Throughout the week UPR broadcasts insightful and entertaining commentaries from folks throughout Utah and beyond.
Sea Lion vs. Fishermen -- It's one of the oldest battles on Earth and highly entertaining.
Steve Eaton went to a Mariners game once and sat in a suite, where people talked about banking and where there was free food, and it was not like any all-you-can-eat buffet he'd ever been to.
Gina tells us about her naughty leap-year dogs, who act like they're still puppies, even though -- technically -- they are four years old.
Steve Eaton loses everything...but he's not forgetful and he has a lot on his mind, like Sunny Bono. Even having a pager didn't help him.
Ed Koceila describes Mexican security when Hilary Clinton comes to town...and that's for an "informal" meeting. What will it be like in June when Ed's favorite whale watching spot is overrun with foreign dignitaries?
Gina Wickwar is back with a new commentary about the meaning of Christmas...and no, it's not too late. It's never too late for her sweet insights about friendship, community, and care.
Ed's fishing plans aren't enough to keep his future sister-in-law from wondering what exactly might pop-up on her trip to Mexico.
Jennifer Pemberton reflects on Abraham Lincoln and turns President’s Day into a homecoming celebration…with a little help from Johnny Cash.
Ed Kociela tells us how news spreads down the Baja Peninsula through social media.
Steve Eaton can't wait for the American economy to turn around so he can drive fast and eat tater-tots on vacation in Southern Idaho.