KRCL is turning 40 next year! We're looking ahead at our future and asking the important questions that any soon to be 40-year-old asks themselves ...LEARN MORE
Monday, Sept. 17: It’s Constitution Day. RadioActive talks about why a free press matters. Plus, the Poor People’s Campaign in Utah is ready to make some noise. Is there a #RadicalMiddle to be found in the war on poverty? Hosts: Lara Jones and Dr. Dave
Tuesday, Sept. 18: John Wesley Powell: Objects & Stories from the Colorado River Expeditions -- special exhibit at NHMU on Sept. 22. Guest: Lisbeth Louderback, Curator of Archaeology for the Natural History Museum of Utah and Assistant Professor in the U of U Anthropology Department. Plus, celebrating the autumn equinox with Friends of Antelope Island and The National Parks. Hosts: Lara Jones and Ma Black
Wednesday, Sept. 19: Author Radha Agrawal on her first book, BELONG: Find Your People, Create Community, and Live a More Connected Life. Plus, a preview of issues at the upcoming Citizens’ Climate Lobby Wild West Regional Conference. Hosts: Lara Jones and Nick Burns
Thursday, Sept. 20: A curated show about Banned Books and authors on tap for this year’s Utah Humanities Book Festival. Guests: Director of the Utah Center for the Book Michael McLane, Booked on 25th, Weller Book Works and The King's English Bookshop. Plus, Restoring Ancestral Winds’ annual Indigenous Womxn Matter Conference. Host: Lara Jones
Friday, Sept. 21: Summit Land Conservancy and Wasatch Brewery on open space, wild hops and the debut of the “Clothing Hoptional” beer at Hoppy Hour 2018. Live homegrown music: TBD. Hosts: Lara Jones and Aldine Strychnine, KRCL’s Punk Rock Farmer.
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