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Music legend Leo Nocentelli of The Meters stopped in to KRCL to play a few songs live before his three night stand at Park City's ...LEARN MORE
An irregular RadioACTive, featuring Memorial Day events, SLC Cemetery Sexton Keith Van Otten, City Weekly Summer Guides, Park City Song Summit, and Meet the DJ ...LEARN MORE
We're ready for a fun filled spring and summer. Look for KRCL's tent and table at concerts, festivals and community events, swing by, say hi, ...LEARN MORE
For International Women's Day Utah band Little Moon stepped into KRCL's Big Room to play a special three song set and deliver a great Guest ...LEARN MORE
Meet the DJ: Mike Evans, host of Bluegrass Express and every other week for Fret n' Fiddle , Sundays 1-4PM/Sundays 4-6PMLEARN 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, firstname.lastname@example.org. To listen to past shows, click here. Coming up this week:
Monday, May 29: RadioACTive gets a preview of the 46th annual Utah Asian Festival, the longest-running continuous event of its kind this side of the Mississippi. Better Days on Alice Kasai, an advocate for Japanese-Americans’ rights and for international peace. Plus, Rocky Mountain Community Radio Regional Roundup features writers of the region.
Tuesday, May 30: Pride 2023 with Utah Pride Center’s Jonathan Foulk, Ted Nicholls (perhaps better known as drag performer and Salt Lake City Showgirl Gia Bianca Stephens) and Rosa Bandeirinha. Plus, Sierra Club youth climate activists on recent wins for clean energy and climate in Utah schools.
Wednesday, May 31: Eric Peterson of The Utah Investigative Journalism Project on his research into the Utah Inland Port. Plus, call for public art ideas in the Fairpark neighborhood.
Thursday, June 1: Another Talanoa Takeover, featuring Leka Heimuli from SLCC's Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center. Plus, the significance of leis and graduation controversies.
Friday, June 2: True tales from the agrihood with KRCL’s Punk Rock Farmer. Plus, fresh and homegrown music from Hear Utah Music and a live performance by Katie Van Sleen.