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On Thursday, March 26, Love Utah Give Utah will raise money for nonprofits and schools through a single online donation platform, providing a simple way to connect donors to charitable causes.
This 24-hour online fundraising effort, hosted by the Community Foundation of Utah, will offer hundreds of nonprofits the opportunity to raise millions of dollars. Schedule your donation today for KRCL and your other favorite nonprofits at loveutgiveut.razoo.com.
The R.O.I. brings you stories of people, non-profits and businesses who create a positive return on investment in the community. Pete Earley is a journalist-turned-advocate after his son was diagnosed with a mental illness. As his son’s condition spiraled, Pete turned to doctors and even the police for help, but quickly found out that the health care and criminal justice systems in this country are broken when it comes to dealing with the mentally ill. Earley applied his journalistic skills to the issue, which resulted in a Pulitzer prize nominatination for his book Crazy: A Father’s Search Through America’s Mental Health Madness. NAMI Utah invited him to the Beehive State earlier this year to share his findings – which aren’t that different from what he’s found in Utah.
Pete Earley was in Utah recently as a guest of NAMI Utah, which will host the 7th annual rally FOR ADDICTION AND MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY at the Capitol Friday, March 6. It starts with a walk to remember on the south side of the people’s house at 11 a.m. NAMI Utah also will hold its 2nd annual Re-Framing Mental Illness spring fundraiser dinner Friday, March 13.
More Pete Earley:
NAMI Utah’s Evening with Pete Earley (January 27, 2015, at Rowland Hall):
Join KRCL on Thursday, March 12 at Brewvies Cinema Pub for The 78 Project. The movie follows two filmmakers as they travel cross-country, armed with a vintage microphone, an authentic 1930s Presto direct-to-acetate disc recorder, and blank 78-rpm lacquer discs to capture performances by contemporary artists of public-domain songs in a single take, inspired by the “field recording” style of such ethnomusicologists as Alan Lomax. Along the way, the filmmakers also visit various music experts, who offer a history of the recording industry and glimpses into the vaults that contain America’s rarest records.
The 78 Project, Thursday, March 12 @ Brewvies
Tickets at 6pm. Movie at 7pm and 9pm
Bring your KRCL membercard and get 2 for 1 entry
Following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. on April 4, 1968, there were widespread riots throughout cities in America. The Night James Brown Saved Boston details the story of how James Brown and producers at WGBH helped to keep potential riots at bay in Boston by holding a concert and broadcasting it live on TV in an attempt to keep people at home, glued to their sets watching the Godfather of Soul perform. When the concert ended, WGBH played it again, and again.
Join us on Thursday, Feb 12th Brewvies Cinema Pub for The Night James Brown Saved Boston, a film by David Leaf that documents that remarkable concert and the politics around it.
Tickets at 6pm – Screenings at 7pm and 9pm. Bring your KRCL member card for 2 for 1 entry.
view the trailer here
Today’s the day BEFORE Valentine’s Day! Please do your grocery and Valentine’s Day shopping at Whole Foods Market on Highland Drive in Cottonwood Heights today…5% of the day goes to KRCL!
KRCL will be on hand with the Wheel of Prizes from 10am to 4pm! Thanks to all of our fans at Whole Foods Market at
6930 S. Highland Drive in Cottonwood Heights!
January 8th is Elvis Presley’s Birthday and KRCL is celebrating with special screenings of “Elvis: That’s The Way It Is”.
Join us for Music Meet Movies at Brewvies Cinema Pub on January 8th where we will show two screenings of “Elvis: That’s The Way It Is”, a documentary directed by Denis Sanders that offers a candid look at Elvis Presley backstage, in rehearsal, and on the road before the opening night of his 1970 Las Vegas Summer Festival performance.
“Elvis: That’s The Way It Is”, on Jan 8th at Brewvies Cinema Pub in Salt Lake.
Tickets on sale at 6pm – Screenings at 7pm and 9pm
2 for 1 entry with your KRCL member card
view the trailer here
90.9fm KRCL and Discrete Clothing announce the return of the “Lifty of the Week!” The “Lifty of the Week” highlights lift operators from mountain resorts, around the state of Utah, whose work embodies the local community and their commitment to the slopes. Each week, from January 15th through March 19th, a winning Lifty will be chosen and announced on-air, as well as receiving a killer prize package from KRCL and Discrete Clothing!!!
Click Here for additional details and information on how to nominate your favorite Lifty!
Recently, the band Wilco celebrated their 20th Anniversary together, but back in 2002, during the recording of Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, the band nearly broke up. Join KRCL on Thursday, Dec, 11 @ Brewvies Cinema Pub in Salt Lake for a screening of “I Am Trying to Break Your Heart: A Film About Wilco” by Sam Jones. This black and white documentary follows the band through the recording and distribution of their fourth studio album, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. The film provides a unique insight into the politics of bands and their record labels, as well as an inside look at Wilco during the creation of what many critics describe as a landmark album.
Bring your KRCL membercard to Brewvies Cinema Pub for “I Am Trying to Break Your Heart: A Film About Wilco” – Thursday, Dec, 11. Tickets at 7pm, screening at 8pm
We’ll also be giving away a copy of the 4CD Box Set Alpha Mike Foxtrot: Rare Tracks 1994-2014 and the new best of 2CD set What’s Your 20?, after the movie.
click here to view the trailer