Friday, May 26: Punk Rock Farmer Friday with Aldine and Lara Jones. Urban Farm Report: Petersen Family Farm and USU fruit tree update. City Weekly’s summer guide with Editor Enrique Limón. Live music: Salt Lake City’s own Hectic Hobo, set to release a new album in June.
Monday, May 29: A Memorial Day edition of RadioActive, featuring Not a War Story’s Jarred Taylor and Purple Heart and Bronze Star recipient Mary Dagues. They did not meet during their military service, but they did take down zombies. Plus, resources for veterans.
Tuesday, May 30: Equality Utah’s Troy Williams with a pre-Pride state of community update. We’ll introduce you Represent Me Utah and the Fair Redistricting Caucus of Utah, two groups getting involved in redistricting fairness issues. And this year’s ACLU of Utah scholarship winners, Jessica Rodriguez and Yearmin de Leon, who have big plans to change the world.
Wednesday, May 31: We say goodbye to RadioActive intern Isabella Sabala with the story of Chauncy, a whiteboard drawing that came close to being a real boy. Plus, The Bee’s Giuliana Serena brings us the birth of Ann Pack from the storytelling event’s archives.
Friday, June 2: Punk Rock Farmer Friday on RadioActive always features folks getting their hands dirty in the garden or playing music around town. This Friday, KRCL original disc jockey Michael G. Kavanagh shares stories of SLC’s rock-n-roll heyday in anticipation of the forthcoming KUED documentary Lagoon: Rock and Rollercoasters. Got a suggestion? Send an email to email@example.com.LEARN MORE