Land"
Salt Lake City, UT – Gifford Pinchot believes in socially responsible business. In other words, one can run a successful enterprise with sustainable values. James Soares, Manager for Squatters here in SLC, describes how he has applied that philosophy in his work. Pinchot, co-founder of the Bainbridge Graduate Institute (www.bgiedu.org) which provides MBAs with corporate and social responsibility, is speaking in Salt Lake the evening of June 7th at Squatters Brewery, 147 West 300 South. The six to nine p.m. event is free.
Salt Lake City, UT – "Every Day Ethics" with Thomas Burr, Reporter from the Salt Lake Tribune and others discussing "Guzzlegate" - politicians and CEO's double dipping on filling up their SUVs --are we any better than these guys?
Salt Lake City, UT – Robert Reich served as secretary of labor under President Bill Clinton. He is University Professor at Brandeis and most recently the author of "Reason: Why Liberals will Win The Battle for America" - his ninth book.