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Mondo's

From: Voices of Youth - Moab
Length: 04:26

A portrait of a local Moab coffee shop as a reflection of community Read the full description.

Default-piece-image-1 Voices of Youth students are often required to create stories of people and place, connecting their thoughts to the local community. Cori, in writing about her favorite coffee shop really captured the essence of community.

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Piece Description

Voices of Youth students are often required to create stories of people and place, connecting their thoughts to the local community. Cori, in writing about her favorite coffee shop really captured the essence of community.

Broadcast History

premiered on KZMU, September 2008
an edited version was on KUER-FM, Radio West Program 6/2008

Related Website

http://www.kzmu.org