Join KRCL at Brewvies Cinema Pub for Music Meets Movies on Thursday, November 14th for a special screening of “Beware of Mr. Baker”, a film about Cream and Blind Faith’s hell-raising drummer, Ginger Baker. A no-holds-barred, sad, and hilarious portrait of the man referred to as rock’s first great drummer (and perhaps still its best). Winner of the 2012 Grand Jury prize for best documentary at SXSW. Click here to view the trailer.
Thursday Nov. 14th at Brewvies Cinema Pub, 21 and over only
Tickets go on sale at 7:00pm, the film starts at 8:00pm.
Bring your KRCL member card for 2 for 1 entry.
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If you need to get rid of your car, truck, motorcycle or boat – we’ll take it! We’ll turn it into cash for KRCL and you will get a tax deduction. The call takes just five minutes, and the Center for Car Donations will process all the paperwork and come pick up the vehicle – whether it’s running or not. Call this toll-free number (877) 411 3662 and tell them you want to contribute your vehicle to KRCL.
Mickey Raphael and Brad Wheeler talk about Sidemen on this great guest DJ feature that originally aired on KRCL 8/29/2013
by Troy Williams
The Affordable Care Act is kicking in but what the heck does it all mean for you? Nick welcomes back Judi Hilman from ARCHES Health Plan, a new Utah based health insurance cooperative. They discuss the ins and outs of the new law and provide resources for average folks to navigate their new healthcare options.
In an effort to combat the rising drug and alcohol addiction problem in our community, several mental and public health organizations collaborated to start USARA. Though their original responsibility was to plan Recovery Day activities, their advocacy work has expanded. The Recovery Center is a space to find solutions that go beyond treatment programs – which aren’t a financial possibility for everyone – and to get personal support if your loved ones are battling addiction.
Although Salt Lake City doesn’t yet have a strong boxing culture, the introduction of this youth enrichment program might be the beginning of a tradition. Promise South Salt Lake – an initiative to invigorate that community has made promises for the success and well-being of local children, and the PAL boxing program provides structure, discipline, and encouragement for those who need it most.
Surprisingly, The Beehive hasn’t featured its namesake until now! But we couldn’t wait any longer. These insects, and the living structures they build are crucial to our environmental health – especially the food supply. The Wasatch Beekeepers Association is an organization of people that encourages a hive in every backyard, providing community, education and support for newcomers and old hands alike.