#QuarantineCocktails gets a caffeine buzz with Alpha Coffee and City Weekly, Sor Juana Prize Call for Submissions. SLC Mayor Mendenhall on SLC's 'hot zips' and the equity failures laid bare by the COVID-19 crisis. #SaveUtahBiz with Silicon Slopes. Community Roundtable with Parent-Teachers.
#Quarantine Cocktails with:
Carl and Lori Churchill of Alpha Coffee, a husband-wife duo who whipped up for us a Viking: breve, butter, organic honey, sea salt, espresso.
Alpha Coffee is veteran-owned and gives back to the military by sending donated coffee to deployed warriors downrange. They also offer discounts to military, first responders, teachers and other folks who serve the community.
Check them out at their locations in Cottonwood Heights, West Jordan and soon on Regent Street in downtown SLC.
Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall talked about “hot zips” in SLC and what they say about equity, or the lack thereof, in our community. According to the latest data from the Salt Lake County Department of Health, the capital city is seeing the highest rate of COVID-19 in the 84116 (home to KRCL) and 84104 zip codes.
Clint Betts of Silicon Slopes on its #SaveUtahBiz campaign.
Click here for the Slope’s recent town hall on Strategies for Re-Opening Your Retail, Restaurant, or Service Business
Click here for the Slope’s Economic Impact Committee
Click here for the Slope’s TestUtah.com website to find out more about their COVID-19 testing options
Community Roundtable, featuring parents who juggle working from home and homeschooling their children.
Tamrika Khvtisiashvili, moderator
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Tonight's RadioACTive team included: