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KCPW Public Radio 88.3 FM is Utah’s first and only 24-hour commercial-free news and information station. Owned by Wasatch Public Media, a Utah non-profit corporation, KCPW is a membership-supported community public radio station.

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KCPW Public Radio 88.3 FM is Utah’s first and only 24-hour commercial-free news and information station. Owned by Wasatch Public Media, a Utah non-profit corporation, KCPW is a membership-supported community public radio station.

    The Gateway gets a makeover

    The Gateway gets a makeover

    Host Jason Mathis talks with Edie Trott, marketing director at The Gateway. They discuss upcoming events, new features and plans for the outdoor mall.

    • 22 min
    Re-envisioning Library Square and the civic campus

    Re-envisioning Library Square and the civic campus

    Host Jason Mathis talks with Christine Richmond from the Urban Land Institute and Lia Summers, Senior Art and Culture Advisor to Mayor Jackie Biskupski. They discuss plans to better utilize the space that spans the area from Washington Square to the Public Safety Building.

    • 22 min
    3rd Annual Utah Blues Festival

    3rd Annual Utah Blues Festival

    Producer Emily Means talks with Brian Kelm of the Utah Blues Society about the upcoming Utah Blues Festival.

    • 21 min
    26th Annual Downtown Farmers Market

    26th Annual Downtown Farmers Market

    Host Jason Mathis talks with Market Director Alison Einerson about what’s new at the market this year and reminds everyone to bring their re-usable bags — vendors won’t be providing plastic bags this season.

    • 21 min
    2017 Utah Pride Festival

    2017 Utah Pride Festival

    Host Jason Mathis speaks with Liz Pitts from the Utah Pride Center about this year’s festivities and progress made by the LGBTQ community in Utah.

    • 21 min
    New High Rise Cropping Up Downtown

    New High Rise Cropping Up Downtown

    Host Jason Mathis speaks with Dave Kelly from Newmark Real Estate about a construction project that will bring in hundreds of jobs and millions of dollars to the downtown area.

    • 20 min

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