Thank you to everyone who painted, performed and cheered on the Queens of Music Fest. If you missed the creation of these new works, they ...LEARN MORE
Monday, April 6: It’s National Poetry Month. RadioACTive checks in with poets Trish Hopkinson, Joel Long and Nancy Takacs. Braidan Weeks of Living the Circle of Life with an update on Utah tribes and COVID-19. Plus, the launch of #QuarantineCocktails with Salt Lake City Weekly.
Tuesday, April 7: With restrictions on public gatherings limiting local restaurants, bars and cafés to curbside pickup, RadioACTive convenes a roundtable to find out how some are faring. Guests include: Blue Plate Diner, Dick and Dixie’s Bar, Eva’s Bakery, Himalayan Kitchen, Publik Coffee Roasters, and Three Cups. Plus, DACA renewal in the age of coronavirus goes virtual.
Wednesday, April 8: The Trump administration’s new EPA rule will allow roughly 1 billion additional tons of carbon dioxide over the lifetime of cars compared to the previous standards. RadioACTive finds out more with Danielle Fugere, President of As You Sow.
Thursday, April 9: Changing the Narrative, a clear-eyed look at our circumstances, how we got here, and where we’re headed.
Friday, April 10: #PunkRockFarmerFriday, with Aldine, Punk Rock Farmer. Find out the virtual rules of spring plant sales with Wasatch Community Gardens and Green Phoenix Farm. Plus, homegrown music from Ogden’s Version Two.
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