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Join 90.9fm KRCL and Discrete on Sunday, April 27th at
The Garage to honor all lift operators from across the state.
Food, music by DJ Bad Brad Wheeler and giveaways from KRCL and Discrete!
Everyone is welcome to join the party!
(21 and over only)
by Troy Williams
Marriage, Amendment 3 and gay adoptions. The State of Utah is deploying all of it’s resources to insure that LGBT families do not have access to the rights of marriage. As the fate of Amendment 3 works its way through the courts, real Utah families are caught in the crossfire. Troy welcomes human rights attorney Laura Milliken Gray and Kathy and Michelle, a married couple battling the state over the right to second parent adoption. We discuss the State’s efforts to block adoptions, the 10th Circuit Court and the fate of LGBT families in Utah.
by Troy Williams
NKUT has an impressive goal. They are determined to end the killing of cats and dogs in Utah animal shelters by the year 2019. Nick welcomes Temma Martins from Best Friends Animal Society and Cathy Clark from Friends of Animals Utah, to lay out how they will accomplish their mission.
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This month’s KRCL Music Meets Movies feature is “Festival Express”. What happened when Janis Joplin, the Band, and Buddy Guy lived together on a train for five straight days during the summer of 1970? History was made.