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Wednesday, Nov. 22: Revitalizing North Temple means ridding the old “north track” of seedy motels in favor of affordable housing. Who gets the final say?
Thursday, Nov. 23: Happy Thanksgiving! RadioActive Associate Producer brings you a special holiday program about the lives of homeless members of our community. Tune in to hear their voices and those of people working to improve services and housing.
Friday, Nov. 24: Happy Day After Thanksgiving! While the RadioActive Team takes the night off, we bring you stories from The Bee, a lovingly competitive storytelling series in our community. Tonight: The Ties That Bind.
Monday, Nov. 27: The roots of violence and community mental health responses to human-caused tragedies and trauma with Dr. David Derezotes. Plus, filmmaker Lysa Heslov, who documents several American women wounded in action and now transitioning from soldier to civilian in Served Like a Girl.
Wednesday, Nov. 29: Ski season is here. Tune in for conditioning tips with Lyndsay Smith, physiotherapist for superstar ski racer Mikaela Shiffrin — live from the World Cup in Canada. Plus, attorney William Fontenot and a plaintiff in the lawsuit to stop Mountain Accord.
Thursday, Nov. 30: Season’s Givings with the Utah AIDS Foundation. Plus, the story of AIDS treatment pioneer Dr. Kristen Ries, in her own words, from the stage of The Bee.
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