RadioACTive: August 21, 2020

  • August 21, 2020
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Wrap up Utah Podcasts Week on RadioACTive with the virtual Urban Garden and Farm Tour from Wasatch Community Gardens and PBS Utah's Modern Gardener. Plus, homegrown music from SLUG Soundwaves and Light Up Locals with the SLC Arts Council.


Show notes:

Find MSKING on SpotifyFacebook and Instagram. The band's EP, Apathetic Sympathy, is now streaming on all platforms.

Subscribe to the biweekly SLUG Mag Soundwaves on Stitcher or Spotify

Light Up Locals fundraiser. The Salt Lake City Arts Council and S&S Presents are happy to announce the Twilight Concert Series fundraiser and virtual benefit concert, Light Up Locals, from Aug. 24-Sept. 25. The goal is to provide $500 emergency support relief funds to qualified musicians in Salt Lake City who have been impacted due to COVID-19. The fundraiser will launch on Monday, August 24 through Friday, September 25 via 24tix.com

  • The digital concert will be aired to donors at twilightconcerts.com and feature four local artists including Lord Vox, The National Parks, Marina Marqueza, and Joshy Soul. Tickets to the digital concert will begin at the same affordable Twilight Concert price of $10. Donation package options will be available and include Twilight products and gift certificates to local restaurants to complete the Twilight experience.

GOING ON NOW: 2020 Urban Garden & Farm Tour, a collaboration of Wasatch Community Gardens and PBS Utah's Modern Gardener. To see the videos of the urban gardens featured tonight, click here

  • Aug. 15-Sept. 15: 2020 Tomato Days Dine-Around

  • 2020 Tomato Sandwich Party To-Go: Due to coronavirus, Wasatch Community Gardens has put together a take home celebration to keep the party going this year. Purchase a To-Go box ($35) to help support Wasatch Community Gardens. Almost sold out, so click here to place your order now!

  • Tomato Days Dine-AroundSupport Wasatch Community Gardens in the most delicious way possible! Restaurants around town have come together to provide a tomato-themed dish that you can order. 30% of the proceeds from the purchase of the featured dish will go to support WCG's work to empower people of all ages and incomes to grow and eat healthy, organic, local food. Click here to see which restaurants are serving up the best tomatoes in town!

Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, 90.9fm KRCL. Tonight's RadioACTive team included:

  • Exec. Producer/Host: Lara Jones

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