Live Music with Early Successional, Prison Libraries with Stephen Dark, Urban Farm Report with Mick Huerta and his South American Chile Seeds, SLC Seed Swap Saved
Hosted by Lara Jones and Aldine, KRCL’s Punk Rock Farmer, tonight's show featured:
Live music with Early Successional, which describes its sound as folk/queericana. If you know Sabra, Hillary and Tamarra, you might be on the guest list for their next private party. Otherwise, you'll have to wait til March 22 when they play Lighthouse Lounge for Ogden Unplugged.
Freelance journalist Stephen Dark on his latest story, Why prison libraries matter for inmates, jailers and book donors, published today in the Deseret News. Got a news tip for Dark, send an email to email@example.com.
Al's Urban Farm Report, with:
Amy Hutto of the 9th West Farmers Market with news of this year's Seed Swap. Thanks to a RadioActive listener, the swap will still go on, Saturday, Feb. 3, from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at Raintight Roofing, 660 N. 300 W., SLC.
Mick Huerta, a former Utahn who has written about his love of South American food, culture and travel in several books, including Salsa! The Sauces of South America and HotList South America: HotSpots and the Top Intriguing Best Not To Be Missed. Huerta, who now splits the year between the Amazon and Andes, talked about chile seeds, finding the "mother chile," and how other cultures have adopted it as their own over the last 500 years.
Mick said he will share his collection of South American chile seeds at the Seed Swap on Feb. 3!