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Tue Jul 5 2022
KRCL Presents: Ty Segall & Freedom Band at Metro Music Hall
Ty Segall and Freedom Bandwith William Tylerat Metro ...
Tue Jul 5 2022
Regina Spektor at Sandy Amphitheater
Limited tickets available for Regina Spektor at Sandy ...
Sat Jul 9 2022
Downtown Salt Lake Farmers Market
 The Downtown Farmers Market is proud to enter ...
Sat Jul 9 2022
45th Annual Utah Asian Festival
The Utah Asian Festival is the premiere Asian ...
Mon Jul 11 2022
The Black Keys with Band of Horses to USANA Amphitheater
The Black Keys are out on the Dropout ...
Thu Jul 14 2022
Rainbow Kitten Surprise, Houndmouth, Dad Bod
2022 TWILIGHT CONCERT SERIES     Tickets at   https://saltlakearts ...
Wed Jul 20 2022
The Lumineers: Brightside World Tour
The Lumineers bring their Brightside World Tour to ...
Thu Jul 28 2022
Liberty Park Market
The Downtown Farmers Market is proud to be ...
KRCL In The Wild

KRCL In The Wild

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Seeking Albums and CDs for KRCL's Annual Record Sale

Seeking Albums and CDs for KRCL's Annual Record Sale

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KRCL's Music Meets Movies & The Utah Film Center Present: Summer of Soul (...Or When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

KRCL's Music Meets Movies & The Utah Film Center Present: Summer of Soul (...Or When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

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RadioACTive 06.30.22

RadioACTive 06.30.22

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KRCL PRESENTS
Get RadioActive - Weeknights at 6 p.m.

Get RadioActive - Weeknights at 6 p.m.

RadioACTive plugs you into Utah’s grassroots activists, community builders, punk rock farmers and DIY creatives weeknights at 6. Got an idea for the show? Email it to radioactive@krcl.org.

Monday, June 27: With Roe v. Wade no longer the law of the land, RadioACTive checks in with Planned Parenthood Association of Utah President and CEO Karrie Galloway and Lyla Mahmoud, Legislative & Policy Counsel at the ACLU Utah. Plus, the right to remain silent and a SCOTUS decision on Miranda with UoU Prof. Amos Guiora, co-author of Five Words that Changed America: Miranda v. Arizona and The Right to Remain Silent.

Tuesday, June 28: On Primary Election Day, RadioACTive Intern Diego Bradley takes over the show for a youth perspective on politics and civic engagement with UCCD's Young Diplomats. Plus, Kearns Youth Council takes the lead in their community.

Wednesday, June 29: Water judges and the Great Salt Lake with SL Tribune Reporter Saige Miller. The Spiral Jetty as climate change symbol with the Tribune’s Palak Jayswal. Plus, Hart Theatre Co.’s production of The Wild Party is ready to hit the boards.

Thursday, June 30: RadioACTive entertainment correspondent Autumn Thatcher reviews Like a Rolling Stone, the Life and Times of Ben Fong-Torres. Including an interview with the legendary and first RS music editor. The American-born son of Chinese immigrants, Ben grew up in Chinatown with only a radio to the outside world. He became a voice of a generation that changed America forever.   

Friday, July 1: Aldine, KRCL’s Punk Rock Farmer, and Lara bring you more true tales of the agrihood with Cynthia Bee of Conservation Garden Park. Proof of pomegranates in Zion with Erin Alberty of Axios SLC. Skywatcher Leo T. Plus, homegrown music from Nick Passey & Aria Darling.

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