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Something new and exciting is happening at Tracy Aviary! KRCL has partnered with Tracy Aviary for
Singing with the Birds: Second Sunday Music Series!
Noon – 2pm on the Second Sunday of every month this summer! Bring a blanket, a picnic, and join us this Sunday, August 10th, with local artists Duncan Phillips with Aaron Rashaw at noon, and Daniel Weldon at 1:30.
These summer concerts are free with admission — which means Tracy Aviary members get in free, and KRCL members receive 2-for-1 admission with their KRCL member card!
Congratulations to KRCL’s Bumbershoot Seattle Trip winner…
Shhh! GUILTY PLEASURES…songs you love so much…you know you shouldn’t! Coming to Rev. Bad Brad Wheeler’s afternoon show starting September 2nd.
Call the KRCL Confessional Hotline 801-382-9126 and tell us your name, what you do for a living, the song you love and why. Include your phone number too, in case Rev. Wheeler needs to be in touch.
Call 801-382-9126, and listen weekday afternoons at 3:50 beginning September 2nd!
Mike Evans from Bluegrass Express and Mark Cantor from Fret N’ Fiddle will MC. Admission is free. BBQ will be available for purchase. For more information, please visit http://nhmu.utah.edu/events/bluegrass-and-bbq-night.
It’s getting close to KRCL’s Annual CD & Record Sale. Donate your gently used vinyl, cd’s, cassette tapes, and 8-tracks! Bring them down to the station at 1971 W North Temple M-F 9am to 5pm. Thanks!
You can find information about the songs you’ve heard on KRCL at nowplayingonkrcl.tumblr.org. The most recent show will pop right up, and you can search the archives by clicking the button that looks like a file cabinet at the top of the page. Stay tuned for some great playlist features that are right around the corner.
by Nick Burns,
Two former attorney generals, 23 felony counts and the largest political scandal in Utah history. Nick Burns welcomes Salt Lake Tribune investigative reporters Robert Gehrke and Tom Harvey to unpack the history and the charges . At the heart of the scandal is a “pay to play” culture that allegedly included bribes, gifts, and the exchange of campaign contributions for special consideration. Both Swallow and Shurtleff maintain their innocence.
by Troy Williams
What the heck is Tar/Oil Sands? Some see it as a sensible fuel option, others an environmental disaster waiting to happen. Nick Burns hosts a debate between Cody Stewart, energy adviser for the Utah Department of Energy and Rob Deluc, staff attorney from Western Resources Advocates. The two spar over the proposed mining of PR Springs by US Oil Sands, which will be the first Tar Sands mining in the United States. We discuss the potential impact on wildlife habitat, drinking water, and the feasibility of post-mining land reclamation.
by Troy Williams
My rights versus yours. In the landmark Hobby Lobby case, the Supreme Court of the United States has now ruled that your employer’s deeply held religious beliefs can limit your access to birth-control. What happens when religious liberty collides with a woman’s liberty to control her reproductive health? And how might the Hobby Lobby decision have an adverse impact on LGBT liberty? To discuss these questions, Nick Burns welcomes back Heather Stringfellow from Planned Parenthood of Utah and Maryann Martindale from the Alliance for a Better Utah.