RadioACTive 08.26.22

  • August 26, 2022
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Punk Rock Farmer Friday, featuring #whatsfresh with Aldine and Borski Farms, Ute ethnobotany and land stewardship with KRCL's new executive director, Best of Utah with City Weekly, a sneak peek at this year's Greek Festival, Skywatcher Leo T, and fresh, homegrown music from No Shooting Friends, Joseph.

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

Fresh, homegrown music from No Shooting Friends, Joseph, featuring two songs off their new EP, The Anchor. Like what you hear? See No Shooting Friends, Joseph live tomorrow night at Ogden's Funk 'n Dive Bar. Starts at 9:00 p.m. Cover just $5 at the door.

#ManyCulturesOneSky with SkyWatcher Leo T, a RadioACTive volunteer-contributor who shares his love for the night sky and cultural tales of the constellations during #PunkRockFarmerFridays. Tonight: the upcoming launch of NASA's Artemis Mega Moon Rocket!

John Saltas of Salt Lake City Weekly, Utah's independent newspaper for 35 years and counting. 

  • VOTE: City Weekly's Best of Utah 2022. Vote in any or all categories through September 19th MDT! You must vote in a minimum of 10 categories to validate your ballot. You can continue voting until the ballot deadline, including for write-in votes, but votes are locked-in and cannot be changed after 15 minutes. Choose wisely and vote for the BEST — which we hope you'll agree includes KRCL and RadioACTive!

The 46th annual Greek Festival is just around the corner at Holy Trinity in downtown SLC. RadioACTive got a sneak peek with George Karahalios, festival chairman.

  • GO: Salt Lake City Greek Festival, Sept. 9-11 at 279 S. 300 W., SLC. Event by Holy Trinity Cathedral: "The Salt Lake Greek Festival is the 2nd largest cultural festival in Utah and the largest Greek Festival West of the Mississippi.  Experience Hellenism and Orthodoxy as we showcase our delicious food, spectacular dancers, hospitality and our Orthodox faith through beautifully guided tours of our amazing Cathedral and museum. So, as we say in Greek, Kalos-orisate (welcome,) and Kali-dia-ske-tha-si, (have a great visit.) Let the fun begin. OPA." Admission: $3, free with student ID. Children 5 and under free. Only Service Dogs Allowed. Wheelchair accessible. Come hungry! Click here for menu.

What's Fresh with Aldine, KRCL's Punk Rock Farmer. Featuring John Borski of Borski Farms, Kaysville — one of the originators of the Downtown SLC Farmers Market.

KRCL's new Executive Director, Gavin Dahl, is a news pro, so we shared a recent interview he did while at KVNF in Colorado. At a special event last month at the Ute Indian Museum in Montrose, Dahl spoke about Ute ethnobotany and land stewardship with:

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. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: