With RBG Gone, What’s Next For The Supreme Court?

On Sept. 18, 2020, the country lost Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. As millions mourn her passing, we ask: What’s next for the highest court in the land?

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RadioWest | Films

Writer Tova Mirvis relives the transformative proceedings of obtaining the get, a document in Jewish religious law marking the end of a marriage.

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  It has all the makings of a Hollywood film: A Harvard-trained psychologist approaches a professional poker player about showing her the in’s and out’s of the world of high stakes poker as a way to study human behavior. 

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It’s the last night of a Las Vegas dive bar. The regulars gather to say goodbye to each other and to the old place. The filmmakers turn on their cameras to see what they get. Right? 

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This week, as most Utahns prepared to ease back into the work week following the long Labor Day weekend, 50-100 mile-an-hour winds ripped through northern Utah, shutting off power to large swaths of the area and toppling thousands of trees.

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Most of us think we want knowledge and information. We search online, hungrily looking for answers to our questions.

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In 1963, America was feeling good. Coming out of the post-war boom years, it was still riding a tide of optimism. 

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In 1906, an earthquake destroyed scientist David Starr Jordan’s collection of newly discovered fish. His life’s work was utterly ruined. And yet he tried, very literally, to put the pieces back together.

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If trees could speak to us, what might they say? 

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We know that automobiles revolutionized life for the average white American in the early and mid-20th century, but for the African American population, cars brought freedoms, yes, but freedoms packed with complications. 

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Earlier this summer we saw the removal of a statue of Theodore Roosevelt in front of New York City’s American Museum of Natural History. It put our 26th president back in the spotlight, but then again, he never really left it.

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Have you ever felt like an outsider, feeling that you don’t quite fit in with the group around you? That feeling, says science writer Olga Khazan, might actually work to our advantage. 


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How Could Utah Have Stopped Its Rising COVID-19 Numbers?

After managing to flatten the curve of coronavirus infections earlier this summer, a spike in cases that curve is starting to look much more like the state’s topography of valleys and mountains.

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RadioWest Book Club | August

RadioWest Book Club: Shirley Jackson

The RadioWest Book Club recently met with Slate's Laura Miller to discuss Shirley Jackson's work.

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