Articles of News/May 20th

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Neon Museum gets OK to expand to unused Vegas cultural site The Neon Museum is preparing to double in size by expanding across Las Vegas Boulevard with a $1-a-year lease for a shuttered cultural center dating to the early 1960s….

Articles of News April 15th Ep. 314

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Students at Mormon-owned BYU urge honor code compassion Several hundred students at Mormon-owned Brigham Young University chanted “If God forgives me, why can’t you?” during a protest Friday aimed at pushing college officials to be more compassionate with punishments for…

Special “Articles of News” Episode

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How should missionary program be rebuilt and where might new temples go up? After surveying thousands of returned missionaries, independent researcher Matt Martinich decided “urgent reform” was needed to help The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints achieve real…

Articles of News/Week of April 1st

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Family of 6-year-old girl who died in Vineyard auto-pedestrian crash speaks out The family of a 6-year-old girl who died after being struck by an SUV spoke about their daughter Friday. Read Story Mormons will soon drink coffee! Debunking a…

Articles of News/Week of March 18th

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Why President Nelson took all Latter-day Saint apostles to Rome, and what they said about it Gasps have frequently followed announcements made by President Russell M. Nelson during his vigorous 14 months as prophet-leader of The Church of Jesus Christ…

Jaxon Washburn Ep. 322 The Cultural Hall

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Jaxon Washburn is a young member of the Church from Arizona who recently returned from having served as a missionary in Armenia. Jaxon has participated in a variety of public and online forums where he has been able to share…

Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square Ep 320 The Cultural Hall

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The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square is dedicated to the universal language of music that has the power to bring joy, peace, and healing to its listeners. Made up of hundreds of volunteers from all walks of life, this unique…

Melissa Taylor Ep. 319 The Cultural Hall

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Melissa Taylor is a Reiki Master, yoga instructor, and 2-time survivor of breast cancer. She excels at helping others find natural solutions for their health issues. Melissa brings awareness and balance within each individual to a higher level as she…

Dusty Smith Ep. 318 The Cultural Hall

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“Steve “Dusty” Smith has been an attorney since 1990. He also served in the military, reaching the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. LTC Smith obtained his bachelor of science in public relations from the University of Texas at Austin in 1982…

Allen Blodgett Ep 317 The Cultural Hall

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I love talking about myself in the third person. As they say, during your late teens and early twenties, your life if full of decisions. Allen Blodgett’s is no exception. Hailing from Appleton, WI, where the blood there is Green…

Articles of News Episode 316

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‘BYU’ logo, degree should inspire grads to avoid political tribalism and make a more ‘wonderful world,’ record class told There is no room for political tribalism or contempt in a BYU graduate, or even in a briefcase bearing the school’s…

Best of the Blogs – Week of July 30, 2017

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Best of the Blogs – Week of 30 July 2017  JI Summer Book Club: A Houseful of Females, Chapter 9 (Saskia, Juvenile Instructor) I hope everyone is following along at home. Saskia of Juvenile Instructor gets into Chapter 9 of…

E2 – July 10, 2017 – Guest Terryl Givens

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NEWS Polygamous church leader Lyle Jeffs appears in Utah courtroom after nearly a year on the run BYU students not as conservative as some think Mormon church targeted in new commercial after tax fraud concerns raised Provo MTC Open House…

Best of the Blogs – Week of July 3, 2017

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Best of the Blogs – Week of 3 July 2017 “The LDS Church’s Parental Employment Policy: Some Context” (Professor Park – Ben Park) Ben Park looks at not just the new clothing policy for those working in the Church Office…

10th Circuit Court Overturns Same-Sex Marriage Ban in Utah

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10th Circuit Court Overturns Same-Sex Marriage Ban in Utah 25-June-2014 At 12:15 EST, the 10th Circuit Court in Denver, CO. Many outlets in the Utah area have picked up the story, including KSL, the Deseret News, the Salt Lake Tribune,…

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