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It was a street unlike any in the city – a boulevard of grand proportions, the residence of governors, senators, mining magnates, bankers and merchants. For a time, anyone who was anyone located their home along its wide, tree-lined length that ran a ...

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Today, only the façade of ZCMI remains on the downtown store in Salt Lake City.  Zion's Cooperative Mercantile Institution, founded by Brigham Young, was the first department store in the United States.  The store’s remarkable history began in 1868 ...

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This film is a portrait of the conservationist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Wallace Stegner. He was many things: teacher, historian and environmentalist but, above all, Wallace Stegner was a writer. Considered by many to be the "Dean" of ...

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From an early age, Martha (Mattie) was drawn to healing, a career that the times dictated was the domain of men. When she was 21 years old, however, she became one of three young women called by Church leadership to go to medical school. "The Utah ...

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Once upon a time, there were no malls in Salt Lake City. Parking was abundant, and anything past 2700 South was considered "out in the sticks." It was the early 1940s-- a time when men wore hats, life revolved around the war effort, youngsters ...

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Sean Patrick gathered a community, became a catalyst for change, and continues, even after her death, to inspire the critical quest for ovarian cancer research and awareness. As an athlete who was used to trusting her instincts and her body, Sean had been ...

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Surrounded by mountains, lakes, desert and salt flats, the Wasatch Front has always had a limited amount of farmable land.  Now, as suburban development encroaches on the remaining farmland, many family farms are closing. KUED looks at the disappearance ...

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KUED celebrates the centennial of the National Park Service as part of its Year of the Parks with this stunning visual portrait of Utah's Mighty Five National Parks set to a score selected and recorded by the Utah Symphony. Utah Symphony Music ...

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Homelessness is a world we see every day, but know little about. It wears down the mind, body, and spirit. In 2015, 92 homeless men and women died in Utah – more than half passed away in care facilities and hospitals, others in temporary housing; 39 ...

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Utah in the '50's Revisits Golden Times It was the best of times. Everyone liked Ike, and they loved Mayor Earl J. Glade. Young people drove snazzy cars and wore snazzy clothes. And when Utahns went downtown to shop, eat or go to the movies, ...

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