RadioACTive: November 13, 2020

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True tales from the agrihood with Aldine, KRCL's Punk Rock Farmer, and folks from The Og-woi People's Orchard and Garden. #QuarantineCocktails returns with City Weekly and Piper Down. SKyWatcher Leo T's celestial sightings. Fresh, homegrown music from Rifamos.

Tonight's lineup:

Fresh, homegrown music from Rifamos, an instrumental group whose music aims to evoke the landscapes and cultures of the Arid West, the Southwest, and the West Coast. Members include Mitch Vice, John Pecorelli, James Bennett, and Grant Sperry.

  • Rifamos, the band's first, full-length album is now available on streaming services, with a limited pressing of old-fashioned compact-discs to come.

SkyWatcher Leo T filed another celestial report. Click here to check out more stories of many cultures, one sky.

#QuarantineCocktails returned with Pete Saltas of City Weekly and Dave Morris of Piper Down.

SkyWatcher Leo T filed another celestial report. Click here to check out more stories of many cultures, one sky.

Randy Irmis, chief curator and curator of paleontology at Natural History Museum of Utah, talked about next week’s Behind the Scenes Reimagined, which is going virtual with guest guide Ty Burrell.

  • Nov. 14-19: Behind the Scenes Reimagined, online. Hosted by Natural History Museum of Utah: “Join Ty in a five-part webcast event that will take you into each of NHMU’s collections to examine the treasures within and meet the experts entrusted with their care. With more than 1.6 million objects, and scientists conducting ongoing research daily, these collections are the foundation of NHMU and its world-famous galleries.”

Andrea Nelson of The Nature Conservancy in Utah on ¡Fiesta for Nature! Check out a week-long virtual festival free for all to enjoy from the comfort and safety of your home or personal device. Click here for the schedule of events, all taking place on Facebook, presented by Artes de México en UtahNatural History Museum of UtahThe Nature Conservancy in UtahTracy Aviary, and Utah Museum of Fine Arts.

Alison Einerson of the Downtown Winter Farmers Market at The Gateway, 18 N. Rio Grande St. SLC.

  • The first 50 people to check in at the market’s info table and provide their email address will get $10 in market cash courtesy of Shop In Utah, the COVID-19 Impacted Businesses Grant Program administered by the state of Utah.

  • The Winter Market at the Gateway will operate weekly from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm through April 17, 2021. It is an indoor, food-focused market and will feature many of the Winter Market vendors you have come to expect. 

  • Masks and social distancing will be REQUIRED. Click here to read about the COVID protocols put in place to keep the market safe for everyone. For the vendor map, click here.

Al's #UrbanFarmReport featured Tom King of The Og-woi People's Orchard and Garden, a community garden next to the Jordan River on the west side of SLC.

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:

  • Community Co-Host: Aldine, KRCL’s Punk Rock Farmer
  • Exec. Producer, Host:  Lara Jones
  • Assoc. Producer: Billy Palmer

 

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