Imagining Salt Lake City’s Cultural Core
What would happen if Salt Lake City hosted an international design competition meant to transform its cultural core? The astounding answer is that over 200 teams of architects, designers, and students representing forty-eight countries have focused their creative talents and efforts on two downt...
A Quest to End Chronic Homelessness
Every year on a specific night in January the State of Utah conducts a census of homeless persons called The Point in Time Count. This past January 30th throughout the State, homeless service providers teamed up with volunteers to count the people sleeping in homeless shelters, on the streets, in...
Dad - Mom Needs Your Help
Things come at a sixteen year old girl fast—friends, school, homework, dates, sports, family, church, work. Thus, many high school juniors don’t think much about their future education. However, it’s not too early to think about admission tests, scholarships, and college savings
Good Jobs for Utah
Those of us with a bit of gray hair remember when it was hard to find a job in Utah. Many Utahns had to leave the state. Today, good jobs are much more available in our state.
Junior Achievement of Utah has built a remarkable “city” where 5th grade students come to learn about free enterprise, profit and loss, saving, paying bills, income and expenses, and checking accounts. It’s called JA City. Wow! It was a beehive of activity Tuesday when I visited.
A Mission for Humankind
While housed in a concentration camp, Viktor Frankl discovered he could find hope surviving upon his devoted and unconditional love for his wife, though separated from her. Love of our fellow man is the best and surest foundation for service.
A Hike in Red Cliffs
Some speaking engagements this week provided a welcome few days in Southern Utah. My wife joined me in savoring the nice, warm spring weather. St. George did not disappoint. We took in the warm sunshine while we played tennis, walked, and hiked.
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