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Sat Feb 13 2016
Winter Market
The Downtown Farmers Market moves indoors for the ...
Sun Feb 14 2016
The Infamous Stringdusters with guests Mandolin Orange
KRCL is pleased to present The Infamous Stringdusters ...
Tue Feb 16 2016
Tue Feb 16 2016
Writing for Change: SLCC Writing and Social Justice Conference
How can writing activate a reader’s moral ...
Tue Feb 16 2016
Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour
Are you ready for an adventure? The Banff ...
Tue Feb 16 2016
G. Love & Special Sauce
G. Love and Special Sauce are touring in ...
Wed Feb 17 2016
Ethics in Crises and Disasters
Come hear Lina Svedin, Professor, Political Science and ...
Wed Feb 17 2016
Diane Coffee
KRCL presents Diane Coffee with Creature Double Feature ...
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KRCL voted 'Best Public Radio Station' in City Weekly's Best of Utah 2015

KRCL voted 'Best Public Radio Station' in City Weekly's Best of Utah 2015

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RadioActive: Feb. 11, 2016

RadioActive: Feb. 11, 2016

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KRCL PRESENTS
Get RadioActive - Weeknights at 6 p.m.

Get RadioActive - Weeknights at 6 p.m.

RadioActive, KRCL's independent community affairs show for the local and global community builder. Featuring nightly updates on the Utah Legislature from the League of Women Voters of Utah and others watching lawmakers conduct the People's Business.

Friday, February 12: Al Grossi, KRCL's Punk Rock Farmer, is back as community co-host with me. We’ll talk with Marybeth Janerich from Wasatch Community Gardens about spring planting; Grace Henley, International Rescue Committee, will be here to share the launch of Generation Rescue SLC; and live music from Michelle Moonshine.

Monday, February 15: A President's Day edition of RadioActive with Sean Crossland and Dr. David Derezotes of The Radical Middle. Guests: TBD.

Tuesday, February 16: Lara Jones is joined by co-host and Lance Allred to talk education and politics. Guest: Senators Jim Dabakis (D-Salt Lake County) and Todd Weiler (R-Davis/SL Counties), and Moe Hickey, past president of the Park City School Board. Allred is host of #culturejock, a podcast partner of KRCL.

Wednesday, February 17: Nick Burns is back behind the mic to talk about interfaith month with guests, including Paulette Stevens of Life Story Library Foundation and The Story Well, a podcast partner of KRCL.

Thursday, February 18: Community co-host Billy Palmer and Lara Jones start a conversation about the intersection of #BlackLivesMatter and #WhitePrivilege. Guests TBA.

If you have an idea -- guest, topic, something new -- for RadioActive, send an email to radioactive@krcl.org.

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