The Cultural Hall Podcast

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The COLD Podcast Ep 304 The Cultural Hall
The COLD Podcast Ep 304 The Cultural Hall
Susan Powell went missing on Dec. 7, 2009. Her husband, Josh, claimed he had taken their two young sons, ages 2 and 4, out for an impromptu camping trip — in a blizzard — in Utah’s West Desert. Police suspected Susan’s husband, Josh Powell, had murdered her from the very day of her disappearance, but they never arrested Josh. Instead, deputies, detectives and federal agents pursued Josh for more than two years, believing time was on their side. Then, on Feb. 5, 2012, Josh killed himself and the boys, Charlie and Braden, by setting fire to a home he’d rented in Graham, Washington. In May of 2013, police in West Valley City, Utah declared the case cold. Susan’s body has never been located, and the truth of what happened to her on Dec. 7, 2009, has never been uncovered. This is the story of The COLD Podcast Dave Cawley Born and raised in Utah, Dave has spent the entirety of his career in the Beehive State. He is a graduate of the University of Utah’s journalism school and went to work as a field reporter directly out of college in the early 2000s. He joined KSL in 2012, taking over as the Executive Producer for the afternoon news. In early 2018, he moved into a new role as Executive Producer of Digital Content. In this position, he oversees KSL’s investigative podcasting efforts.  
Articles of News/Week of December 31st
Articles of News/Week of December 31st
Facebook Watch finds “Mormon Love” Facebook Watch is set to launch the docuseries Mormon Love, from the Argonon production group’s Leopard USA, later this month. Read Story I am not a Mormon. I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints I am not a Mormon. I belong to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Nearly 200 years ago, when the church was organized, detractors called members “Mormons” as an epithet. The reference was to our belief in the Book of Mormon, a book of scripture which testifies of Christ, in addition to our belief in the Bible. Read Story Proposed Arizona monument would honor Mormon settlers A proposed monument at the Arizona Capitol would recall the migration story of thousands of Mormon settlers who made difficult treks from Utah to Arizona in the 19th century. Read Story It was a historic year for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Here’s a look back at 2018’s major moments “Historic” might be the best way to describe 2018 for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Read Story MAN WHO HIT SCHOOL BUS TO ALLEGEDLY GET AWAY FROM SATAN’S CLUTCHES CHARGED A Utah man who claimed he was trying to get away from Satan got charged Thursday after allegedly hitting a school bus with children on board. Read Story Mormon church to open 4 new missions and consolidate 12 others around the globe The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will launch four new missions later this year and, at the same time, consolidate a dozen others in the U.S. and around the globe, leaders announced Wednesday. Read Story MORMON MOM PRANKED WITH OBI-WAN KENOBI ‘JESUS PAINTING’ A Utah man gave his parents a large portrait of Hollywood film star Ewan McGregor as Star Wars‘ Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi saying it was Jesus Christ for Christmas and is now dreading the day his mother finds out the truth. Read Story Wall appears tagged with graffiti reading ‘Joseph Smith was a pedophile’ Photos surfaced Monday of what appeared to be a wall tagged with the words “Joseph Smith was a pedophile” in red paint. Read Story  
Elder Lingo and Sister Speak Ep. 303 The Cultural Hall
Elder Lingo and Sister Speak Ep. 303 The Cultural Hall
This book is a highly entertaining and insightful inside look at the lives and lexicon of the everyday missionaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. My documentation and commentary cover the gamut of slang terms, phrases, subculture and folklore known exclusively (until now) by these hard-working disciples. The book will open the memories of the hundreds of thousands who have already passed through these ranks, while honoring the current missionary force who are still steeped in the vernacular. As an “R.M.” myself, it is a matter of great personal pride that the good-natured, inventive, uniquely humorous, and highly efficient “Mormon” missionary vernacular is preserved and celebrated in this volume.   Link to the IndieGoGo

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Aug 28th, 2015
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Jan 18th, 2019
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