From time to time, The Cricket likes to update the status of former familiar Utahns, to see what they’re up to now. It’s kind of like being a gossipy aunt.
Today comes word that former Park City radio personality Don Gomes has been named executive director of the Anchorage Community Theatre, reports the Anchorage Daily News.
Gomes was a familiar voice for several years on public-radio station KCPW. In 2007, he became executive director for the Utah Nonprofits Association, a job he left in 2009 when his wife got a job in Alaska.
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