NEWSLETTER: KRCL CONNECTIONS (AUG 18)

LISTEN, WATCH, AND PARTICIPATE THIS WEEK
Happy National Radio Day!
Sunday, August 20 is National Radio Day! It's a time to celebrate our love of radio and its role in our everyday lives. 
Every hour of every day, radio delivers information, entertainment, and good company, like no other media can. 
 
KRCL doesn't happen without listener support. Thank you for making this radio station possible.
KRCL's Fall Radiothon 
Sept. 30th - Oct. 8th
Help us set a record in making this Radiothon the best KRCL Radio has seen in 38-years by donating today!
 
KRCL simply would not exist without the support of members like you. In fact, a full 80% of KRCL's operational funds come from individual contributions like yours.  This vital public radio service owes its very existence to people like you who are willing to support it. The only way this amazing service exists on the radio, online, and on our mobile devices is because listeners like you support us!  
 
In today's dynamic world, KRCL is an invaluable and unique cultural resource in our community. Donate today to make sure that it continues to thrive and enrich the Wasatch Front. It's so important! 
 
Show your love of your radio and make a donation to KRCL today.
Thank You! 

 
UPCOMING EVENTS
Sat, Aug 19: Downtown Farmer's Market
     *Saturday Breakfast Jam LIVE 7-10am
Sun, Aug 20: Snowbasin Blues, Brews and BBQ's - Robert Randolph & The Family Band // Troubador 77 // KLB // Old Shoe
Sun, Aug 20National Radio Day!
Mon, Aug 21:   KRCL Presents...Washed Out at The Depot
Mon, Aug 21:  Lake Street Dive at RBG
Wed, Aug 23: KRCL/NHMU Bluegrass & BBQ - The Umbrella Brothers
Thur, Aug 24: Andrew Bird // Handsome Family // Talia Keys - LIVE from Pioneer Park 4-6pm
ALBUM OF THE DAY
Weekdays at 6:40am9:40am, and 1:40pm
 
Mon, Aug 21: Joe Strummer / Streetcore (Joe Strummer of The Clash was born on Aug 21, 1952)
 
Tues, Aug 22:  Portishead / Dummy (released August 22, 1994)
 
Wed, Aug 23:  Iron & Wine / Beast Epic (The new album from Sam Beam aka Iron & Wine is out this Friday)
 
Thur, Aug 24:  Andrew Bird / Are You Serious (Andrew Bird plays the Twilight Seriestonight in Salt Lake City)

Fri, Aug 25: The War On Drugs / A Deeper Understanding (New Release out today) 

 
 
      Full Album of the Day information on KRCL's Facebook Page Like us on Facebook 
WOMEN WHO ROCK
Mon, Aug 21: Lake Street Dive's Rachel Price & Bridget Kearney playing Red Butte tonight
Tues, Aug 22: Happy Birthday Tori Amos born this day 1963
Wed, Aug 23: Warpaint / Opening for Depeche Mode tonight at USANA Ampitheater
Thur, Aug 24: 
Joan Osborne / Playing Egyptian Theater tonight
Fri, Aug 25: TBD
RADIOACTIVE 
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RadioActive, weeknights at 6 p.m. on 90.9fm KRCL. Listen on demand with the KRCL Public Radio mobile app for iTunes and 
 
TONIGHT: Gear up for next week's solar eclipse with NASA Solar System Ambassador Patrick Wiggins. Plus, Aldine's Urban Farm Report, Vikings, and live music from Otter Creek.
Mon, Aug 21: The sisters behind Las Hermanas Iglesias, who will be in town for the reopening of the Utah Museum of Fine Art. Find out why they create artworks that disrupt borders, engage absurdity, and promote the benefits of working together. Plus, the League of Women Voters of Utah, and 15 years of the Utah Film Center with founder Geralyn Dreyfous. Hosts: Ma Black and Lara Jones.
Tues, Aug 22: What is antifa? Tune in to hear from local participants in a movement that says it's ready to standup to neo-fascists and return violence, if need be. Hosts: Noor Ul-Hasan and Lara Jones.
Wed, Aug 23Science on Tap with Jacob Hummel, a computational astrophysics PhD and data scientist. Plus, ways that the arts benefit education and the economy in Utah. Hosts: Nick Burns and Lara Jones.
Thur, Aug 24: Reaction to the anticipated announcement from Interior Secretary Zinke about #BearsEars and other national monuments under review by the Trump Administration. Plus, Crossroads Urban Center's Annual Poverty Summit . Hosts: Billy Palmer and Lara Jones.
Fri, Aug 25: In support of Utah Pacific Island Heritage MonthThe Island Wave podcast takes over RadioActive. Host Kamaile Tripp talks with PIK2AR's Susi Feltch-Malohifo'ou, Hiroko Jolley of the Utah Falconz, fitness guru Karen Sime-Ioutai, DIY gardner Jacob Fitisemanu, Lita and Vea Ofa of Pioneer Rugby 7's, and live music from Kim Watanabe.

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