March is Women's History Month and we're marking the occasion all month with music from essential women artists. Let's amplify voices, increase visibility and honor the contributions ...LEARN MORE
The Salt Lake City Arts Council presents the Twilight Concert Series, coming to the Gallivan Center in June, July, August, and September. Season tickets are ...LEARN MORE
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Rising journalists of SLCC take over the show to discuss issues of the day. This week, Spring Break with a purpose, the 12th annual Tumbleweeds ...LEARN MORE
Plug into your community weeknights at 6 to hear from grassroots activists, community builders, punk rock farmers and DIY creatives. Does that sound like you or somebody you know? Tell us all about it in an email, email@example.com. To listen to past shows, click here. Coming up this week:
Monday, March 20: Join us as we share the final episode of Solo Éramos Niños, a podcast about the largest single-day immigration enforcement action in United States history from Angel and Shelby Lopez.
Tuesday, March 21: Project Rainbow’s Lucas Horns and Jacey Thornton on Transgender Day of Visibility, especially in the wake of anti-trans legislation recently passed by Utah lawmakers. AmeriCorps' Michael Smith on community service. Plus, a preview of Treefort Music Fest in Boise, ID!
Wednesday, March 22: Explore harm reduction with Mindy Vincent, who spoke out against a drug homicide bill during this legislative session. Find out why the founder of Utah Harm Reduction Coalition and Rebel Recovery Utah says this criminalization approach would not have helped those struggling with substance abuse disorder. Plus, Project Homeless Connect SLC, and Ramadan with the Utah Muslim Civic League.
Thursday, March 23: Rising journalists of SLCC take over the show to discuss issues of the day. This week, Spring Break with a purpose, the 12th annual Tumbleweeds Film Fest for kids, and She Said: Womxn’s Voices in Utah.
Friday, March 24: Punk Rock Farmer Friday, with Aldine, KRCL's Punk Rock Farmer, and Lara. Tune in for more true tales from the agrihood with Philip Grubisa, chef/owner of Beltex Meats, a butcher shop that specializes in sourcing meats from local farmers and ranchers. Fresh, homegrown music from Shecock with a Vengeance.