Western Wildlife Conservancy on its lawsuit against a Utah law that allows the hunting and trapping of mountain lions year-round, without limit. Plus, Adopt-a-Native-Elder's annual Navajo Rug Show and Sale, Filmexico, and Disney On Ice.
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Artes de México en Utah.
opens at Broadway Centre Cinemas tomorrow. RadioACTive talks with curator Claudia Benitez Duarte and Fanny Guadalupe Blauer, executive director of
- Nov. 9-16: Filméxico 2023 at Broadway Centre Cinemas, Broadway Centre Cinemas, SLC. "Filméxico kicks off with an exciting lineup that highlights both acclaimed filmmakers and emerging voices from contemporary Mexican cinema. For the first time, we will offer a $60 Pass which will allow filmgoers access to films, panels, and events both in theater and virtually. Additionally, we will be offering a $30 online access pass which will be available for those who want to participate virtually instead. Filméxico 2023 lineup will feature prominent works by indigenous filmmakers, as well as seasoned, new and local talent. We will also present a series of panel discussions with Mexican filmmakers, Utah community leaders and cultural binational specialists and allies. Get info on films and schedule at www.slfs.org/filmexico."
Gaizka Madejon Cambra of Disney On Ice, which is in town Nov. 9-12 at the Delta Center. Tickets can be purchased online at SeatGeek.com or in-person at the venue box office.
Living the Circle of Life's Valene MC and Dave John in conversation with CJ Robb of Adopt-A-Native-Elder.
- Nov. 10: Adopt-a-Native-Elder annual Navajo Rug Show & Sale, 6:00 p.m. MST online. "This year marks the 34th annual Navajo Rug Show & Sale. The spectacular theme rugs for this year’s online event are woven in natural organic colors and incorporate a modern and minimalist aesthetic with traditional Navajo patterns and symbols. The collection, “The Naturals”, has been created exclusively for this show and is not available outside of this unique event. Hundreds of additional authentic Navajo rugs have been reserved solely for this show as well. Note: The Theme Rugs and other Collection Rugs will not go live for sale until November 10, 2023 at 6:00 pm MST. Weavers set their own prices and receive 100% of their asking price. Because every rug and piece of jewelry is one-of-a-kind, the first person to complete payment for an item will receive the rug or jewelry. Thank you for your support!"
Kirk Robinson, PhD, Executive Director, Western Wildlife Conservancy. WWC is one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit recently filed against the state for a bill passed in the last legislative session - HB469 - that allows hunting and trapping of mountain lions year-round without limit. It is predicted the big cats could be gone in three years if this isn't stopped.
Guests' views, thoughts, or opinions are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff, or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, KRCL 90.9fm. Questions, comments, or suggestions for the show? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: