Show at Lighthouse Lounge in Ogden Utah! www.TaliaKeys.com $10 at the door Femme as Folk: Celebration of Women in Music all month long at Lighthouse
As part of our Black, Bold & Brilliant series, Utah Film Center, in partnership with KRCL is excited to announce our upcoming film screening and post-discussion of Into the Weeds: DeWayne “Lee” Johnson vs. Monsanto Company. Join us Wednesday, March 6th from 7-9 pm at The City Library in Downtown Salt Lake City. Can the most widely used weed killer cause cancer? Follow Lee Johnson's inspiring journey as he takes on the huge company Monsanto (now Bayer) in a gripping documentary. Johnson's case is the first of many in a legal battle involving thousands of people against Monsanto. Through interviews, trial clips, and news coverage, the film tracks this landmark case and explores the widespread use of the weed killer Roundup and its impact worldwide. We invite you to stay after the screening for a Black, Bold & Brilliant team post-film Q&A featuring Into the Weeds film director Jennifer Baichwal. Get your Free tickets at: https://utahfilmcenter.org/film/into-the-weeds-dewayne-lee-johnson-vs-monsanto-company/ Watch the film trailer at: https://youtu.be/RR3Zeu8Qdd4?feature=shared
In celebration of Women’s history month, KRCL’s Music Meets Movies is screening the 2010 concert film Who Took the Bomp? Le Tigre On Tour, following the feminist electro-pop punk trio, Le Tigre.
The documentary follows the iconic band on their final tour in 2005, as they travel the globe confronting sexism and homophobia in the music industry while tearing up the stage.
As if summoned out of need, Le Tigre reunited in 2022 and toured last year, still tearing up the stage and fighting the fight still as relevant today as it was two decades ago. Is new music on the horizon, we’ll have to wait and see.
Music Meets Movies
Who Took the Bomp! Le Tigre On Tour
Thurs, March 14th
Brewvies Cinema Pub in Salt Lake
Tickets $10 or 2-for-1 with a KRCL tshirt
(FREE for High Fidelity members!)
One screening only
Tickets at the Door 6:30 / Movie at 7:30
Ballet West’s sixth Choreographic Festival is bringing several international guest companies to the stage with new choreography and diverse Asian voices. A world premiere creation for Ballet West by the emerging choreographers Zhongjing Fang and Caili Quan, alongside new works by several visiting organizations for a memorable program of dance in the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center. Once again, audiences will see dancers and choreographers exploring their art form in intriguing and cutting-edge new creations. Tickets here: https://www.balletwest.org/events/detail/choreographicfest24