Monday, September 20, 2004 – The Salt Lake City Reads Together book club gets underway this month Doug talks to Nasdijj, author of one of three titles selected for the inaugural program. We are also joined by Deeda Seed of the Salt Lake City Mayor's Office, Salt Lake City Public Libraries Director Nancy Tessman, and Nanette Alleman, Coordinator of the Chicago Book Festival..
Salt Lake City, UT – Salt Lake City is marking the 25th anniversary of Abravanel Hall and the Salt Lake Art Center. Doctor Cyril Harris has designed the acoustics for Avery Fisher Hall in New York City and many other famous venues.
In this interview with KUER's Dan Bammes, recorded on the stage at Abravanel Hall, Dr. Harris talks about acoustic design and how he came to be involved in the creation of Utah's premiere concert hall.
Salt Lake City, UT – A billboard on State Street and 17th South - paid for by one of the nation's largest white supremacist organizations - has raised the eyebrows of several community activists. A week ago, leaders met to discuss how, if at all, to react to it. KUER's Jenny Brundin has more.
Aired Sept. 14, 2004 – #2 A discussion with : Attorney General Mark Shurtleff, State of Utah Greg Skordas, Candidate for Utah State Attorney General Stephen J. Kores (moderator), Executive Director, Utah Foundation
Tuesday, September 14, 2004 – Writer Leslea Newman and members of Plan B Theatre Company discuss the play "A Letter to Harvey Milk." An elderly Holocaust survivor recalls his friendship with Harvey Milk -- the first openly gay official in U.S. history -- causing him to examine the origin of the pink triangle and befriend a lesbian teacher in this one-man show.