Driveway Moments en Driveway Moment: Education in Listening <p>I was driving to work (which just happens to be USU!), and as I was parking in the stadium, I decided I had to finish listening to Tom's Access Utah on <a href="" target="_blank">July 25</a> because I was stunned.&nbsp;It was on homeless people in Utah, and I was so enthralled by the depth of the conversation I just couldn't turn it off. I realized the value of educating people about this issue, and that is the kind of service UPR provides to Utahns.&nbsp;</p> Tue, 16 Oct 2012 22:11:22 +0000 Storee Powell 15078 at Driveway Moment: Education in Listening Driveway Moment: Remembering Times Past <p>I have been known to sit in my car in driveways or parking lots all over town listening to the end of a story on Utah Public Radio. &nbsp;It is wonderful to get caught up in a story about a place far far away or a time in history or the future. &nbsp;I particularly enjoy stories on Morning Edition and All Things Considered. &nbsp;</p> Mon, 15 Oct 2012 17:59:38 +0000 Teri Guy 14999 at Driveway Moment: Remembering Times Past Driveway Moment: Commuting Informed <p>I don’t drive much, so I don’t have driveway moments. I have the opposite. I listen to so much public radio at home that it’s a wonder I ever get out of the house. I have been late to work more than once because I was standing in the kitchen finishing a story and completely lost track of time.</p><p>I’m a bike commuter and it is absolutely unsafe to listen to podcasts while riding a bike, so unlike most listeners, I actually go without my public radio fix while I commute.</p> Fri, 12 Oct 2012 22:26:18 +0000 Jennifer Pemberton 14926 at Driveway Moment: Commuting Informed Driveway Moment: Enhancing Personal Experience <p><span style="font-size: 12pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: 'Times New Roman', serif; background-position: initial initial; background-repeat: initial initial; ">There was an NPR feature during All Things Considered last month about Sweet Potatoes and how they are being used to feed villages in Africa. This was especially interesting to me because I had recently returned from Ethiopia where I witnessed villagers in Kerswa Ellala digging pits for their "food storage"— harvested rubber banana plants that can be eaten years after they are buried. Thu, 11 Oct 2012 19:21:43 +0000 Mackinzie Hamilton 14842 at Driveway Moment: Enhancing Personal Experience