A Pride House opens in Logan. Genderbands grants. #QueerSundance. YWCA Utah Wishlist. Noon Year's Eve at NHMU. Live music from Talia Keys, rockin' the Christmas classics!
Live, homegrown music from Talia Keys — complete with a confetti finale! (Thanks, NHMU for the assist. To get the latest news, gigs and merch from Keys, visit taliakeys.com.
Autumn Thatcher, KRCL's Sundance 2020 correspondent, on queer voices at this year's film festival.
Looking for a way to give back this time of year? Check out this #RadioACTive audiogram featuring Amberlie Phillips of the YWCA Utah, which has strengthened the safety, health and well-being of Utah women and their families since 1906.
Paul Michael Maxfield of the Natural History Museum of Utah, which will throw an extra special Noon Year's Eve to count down to 2020. Guests can arrive early to explore the museum and enjoy games and live music, then join an anticipative countdown to a double explosion of confetti as they welcome in 2020... a little early (10a-1p). The Noon Year's Eve celebration and the museum’s current special exhibit, Nature All Around Us, are included with museum admission. Click here for tickets and save $2 per ticket when you purchase them online. http://bit.ly/37ZAaob
Pride in the North. RadioACTive talked with Logan Pride's Christa Cannell and Crista Sorenson, part of the team bringing a Pride House to Logan, and Ian Giles, chair of the Orem non-profit Genderbands, which earlier this year launched Utah’s first-ever trans pride festival.
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