The Island Wave Takes Over RadioActive with the Utah Falconz, Urban Farm Report with WVC Councilman Jacob Fitisemanu, Live Music with Kimo Watanabe, and More
Hosted by Lara Jones and Kamaile Tripp, tonight's RadioActive was a takover by The Island Wave, a KRCL podcast partner.
- Hiroko Jolley, owner of the Utah Falconz. The all-female, semi-pro football team are winners of the 2017 Independent Women's Football League Championship (two years running!)
- Team tryouts 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 30, at Cottonwood High School, 5715 S. 1300 E., Murray
- Susi Feltch-Malohifo'ou, Pacific Island Knowledge 2 Action Resources (PIK2AR), which advocates for violence prevention, economic development and promote and preserve the Pacific Island culture through the Annual Utah Pacific Island Heritage Month and the Utah Pacific Island Film Series.
- Urban Farm Report with Jacob Fitisemanu, recently elected to the West Valley City Council. He's growing taro root and other vegetables native to the Pacific Islands here in Utah.
- Karen Toutai and Shaina Lavatai, owners of InspireUP
- Live music with Kimo Watanabe. Check out his album Ka Noho 'Ana.