Eric Peterson of The Utah Investigative Journalism Project on his research into a series of cold case homicides in the late-70s. A call for public art ideas in the Fairpark neighborhood. Water World with KRCL's Jordy Clayton. A change at Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy. First Lady Abby Cox's call to Show Up for Summer Service.
Tonight's show features the following people, organizations and/or events. Check them out and get plugged into your community!
Renato Olmedo-González of the SLC Arts Council with a call for public art ideas on SLC's West Side.
500 North – Fairpark: SLC Arts want to hear from Fairpark neighborhood residents about your experiences, ideas, and hopes for a public art project on 500 North. Click on the link above to learn more about this site and future public artwork.
An iconic public artwork for the West Side: In support of Mayor Mendenhall’s 2023 Plan, the Arts Council will begin community engagement and site selection for an iconic West Side public art installation(s). Click on the link above to learn how you can help us honor the diverse perspectives, cultures, and identities that call the West Side home.
Water World with KRCL's Jordy Clayton, who by day is the Utah Snow Survey Supervisor.
Felecia Maxfield-Barrett of the Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy
June 16: The Bellwether International Bridging the Religious D, 9a-3:30p at Little America, 500 S. Main St., SLC. Event by Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy: "Welcomes leading global experts to explore critical questions about what religious freedom means in Utah, the nation, and around the world." Free but registration required. For more details, such as speakers and program, visit: https://bit.ly/bridgingthereligiousdivide.
June 23: Utah Global Leaders Coffee Hour, 9:00-10:00 a.m. at Woodbine Food Hall, 545 W. 700 S., SLC. Event by Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy: "This free and caffeinated monthly gathering provides a supportive, inclusive space for nonprofit leaders to connect, work through business and nonprofit challenges, and identify opportunities. Who Should Attend: Any nonprofit leaders, social entrepreneurs, or those interested in becoming nonprofit leaders who believe your work is vital in addressing some of the world's most pressing issues, be that around the world or right here in Utah."
First Lady Abby Cox with a call to Show Up for Summer Service, a free family-friendly event Monday, June 5, at Electric Park, Thanksgiving Point, Lehi. "Are you looking for meaningful ways to spend summer with your family? Come find fun with a side of fulfillment at our free family service fair! Join Utah First Lady Abby Cox, connect with local non-profits & learn how you can make a difference in your community! Enjoy summer fun with food trucks, yard games, bounce houses, face painting, chalk artistry, epic giveaways & more! Admission is FREE, so come enjoy a summer evening with us!"
Eric Peterson of The Utah Investigative Journalism Project, which has just published an investigative report on a series of homicides of gay men and women in the late-70s in SLC.
READ: Who killed Doug Coleman? Mystery of gay man killed in 1978 still lingers. If you enjoyed this article and would like to support more reporting like it, you can make a tax-deductible donation by visiting utahinvestigative.org/donate.
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 or suggestions for the show? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: