More on KRCL format changes

As I’m sure you’re aware, based on my post earlier this month about KRCL, I’m not happy with recent changes at the station; in fact, I started a petition on titled KRCL Radio: Think Globally, Program Locally to help voice frustrations that I (and other like-minded people) have been feeling. I got the following […]

I miss San Francisco

Tonight, I miss San Francisco … I miss A Bicycle Odyssey in Sausalito (and Tony Tom, the owner) and City Cycle in the Marina (and Clay Mankin, RIP) … I miss the Hi-Ball Lounge in North Beach and I miss Spencer’s upstairs in the back room of the DNA Lounge … and I miss the […]

Sad day in the 801

My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Bryner family, but especially to Cat 1 bad-ass Norm Bryner, whose father was killed this morning. SALT LAKE CITY — A 47-year-old Salt Lake City man died early Friday, after being hit by a semitrailer truck while riding his bicycle. Norman Bryner, 47, was riding across […]

Tour of Utah Bicycle Giveaway

Sponsored by Cervélo and Canyon Bicycles, bicycle giveaway to be conducted through KFAN, Snowbird and Larry H. Miller auto dealerships SALT LAKE CITY – August 16, 2010 – Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah Executive Director Karen Weiss today announced that Cervélo and Canyon Bicycles are giving away two Cervélo RS road bicycles to fans […]

Red Butte Oil Leak

Much smaller than the BP spill in the Gulf of Mexico, but to residents of Salt Lake City, it helps bring the problem home. Hopefully Chevron is much more proactive about addressing the problems here than British Petroleum has been in the Gulf. A leak from an underground oil pipeline may have gone undetected for […]

Loiterers not welcome

No More Perks: Coffee Shops Pull the Plug on Laptop Users – A sign at Naidre’s, a small neighborhood coffee shop in Brooklyn, N.Y., begins warmly: “Dear customers, we are absolutely thrilled that you like us so much that you want to spend the day…” But, it continues, “…people gotta eat, and to eat […]