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Wed Jul 8 2020
New Roots Farmers Market
New Roots SLC will operate 3 farmers markets ...
Thu Jul 9 2020
Fri Jul 10 2020
Trifecta Summer Concert Series: Saliva Sisters
Join Eagle Environmental Inc at Pierpont Place this ...
Fri Jul 10 2020
17th Annual Damn These Heels Queer Film Festival
The annual festival explores LGBTQ issues, ideas, and ...
Wed Jul 15 2020
New Roots Farmers Market
New Roots SLC will operate 3 farmers markets ...
Wed Jul 15 2020
United Way's Stuff the Bus
This summer will look a little different than ...
Fri Jul 17 2020
Joshua James Concert Cruise
Support bands include The Proper Way, Harpers, Brother ...
Fri Jul 17 2020
Pixie & The Partygrass Boys Concert Cruise
Featuring supporting artists David Burchfield, Fur Foxen, Vincent ...
KRCL Summer Radiothon July 11-17

KRCL Summer Radiothon July 11-17

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How are you doing? Call (385) 800-1889 and leave us a message

How are you doing? Call (385) 800-1889 and leave us a message

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KRCL Takeover with Marcus King

KRCL Takeover with Marcus King

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RadioACTive: July 3, 2020

RadioACTive: July 3, 2020

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KRCL PRESENTS
Get RadioActive - Weeknights at 6 p.m.

Get RadioActive - Weeknights at 6 p.m.

Monday, July 6: Why a Free Press Matters in a Democracy, with Phil McCarthey of the McCarthey Family Foundation and City Weekly Publisher John Saltas. Plus, six Utah student finalists in the foundation's annual essay contest, and The Utah Investigative Journalism Project, which will co-host a virtual reading of Citizen Reporters later this week. 

Tuesday, July 7: Everyday People's Sue Robbins gets a sneak peek at 17th Annual Damn These Heels Queer Film Festival. Update on the YWCA Utah's 21-Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge. Poetry Still Happens, featuring Trish Hopkinson of Rock Canyon Poets and Taylor Fang, Student Poet of the West. 

Wednesday, July 8: TBD

Thursday, July 2: #ChangingTheNarrative, voices of today’s civil rights movement examine history in order to create a more equitable future in our community.

Friday, July 3: True Tales from the Agrihood with Aldine Strychnine, KRCL's Punk Rock Farmer and the many urban farmers along the Wasatch Front and Back. Plus, homegrown music. Does that sound like you? Email radioactive@krcl.org to tell us more about yourself or group. 

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