RadioACTive 01.17.23

  • January 17, 2023
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Roundtable Tuesday talks Little Satchmo with Black, Bold and Brilliant, 'Say Abortion' zine launch with Planned Parenthood Action Council of Utah, and the start of sugar-free February challenge with Dr. Mike Jaffe. Plus, Sundance and Ballpark updates.

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

Earlier today, the Larry H. Miller Company announced it would be moving the Salt Lake Bees from Smith Ballpark to a new stadium at Daybreak, leaving the fate of Smith's Ballpark at 1300 S. West Temple, SLC, up in the air. RadioACTive shared a clip of SLC Mayor Mendenhall, who announced the Ballpark Next Design Competition to create a new vision for the more than 13-acre site.

  • SUBMIT IDEAS: The Ballpark NEXT Design Competition application window will begin on Tuesday, January 17, 2023 and will be open for 60 days, closing on Friday, March 17, 2023 at midnight MST. No application submissions will be accepted after this date and time. Winners may be announced in May. SLC will accept concept proposals from residents, post-secondary students, and development professionals. Submitted ideas may inform and inspire the next steps of the City’s development of these properties, and you might even win a prize! For more details, visit

  • WATCH: SLC Mayor Mendenhall press conference about Ballpark Next in the wake of today's announcement that the Salt Lake Bees will leave for a new stadium in Daybreak after the 2024 season. 

Risshan Leak, Russell Roots and Aja Washington of Black, Bold & Brilliant, which will screen Little Satchmo for Black History Month.

KRCL's Sundance in 60 Correspondent Eric P. Nelson, with an update on live music and locals only at Sundance Film Festival. The festival is returning to in-person screenings, but there are many online options, too. For details and tickets, visit

Annabel Sheinberg of Planned Parenthood Action Council of Utah, a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization formed as the advocacy and political arm of Planned Parenthood Association of Utah. PPAC engages in educational and electoral activity including legislative advocacy, voter education, and grassroots organizing to promote reproductive freedom.

  • Jan. 19: Say Abortion Zine Release, 4:30-7:30 p.m. at Publik Coffee Roasters, 975 S. West Temple, SLC. Event by Planned Parenthood Action Council of Utah: "A night of community care & learning as we continue to center people who have abortions. To commemorate what would've been the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade – the case that had recognized the federal constitutional right to abortion in 1973, Planned Parenthood Action Council of Utah invites The Hive to join us for the release of our zine, Say Abortion: Stories from Utahns Who've Had Abortions.

    At the release party, we will continue our mutual aid efforts by assembling Abortion Care Kits that will be distributed to people in our community who are accessing abortion care. At 6 pm, we'll also collectively tune into the League of Women Voters' webinar with researcher Diana Greene Foster, PhD, author of The Turnaway Study: The Cost of Denying Women Access to Abortion."

  • Wednesdays, Jan. 18-March 1: PPAC Utah’s Digital Advocacy Nights, 7:00 p.m. “Each week we will discuss a new bill, learn about a new call to action and receive hands-on experience using the digital organizing tool, Impactive. Together, we can spread the word about what is happening on the hill and prepare to act.” To learn more and sign up, visit   

  • PPAC UTAH ACTION ALERT: H.J.R. 2 -- Joint Resolution Amending Rules of Civil Procedure on Injunctions (Rep. Brammer, B.). To be heard Jan. 18, 2023, during House Judiciary Committee, which starts at 2:00 p.m. in Rm 110 of Senate Building. Click here for meeting agenda. Members of the public attending a meeting must abide by legislative committee meeting rules of decorum. Members of the public may participate in the meeting remotely by visiting the committee's webpage at to access the live-streaming options.

Ready to eat healthier? RadioACTive starts its annual sugar-free February challenge with Dr. Mike Jaffe

  • READ: NYT A Month Without Sugar

  • READ: NYT How to Stop Eating Sugar

  • SMOOTHIE: Suggested ingredients from Dr. Jaffe for a green smoothie included greens (kale, chard, spinach), frozen peas, omega 3s (flax/chia seed, walnuts, hemp), frozen fruit (bananas, berries, mangos), caco powder, vanilla extract, matcha tea. Mix to taste! Tune in next Tuesday as we discuss the 10-day stretch to get you started. And send your ideas or questions to, with Sugar Free February in the subject line.

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