RadioACTive: September 18, 2020

  • September 18, 2020
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The #PunkRockFarmer talks giant pumpkins, jams and jellies and more during his #UrbanFarmReport. Plus, SLFS Motor Cinema, World Water Monitoring Day, and homegrown music from Salt Lake Acting Co., The Boys Ranch and Municipal Ballet Co., ARC-Art for Recovery Community, The Waldron Bros. and JT Bevy.

Tonight's lineup:

Joshua Black of Salt Lake Acting Company, which yesterday announced its 49-3/4 season and a new digital shorts program. RadioACTive shared a clip of Online, which you can see/hear if you click here.

Sarah Longoria of Municipal Ballet CompanyClick here for tickets to Everything Is Going to Be OK, a surf rock ballet collaboration with The Boys Ranch, in the parking lot behind Urban Lounge in SLC tomorrow night. Just two show times — 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. — so get your tickets now! Oh, and maybe brush up on your Watusi.

KRCL Volunteer Holly Lammert zoomed in from the Jordan River to talk about World Water Monitoring Day in honor of the Clean Water Act and tomorrow's International Coastal Clean-up. Visit Rallies & Resources for fun activities along the Jordan River this weekend.

Barb Guy of Salt Lake Film Society, which has launched a Motor Cinema drive-in collaboration with Redman Movies & Stories. For a film schedule and tickets, click here.

Indigo Cook of ARC: Art for the Recovery Community and musician Jake JT Bevy, who will play the ARC digital music fest next weekend. Bevy's album, "My Surrender," drops today.

Al's #UrbanFarmReport, featuring:

Carly Gillespie of the Downtown SLC Farmers Market, which is back in business this weekend at Pioneer Park, 300 S. 300 W., SLC.

  • Shop in Utah: Due to grant funding, the market offers the first 250 people to visit its info booth $10 in market cash to spend with market vendors.  
  • Eat Local Challenge: Due to last week’s windstorm canceling several farmers markets last week, the challenge will now launch Sept. 26. 
  • Winter Market: Gillespie announced that the Winter Farmers Market will happen but at a new location: The Gateway. Stay tuned for details.

Marmalade Jam Fest founder Jack Winward, two-time festival winner Brenda Goodwin and board member Anna Zumwalt. MJF is a neighborhood fair celebrating the history of fruit trees in the Capitol Hill Neighborhood, commonly referred to as The Marmalade.

Clint Nash of the Utah Giant Pumpkin Growers

Homegrown music from Matthew Waldron of The Waldron Brothers, which will also place ARC: Art for the Recovery Community Livestream Concert later this month. Look for a new album from the band in October.

RadioACTive is a production of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah. Tonight's team included:

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