#QuarantineCocktails with City Weekly and Red Iguana, new music from Andrew Wiscombe, Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox with a COVID-19 update, Dr. Dave's reflections on fear, poetry from Nancy Takacs, #UrbanFarmReport with Wasatch Community Gardens, Green Phoenix Farm and Stagl Organics CSA
Lt. Governor Spencer J. Cox with an update on COVID-19 in Utah, including what farmers are dealing with.
#QuarantineCocktails with City Weekly’s John Saltas and Lucy Cardenas and Bill Coker of Red Iguana. The Home of Killer Mexican Food should reopen Red Iguana 2 for curbside pickup the week of April 20th. Check the stream to hear the secret ingredient in their jalapeño margarita!
Support local bars, restaurants and cafés — a vital part of the flavor of our community.
Utah Peace & Conflict Studies Director Dr. Dave of #TheRadicalMiddle, who wrapped his week-long reflection on coping with fear. Tonight, he shared the wisdom of Irvin Yalom who wrote Staring at the Sun: Overcoming the Terror of Death.
Book tip: Call a local bookseller and pick up a copy of Yalom’s book:
Ashley Patterson of Wasatch Community Gardens, which is taking its annual spring plant sale virtual on April 30th. Click here for WCG’s plant guide.
James Loomis of Green Phoenix Farm, where all the WCG plant starts are grown with the Green Team.
Shad Stagl of Stagl Organics, which still has shares available in its CSA. Click here for details. The 2020 season’s first pickup is Thursday, May 7th. Full, half and monthly shares available. Support urban farmers!
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Tonight's RadioACTive team included Lara Jones, Community Co-Host Aldine Strychnine, KRCL’s Punk Rock Farmer. Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff, volunteers or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, 90.9fm KRCL.