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Tue Sep 27 2022
Julia Jacklin
The Urban Lounge welcoms Julia Jacklin on tour ...
Thu Sep 29 2022
Liberty Park Farmers Market
The Downtown Farmers Market is proud to be ...
Fri Sep 30 2022
Band of Horses with Dad Bod and Daytime Lover
The final show for the Twilight Concert Series ...
Sat Oct 1 2022
7th Annual 4th West Oktoberfest
4th West Oktoberfest is back and better than ...
Thu Oct 13 2022
FKJ at The Union
FKJ - 2022 Tour in support of the new ...
Thu Oct 13 2022
KRCL's Music Meets Movies: Studio 666
KRCL's Music Meets Movies celebrates the spookiest ...
Sat Oct 15 2022
KRCL's Fall Radiothon Begins
KRCL's Fall Radiothon begins Fri, Oct 15 ...
Sat Oct 15 2022
Downtown Salt Lake Farmers Market
This is the second to last Summer Farmers ...
Gary Clark, Jr. coming to The Union on Oct 4

Gary Clark, Jr. coming to The Union on Oct 4

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Mujeres Who Rock / Hispanic Heritage Month Special: Guest DJ Jazzy Olivo

Mujeres Who Rock / Hispanic Heritage Month Special: Guest DJ Jazzy Olivo

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KRCL's Music Meets Movies: Studio 666

KRCL's Music Meets Movies: Studio 666

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RadioACTive 09.26.22

RadioACTive 09.26.22

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

Get RadioActive - Weeknights at 6 p.m.

RadioACTive plugs you into Utah’s grassroots activists, community builders, punk rock farmers and DIY creatives on weeknights at 6. Got an idea for the show? Email it to radioactive@krcl.org.

Monday, Sept. 26: Meet Your Maker, a new occasional series exploring creativity with local makers. Tonight, new volunteer host Nichol Bourdeaux talks with muralists Miriam Gutierez, Luis Novoa and Alan Ochoa of Roots Art Kollective, and Chris Peterson. Plus, The Globe journalist Zane Smith, and community organizer Sam Van Wetter of the Rural Utah Project.

Tuesday, Sept. 27: Roundtable Tuesday with Risshan Leak explores Día de los Muertos en Ogden feat. SUENATRON. Plus, The Power of Mind with author and Tibetan monk Khentrul Lodro Thaye Rinpoche.

Wednesday, Sept. 28: Volunteer Host Nick Burns explores the Great Salt Lake’s future with SL Tribune Reporter Leia Larsen.  Plus, SUWA’s campaign to save Labryinth Canyon.

Thursday, Sept. 29: RadioACTive’s Tamrika Khvtisiashvili talks with author and podcaster Kase Johnstun. He is the author of the novel Let the Wild Grasses Grow, from Torrey House Press.

Friday, Sept. 30: Punk Rock Farmer Friday. Featuring fresh, homegrown music from The Plastic Cherries and more true tales from the agrihood with Anna Cash of Smart Home Canning, City Cast’s visit to Tagge Farms, and more with Al and Lara.

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