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Sat Mar 2 2024
The Plastic Cherries at The Urban Lounge
Local band The Plastic Cherris play The Urban ...
Thu Mar 7 2024
KRCL's Women Who Rock Trivia Night
Sharpen your pencils and get ready for the ...
Fri Mar 8 2024
International Women's Day on KRCL
Friday, March 8 is International Women's Day ...
Sat Mar 9 2024
Downtown Salt Lake Winter Market
Urban Food Connections is committed to helping our ...
Tue Mar 12 2024
KRCL Presents: Arlo Parks at The Complex
Arlo Parks My Soft Machine Tour is coming ...
Thu Mar 14 2024
KRCL's Music Meets Movies: Who Took the Bomp? Le Tigre On Tour
In celebration of Women’s history month, KRCL ...
Sat Mar 16 2024
Downtown Salt Lake Winter Market
Urban Food Connections is committed to helping our ...
Tue Mar 19 2024
KRCL Presents: Dawes and Lucius The Tag Team Tour
Dawes and Lucius are out on tour. Not ...
Women's History Month Essential Artist: Joni Mitchell

Women's History Month Essential Artist: Joni Mitchell

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Women Who Rock: Trivia Night on Thurs, March 7

Women Who Rock: Trivia Night on Thurs, March 7

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Trivia, Takeovers, Movies and More / Women's History Month on KRCL

Trivia, Takeovers, Movies and More / Women's History Month on KRCL

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Talanoa Mental Health Expert Discusses Finding Purpose Through Self-Awareness + Healing

Talanoa Mental Health Expert Discusses Finding Purpose Through Self-Awareness + Healing

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How Do I Find KRCL?

How Do I Find KRCL?

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Volunteer for Spring Radiothon!

Volunteer for Spring Radiothon!

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Ogden Music Festival Announces Line Up

Ogden Music Festival Announces Line Up

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Ready to Play on the Radio?

Ready to Play on the Radio?

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KRCL PRESENTS
Listen to RadioACTive weeknights at 6pm

Listen to RadioACTive weeknights at 6pm

Plug into your community weeknights at 6 to hear from grassroots activists, community builders, punk rock farmers, and DIY makers and musicians. Does that sound like you or somebody you know? Tell us all about it in an email, radioactive@krcl.org. To listen to past shows, click here. Next time on RadioACTive:

Monday, Feb. 26: Amos Guiora and Anna Hall on the UoU’s new Alexander Zeev Guiora Bystander Initiative Award, an annual honor recognizing a student who works for and demonstrates a profound commitment to the Bystander Initiative. Plus, Momivate creates a new way for Moms to connect, League of Women Voters of Utah on the last week of the Utah Legislature, and Hinckley Institute's Morgan Lyon Cotti on ways to caucus.

Tuesday, Feb. 27: Shelter Animals Count’s Temma Martin is back with the latest data on animal welfare locally and nationally. Angel Paws shines a light on a fur baby or two in need of a forever home. Plus, Craft Lake City previews LetterWest, its annual conference for people who love hand lettering, and National Veterans Golden  Age Games.

Wednesday, Feb. 28: UPDATE: With Mitch McConnell giving up his leadership position in the U.S. Senate, we've added Pulitzer-nominated author Ira Shapiro to tonight' show. Press Freedom Foundation’s Seth Stearn on the disturbing indictment against well-known journalist Tim Burke. Palak Jayswal, culture and music reporter for The Salt Lake Tribune, on three plays to catch. And local skater Allison Merges shares her pathway to Disney On Ice.

Thursday, Feb. 29:  RadioACTive the Talanoa Way, with Stephanie Mahina. Tune in as she talks story and dives deep into Utah’s Pasifika community. This week we have the Celia Moleni of Manaaki Mental Health as she shares the importance of self awareness, especially in our Pasifika communities.Then musical artist MS. Communic8ted is stopping by to share her musical talents and then we sit down with Director, Cam Houston.

Friday, March 1: More true tales of the agrihood on a Punk Rock Farmer Friday edition of RadioACTive, featuring James Skeet of Spirit Farm in New Mexico on a “soil to soul awakening.” Plus, Red Acre Center with one last #smallag report from Utah’s Capitol Hill, SkyWatcher Leo T’s Many Cultures One Sky report, and homegrown music from Head Portals.