RadioACTive: May 19, 2020

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#QuarantineCocktails with City Weekly and Arempa's. Stormie Perdash, mask-maker and Miss Shoshone-Bannock 2019-20. Better Utah's Legislative Progress Report on Strong Communities, Equal Rights, Good Government, and Sustainable Future. We Got the Laughs, but not Saturday's Voyeur -- Salt Lake Acting Co. issues a call for submissions. Rock Camp SLC Virtual Music Fest

Tonight's lineup:

#Quarantine Cocktails with:

  • John Saltas of Salt Lake City Weekly, Utah's independent newspaper for 35 years and counting. Click here to read the latest issue.
  • Mixologist Erick Pernia of Arempa's, 350 S. State St., SLC. Venezuelan cuisine. Open for takeout/curbside or dine-in. Click here to check out their menu, including the patacon, a fried plantain sandwich Pernia mentioned.

Maker of Masks: Stormie Perdash, Miss Shoshone-Bannock 2019-20, has turned from ribbon skirts to making face masks for her fellow tribe members. But word is out, and she’ll make one for you, too. Click here to order.

Erin Kleven of Rock Camp SLC, which will host a Virtual Music Festival this Friday and Saturday on Facebook Live. Donations are encouraged to support Rock Camp's programs.

Think you’re funny? Time to prove it. Josh Black of Salt Lake Acting Company issued a call for submissions for "We've Got The Laughs," a digital short series to feature the cast of SLAC’s now-sidelined Saturday's Voyeur cast. 

  • We Got the Laughs is a 10-part, weekly entertainment series to be released via SLAC’s blog and social channels. These comedic shorts (1 to 3 1/2 minutes in length) are intended to uplift, entertain, and most importantly, provide much needed laughter to our community. The best part? They’re opening up script submissions to the public. Click here for details. Authors of the entries chosen to be fully produced by Salt Lake Acting Company will receive a stipend of $500.

Lauren Simpson of Alliance for a Better Utah, which recently published its annual Progress Report for the 2020 General Legislative Session. This year, lawmakers were graded for their votes on 54 important bills organized into four categories: Strong Communities, Equal Rights, Good Government, and Sustainable Future. All 104 legislators received overall grades, as well as grades in each of the four categories. 

Thirty of Utah’s clean energy and energy efficiency businesses and local governments joined Utah Clean Energy in a joint letter to Utah’s congressional leaders, calling for critical investment in our clean energy economy. RadioACTive Community Correspondent Tamrika Khvtisiashvili led a roundtable discussion on the issues with the following panelists:

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
  • Community Co-Host: Amy Dominguez, Tamrika Khvtisiashvili
  • Assoc. Producer: Billy Palmer

 

 

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