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Sat Aug 19 2017
Sat Aug 19 2017
Third Saturday for Families at UMFA
Third Saturdays for Families | Chinese Fans. This event ...
Sat Aug 19 2017
Bluegrass Saturday Night
FREE Concert at The Gallivan Center! Featuring the ...
Sat Aug 19 2017
Third Saturday Contra Dance
Lively music by one of our great local ...
Tue Aug 22 2017
Rhythms at Riverside: Westward
Every other Tuesday night this summer, The City ...
Wed Aug 23 2017
KRCL/NHMU Bluegrass & BBQ Concert Series
Stop by the Museum on August 23, pick ...
Wed Aug 23 2017
Our Two Hands: Eco-Angler Documentary Premiere
The new documentary film, Our Two Hands, by ...
Wed Aug 23 2017
Downtown Library Rooftop Concert Series
The Salt Lake City Library plays host to ...
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RadioActive: August 18, 2017

RadioActive: August 18, 2017

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Get RadioActive - Weeknights at 6 p.m.

Get RadioActive - Weeknights at 6 p.m.

Love where you live with RadioActive, weeknights at 6 p.m. on 90.9fm KRCL. Listen on demand with the KRCL Public Radio mobile app for iTunes and Android  

Friday, August 18: Gear up for next week’s solar eclipse with NASA Solar System Ambassador Patrick Wiggins. Plus, Aldine’s Urban Farm Report, Vikings, and live music from Otter Creek.

Monday, August 21: The sisters behind Las Hermanas Iglesias, who will be in town for the reopening of the Utah Museum of Fine Art. Find out why they create artworks that disrupt borders, engage absurdity, and promote the benefits of working together. Plus, the League of Women Voters of Utah, and 15 years of the Utah Film Center with founder Geralyn Dreyfous. Hosts: Ma Black and Lara Jones.

Tuesday, August 22: What is antifa? Tune in to hear from local participants in a movement that says it’s ready to standup to neo-fascists and return violence, if need be. Hosts: Noor Ul-Hasan and Lara Jones.

Wednesday, August 23: Science on Tap with Jacob Hummel, a computational astrophysics PhD and data scientist. Plus, ways that the arts benefit education and the economy in Utah. Hosts: Nick Burns and Lara Jones.

Thursday, August 24: Reaction to the anticipated announcement from Interior Secretary Zinke about #BearsEars and other national monuments under review by the Trump Administration. Plus, Crossroads Urban Center’s Annual Poverty Summit. Hosts: Billy Palmer and Lara Jones.

Friday, August 25: In support of Utah Pacific Island Heritage Month, The Island Wave podcast takes over RadioActive. Host Kamaile Tripp talks with PIK2AR’s Susi Feltch-Malohifo'ou, Hiroko Jolley of the Utah Falconz, fitness guru Karen Sime-Ioutai, DIY gardner Jacob Fitisemanu, Lita and Vea Ofa of Pioneer Rugby 7’s, and live music from Kim Watanabe.

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