POSTED // Dec 20,2012 - Tom Reams learned to speak Mexican Spanish on a mission to California, but after meeting his Venezuelan wife at a Latin dance class more than 13 years ago, he was “adopted” by the Venezuelan community, who taught him to speak Venezuelan. He’s now the treasurer of the Asociación Venezolana de Utah
POSTED // Dec 12,2012 - R. Duncan Wallace has been a psychotherapist for 48 years. Through his long and varied career, he’s discovered various psychological truths and was encouraged by patients to write a book.
POSTED // Dec 5,2012 - Leesa Myers is the mother of a gay son. She decided to create a BlogTalkRadio podcast called Mom’s View, as well as a website with resources for parents of gay children. The podcast will be a place for parents and their LGBT children to find support and hear the stories of other people in similar situations.
POSTED // Nov 27,2012 - No matter how sickening you found the 2012 presidential election, don’t stop caring about politics—it’s bad for democracy, says Steven Johnston, the Neal A. Maxwell Chair in Political Theory, Public Policy and Public Service at the University of Utah.
POSTED // Nov 23,2012 - Stephanie Cook has spent much of her life searching for her brother and her mother. This year, she and her brother, Thomas Linton, were reunited, but they are still searching for their mother, who went missing in 1994.
POSTED // Nov 14,2012 - Pearl Sandick is an assistant professor of physics at the University of Utah, where she teaches a graduate course in general relativity. Her research interests include dark matter and supersymmetry.
POSTED // Oct 31,2012 - James Adelman is the owner of The Joint chiropractic clinics in Sugar House and Cottonwood Heights. Inspired both by his uncle, who started the Scottsdale, Ariz., art walk 38 years ago ...