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City Cast Salt Lake is Salt Lake City’s daily news podcast. Host Ali Vallarta and a bevy of smart and entertaining locals will bring you conversations about the issues that matter most to SLC. Some days City Cast will make you proud; other days it’ll make you angry. It will celebrate Salt Lake’s triumphs, (try to) solve its mysteries, and explore its history. City Cast will help you feel more connected to the Wasatch Front – whether you’ve lived here for 6 months or 6 generations.
 
Tyler Murphy and Travis DuPree recap the second season of the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. The feds are after Jen this season and she came for Meredith's family, dubbing Brooks a "privileged twink." Lisa is puppeteering miserably this season and Mary is... being Mary. #TeamWeather. Each week we will discuss the episode and give our thoughts and if you like what you hear please share this with your RHOSLC friends! Contact us: 502tylermurphy@gmail.com Support this podcast: https://anchor ...
 
Learn all about investing in real estate in Salt Lake City, Utah with a combination of real estate financial planning and modeling with numbers specific to Salt Lake City plus syndicated, more generalized recordings of live and pre-recorded real estate investing classes (not all specific to Salt Lake City).
 
'For the Love of Salt Lake Radio News' is the untold story of what has shaped radio news in the Salt Lake Valley over the past three decades. Hear first-hand what the thriving business sounded like at its pinnacle and how it was shaped by federal deregulation. Host Maria Shilaos shares the personal stories of local broadcasters who lived through the highs and lows of radio's finest era.
 
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There are a lot of things city slickers need in this life: a good hairstylist, a credit score, a cell phone. How about a will? It’s a bit morbid, we know. But what will happen to your belongings (or your pet) if you don’t have one? Host Ali Vallarta talks with Candace Waters, a cool young estate lawyer, about why you should write a quick will — eve…
 
The Nomad™ real estate investing strategy has you buying properties as an owner-occupant, living in them for at least a year… to fulfil your obligations to the lender for getting a low/nothing down loan with better interest rates… then converting them to a rental and moving into a new property. Repeat this until you have the number of rental proper…
 
Both Sides of the Aisle – Natalie Gochnour is joined on The Right by John Dougall, Utah State Auditor, and on The Left by Shireen Ghorbani, former Salt Lake County Council member. They discuss the World Cup in Qatar, Utah’s bid for another Olympic games and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stepping down from congressional leadership. They……
 
The story of the Salt Lake County Rotary Jail Sources: paulyjail.com Wikipedia 99percentinvisible.org issuu.com core77.com slate.com Rachel’s Salt Lake History Utah Division of State History Digital Archives J. Willard Marriott Library Digital Archves newspapers.com Utah Digital Newspapers Please visit my Patreon for a detailed source list. Patreon…
 
Heather girl we’re gonna need you to stop forgetting and start showing up! This week we see the beginning of Jen and Danna’d feud, meet some of Meredith’s family, and get a rare glimpse into the lives of the house husbands. We are taking a break next week but will be back the following! If you enjoyed this episode PLZ share it with your RHOSLC frie…
 
On this episode of the podcast I got to chat with Chad Hopkins, Owner & Founder of Hopkins Brewing. We get to find out his story. We talk about Hopkins Brewing in Sugarhouse, we talk about what got Chad into home brewing, and we talk about how awesome the local brewery community is. We also talk about what Chad loves about living in Utah, favorite …
 
Have you heard about Mongo? His story brought Utah’s wild horse conundrum close to home and served as unusually good press for the Bureau of Land Management’s wild horse roundups. Growth, land use, and the good old fashioned “way of life” question are all at stake in Utah’s wild horse debacle — which host (and horse girl) Ali Vallarta and Salt Lake…
 
Utah is known for a lot of things: the greatest snow on earth, fry sauce, national parks — and getting scammed. Year after year, Utah is named one of the top states for fraud and is even one of the first to set up a white collar crime registry because of this. Deseret News Features Editor Meg Walter joins host Ali Vallarta to categorize Utah’s vari…
 
Learn more about modeling your real estate investing strategy in CityName using a variety of different rules in the Real Estate Financial Planner™ software. Watch the video version of this class: https://realestatefinancialplanner.com/modeling-your-real-estate-investments-rules-overview/ Resources Mentioned In Class Real Estate Financial Planner™ S…
 
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Original Air Date: January 1, 2022)— This week on the program, a panel of experts discusses Utah’s real estate frenzy and its impact on rural Utahns. Over the last year, 22 of Utah’s 29 counties experienced increases in housing prices. Salt Lake County, the state’s most urban and populous, sold 17,000……
 
This week has been tough — and it’s only Wednesday. From the Club Q mass shooting in Colorado Springs to a senseless shooting in our own city this weekend, our community is on edge. Host Ali Vallarta and lead producer Emily Means tackle those feelings, plus the food news you need to know before logging off for a few days. Subscribe to our daily mor…
 
Some would argue that the affordability crisis in Park City has been raging since the ‘02 Olympics, making housing out of reach for many local workers. That means a lot of them are actually our neighbors in Salt Lake! Last week, host Ali Vallarta talked to journalist Gloria Liu about how to save a ski town. Today, we zoom in on Park City with KPCW …
 
You can purchase a property in Salt Lake City, Utah using an FHA loan with just 3.5% down. Heck, sometimes you can even get down payment assistance to help with the 3.5% down payment. But there are other loans with lower down payment options. However, when you put less than 20% down, FHA loans require you buy insurance to protect the lender in case…
 
As we round out yet another dry year in Utah, our neighbors in Vegas have made Salt Lake news recently for their strict water policies. It’s not the first time we’ve eyed them with conservation envy. When John Oliver railed on Utah’s water consumption this past summer, he told us he wished we were more like our sister: Las Vegas. When did the city …
 
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints react to the faith’s support of a federal law that would codify same-sex marriage. Plus, Donald Trump announces another run for the presidency, but Latter-day Saint Republicans may not be in his camp. And, in an unusual move, state lawmakers say they’ll file an amicus brief opposing a hold……
 
It’s the week after the election, but there’s no rest for the wicked in this town! Lead producer Emily Means joins host Ali Vallarta to debate bigger highways, tie up loose ends from the election, and lament the closure of some beloved restaurants. Subscribe to our daily morning newsletter here. You can find us on Instagram @CityCastSLC and Twitter…
 
Both Sides of the Aisle – Natalie Gochnour is joined on The Right by John Dougall, Utah State Auditor, and on The Left by Shireen Ghorbani, former Salt Lake County Council member. They discuss President Joe Biden’s meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping, a Ukrainian bomb falling within Polish borders, the COP27 climate summit held in……
 
Artist Ruby Chacón is a self-proclaimed “Utahna.” The Chicana artist and founder of Salt Lake’s Mestizo Institute of Culture and Arts has spent her career challenging the mostly white art world with her portraits and murals. As Salt Lake’s gallery scene is embroiled in a controversy of racial representation, arts journalist Bianca Velasquez joins h…
 
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Original Air Date: August 10, 2022) — This week on the program, a panel of experts discusses how to foster a meaningful dialogue on society’s grand challenges ranging from environmental crisis to social and political upheaval. This event was put on to celebrate the University of Utah’s 50th anniversary of its……
 
A lucky Californian recently won the record-setting $2.04 billion Powerball. But if Salt Lakers even wanted a chance at that money, they really had to work for it. Utah is one of five states that doesn’t sell lottery tickets, and gambling of any kind is banned here. That means we’re hopping in the car for a road trip to an Idaho gas station in the …
 
The resorts are opening, the snow is accumulating, and our local ski towns are trying to survive their worst instincts. Last November, freelance journalist Gloria Liu asked How to Save a Ski Town in Outside magazine. One year later, host Ali Vallarta asks Gloria if there is still hope for mountain towns, and which creative solutions are proving the…
 
Nowadays true crime is inescapable. Whether it’s Netflix's latest doc-series or a podcast relaying the details of a grizzly murder — Utah has become a hotspot for these stories. But can a market that re-victimizes and exploits grief be ethical? Host Ali Vallarta asks former crime journalist (and former sports reporter!) Amy Donaldson, host of the m…
 
Sen. Mike Lee successfully fends off his independent challenger and Utah’s all-Republican congressional delegation sails to victory in the 2022 midterm elections. And scientists say the Great Salt Lake’s ecological collapse has begun, At 9 a.m. on Friday, Salt Lake Tribune statewatch editor Jeff Parrott, water and land use reporter Leia Larsen and …
 
Election day is over but the ballots persist! As county clerks continue their herculean effort to update the latest midterm results, host Ali Vallarta talks with former Salt Lake County Councilmember Shireen Ghorbani about the local nail biters, the moderate grind, and weirdly personal judicial reviews. Subscribe to our daily morning newsletter her…
 
Help! The friend ofs are fighting! This week choir auditions take a turn aa Angie H. and Jen go at it. Jen is also mad at Heather while Heather and Whitney end on another sour note. If you liked this episode PLZ rate us 5 stars and share it with your RHOSLC friends! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tyler-murphy63/support…
 
Both Sides of the Aisle – Natalie Gochnour is joined on The Right by John Dougall, Utah State Auditor, and on The Left by Shireen Ghorbani, former Salt Lake County Council member. They discuss the national election results, the lack of a Red Wave and who will control Congress. They also discuss open enrollment, 2020 election……
 
Everyone is trying to save the Great Salt Lake from becoming a puddle and an ecological wasteland. But a plan by US Magnesium, LLC, could put a wrench in those eforts. Host Ali Vallarta talks with Alex Veilleux, a policy associate at HEAL Utah, about the potential impacts of siphoning 100,000 gallons of water per minute out of the GSL — and why it’…
 
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Original Air Date: August 8, 2022) — This week on the program, a panel of experts discusses Utah’s public lands and the gateway communities that provide access to them. The panel will lay out the problems and opportunities presented by the popularity of these areas and what Utah can do to……
 
The vote totals are still trickling in, but in this deep red state … some races are essentially called the moment a Republican candidate lands on the ballot. If you know, you know. Host Ali Vallarta talks with Salt Lake Tribune columnist Robert Gehrke about the impact of Utah Democrats throwing their support behind unaffiliated Senate candidate Eva…
 
Do you doomscroll on Election Day? Stay up to watch the poll numbers come in? Tired of being told, “This is the most important election of our lifetime?” Take a deep breath. Host Ali Vallarta spoke with family therapist Josie Bohling about techniques to calm your mind and get you through the day as we’re bombarded with results. Subscribe to our dai…
 
The midterm election is upon us! There's a glaring difference between this year’s ballot and 2018's: no citizen-led initiatives. Host Ali Vallarta spoke with political strategist Katie Matheson about why that is and what it takes to get an initiative on the ballot. Then, lead producer Emily Means joins them as they share their dream ballot measures…
 
On this episode of the podcast I got to chat with Meera Patel, owner & founder of The Juice Shop. We get to find out her story. We find out what The Juice Shop is all about, the motivation behind opening it up, obstacles she had to overcome, and the direction that Meera would like to see the shop go. We also of course talk about what Meera loves ab…
 
A sexual assault survivor shares her story in an attempt to stop her Utah lawmaker sister’s abortion bill. A former San Juan county attorney makes claims against current county commissioners — saying the commission has gotten too cozy with a Utah environmental organization. And, after resigning from his post, the former athletic director at Utah St…
 
Unclench your jaw, grab a warm beverage and take a load off — we made it to the weekend. Lead producer Emily Means and producer Ivana Martinez talk about the news of the week, including *really* bad Halloween costumes, an update on homelessness as winter hits town, and what to do if you put off voting. Call or text the City Cast hotline anytime at …
 
This week was another setup episode for what will surely be an explosive choir audition. Lisa tweeted some not-so-sensitive receipts, Angie H.’s husband is in hot water for an Instagram account, and Heather has found a new gay zaddy to start a choir with. If you enjoyed this episode PLZ subscribe and share with your RHOSL friends! --- Support this …
 
Both Sides of the Aisle – Natalie Gochnour is joined on The Right by John Dougall, Utah State Auditor, and on The Left by Shireen Ghorbani, former Salt Lake County Council member. They discuss the election results in Brazil, President Biden’s threat of a windfall tax on oil firms, the Supreme Court case on affirmative action,……
 
It’s a City Cast Salt Lake X State Street crossover! In preparation for the upcoming election, we’re bringing you an episode of KUER’s politics podcast, State Street. Hosts Saige Miller and Sean Higgins break down the U.S. Senate race at the top of your ballot: two-term incumbent Republican Mike Lee vs. unaffiliated challenger Evan McMullin. They e…
 
The old Sears Building on State Street is coming down to make way for something new. That has us wondering: What does the future hold for one of Salt Lake’s most prominent thoroughfares? Host Ali Vallarta dared to dream a little with State Room co-owner Darin Piccoli about what State Street could be. Here’s what’s happening to the taco stand in the…
 
State Street could easily be considered the grand boulevard of our city. The multi-lane highway cuts through the heart of Salt Lake County, climbing up to the Utah State Capitol and running up and down the whole state as U.S. 89. Recently, State Street has undergone some drastic changes — notably, the former Sears has come crumbling down to make wa…
 
Happy Halloween, ghosts! This is your time to shine, and today we invoke Utah spiritual medium Marie Ogden. Host Ali Vallarta talks with Emma Kemp, a writer and professor who has been investigating Marie and her 1930s Utah commune, Home of Truth, for almost a decade. Emma shares all the past and present goings-on at the Home of Truth, as the cultur…
 
On this episode of the podcast I got to chat with Chris Browne, owner of Dolly Donuts Bar & Grill. We find out his story. We find out the inspiration to open up Dolly Donuts, we talk about obstacles they had to overcome, we find out their menu, we talk about live music and other entertainment they have. We also find out what Chris loves about livin…
 
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