Millcreek Common's Vinyl Revival, plus The Youth Artisan Entrepreneur Program and Wake The Great Salt Lake

  • March 26, 2024
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Radioactive hears about the Vinyl Revival at Millcreek Common, plus Salt Lake City's DIY fest talks The Youth Artisan Entrepreneur Program and we hear about Wake The Great Salt Lake Public Art Project

Tonight's show features the following people, organizations and/or events. Check them out and get plugged into your community!

Dj Shell Yeah was on to talk about the Sober Dance Party and Clothing Exchange put on by Queer and Sober SLC. 

  • March 30, 6-9PM at Fit to Recover, 1331 and 1335 Major Street Salt Lake City. Sober dance party featuring KRCL's host of Good Vibes, Shell Yeah. We'll be bringing the energy while we celebrate queerness and sobriety!

Holly Jensen of Millcreek City shares about the Vinyl Revival happening at Millcreek Common

  • March 25-April 6, 11am-9pm at Millcreek Common, 1354 E Chambers Ave, Millcreek. The pop-ups feature vinyl records and concert memorabilia for every fan including a listening lounge. On Saturday Spin-Offs, March 30 and April 6, live DJs will join the Vinyl Revival, and groups will offer additional special edition records.

Sarah Allen shared about Craft Lake City's Youth Artisan Entrepreneur Program which provides free, enriching afterschool arts instruction and mentoring for elementary and middle school kids in an afterschool setting, while teaching entrepreneurial skills. Their giving campaign will run from March 26 to 27. They have a goal of $4000, which will cover half the cost of running the program in June. You can support the program here

Connor Estes had the opportunity to interview Sunny Nisar, owner and founder of Curry Fried Chicken, which is a Halal certified restaurant in Salt Lake City located at 660 S. State Street. They talked about Sunny's observance of Ramadan, what inspired him to make fried chicken with curry spices, and how the restaurant plays a critical role in the community for breaking the fast of Ramadan each day. 

Andrew Shaw of the Salt Lake City Arts Council discusses the Wake The Great Salt Lake. Salt Lake City has been selected as one of eight winning cities across the country to receive $1 million as part of the Bloomberg Philanthropies Public Art Challenge. Throughout 2024 and 2025, Wake the Great Salt Lake will curate and commission temporary public art installations and experiences addressing the shrinking of Great Salt Lake.

  • April 16th: Call for Artists deadline for grant funds to seven to twelve (7–12) temporary public art projects originating in all seven Salt Lake City Council Districts.

Guests' views, thoughts, or opinions are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff, or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, KRCL 90.9fm. Questions, comments, suggestions for the show? Email Tonight's RadioACTive team included:

  • Production Assistant, Host: Connor Estes
  • Volunteer Host: Rishan Leak