A local Utah podcast focused on news and events in Utah and small businesses in the community. Fun and free with a dive into the non-standard Utah world.
248 - Coney Island of the West
The New Utah Podcast, Episode 248: Coney Island of the West. This week we are joined with special guest host Holly Gates! She fills us in on what it is like getting sick with Covid. Its the historically significant place week, and we feature the Great Saltair. We talk about its long history of being destroyed and rebuilt. We also talk about great concert venues and parks around Salt Lake City. It's a short but fun episode. Thank you to Folk Hogan for our music. Follow us @tnupodcast. TheNewUtah.com
247 - We All Need Therapy
The New Utah Podcast, Episode 247: We All Need Therapy. This episode features Jessie the Therapist from Blue Clover Therapy and the Morning Struggle podcast. We dive deep into mental health in Utah, and then talk to Jessie about ways to cope and handle mental issues. We focus a lot on things that are triggers in media, society and of course Covid impacts. We dive into availability of mental health care, insurance for it and how to help people find a therapist. Thank you to Folk Hogan for our music. Follow us @tnupodcast TheNewUtah.com
246 - Funeral Parties
The New Utah Podcast, Episode 246: Funeral Parties. This episode we talk with John Jarvis, known mostly as DJ Jarvicious. We talk about John's love of radio promotions and being a real life disk jockey. We discuss the impact covid has had on entertainers and how he has been making his way through it all. We also talk Evermore, as he is the new FX design guy there. We also catch up on some stories with new headlines. Follow us @tnupodcast TheNewUtah.com
245 - Culinary Evangelism
The New Utah Podcast, Episode 245: Culinary Evangelism. This week we have a chat with Chef J Looney, self proclaimed Culinary Evangelist. He has a website and everything. Chef Looney is an author and former owner of the now infamous Chow Truck. We talk about his experience with food and where insprirations come from. We dive into the cultural aspects of food in particular. The gang takes some time before talking to the chef to review local Utah food trucks and give the names of some of the best ones for you all to try out. Follow us @tnupodcast or TheNewUtah.com
244 - The Big D
The New Utah Podcast, Episode 244: The Big D. We are joined by the founder of Utah Rail Passengers Association, Mike Chistensen. We discuss mass transit in Salt Lake and the greater part of rural Utah as well. We discuss everything from buses to self driving cars, to light rail and full rail. Mike has some big ideas for Utah, and we all think a train to Vegas would be awesome. It's also the premier of our feature Historically Significant Places in Utah. This month we take a deep dive on the Topaz Mountain, the site of the Topaz War Relocation Center. A Japanese internment camp set up at the start of World War 2, as a result of the Pearl Harbor bombing. It's a bad piece of American History, but it's worth talking about. Follow us @tnupodcast. Thanks to Folk Hogan for our music. TheNewUtah.com
243 - Utah Wine
The New Utah Podcast, Episode 243: Utah Wine. This week we get to talk to Jim Santangelo, the founder of Wine Academy of Utah. It's a great conversation about how he got into wine and being a sommelier and why he lives in Utah and opened his academy here to share his love of spirits with the community. We also discuss Jess and Jeremy laying carpet, Utah alcohol sales and the DABC. Follow us @tnupodcast TheNewUtah.com
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I love the local subject matter and the delivery. There are very few occasions where I don’t find at least some interest in the topic.
I believe that the interaction between the hosts and interviewees are a large part of why I keep coming back week after week.