Hosted by Volunteer DJ Nick Burns, tonight's show featured the following people, organizations and/or events:

RadioACTive's Lara Jones spoke with Palak Jayswal, a Salt Lake Tribune reporter, about her recent story on Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty as a climate change barometer.

Water judges take up their posts on Nov. 1, thanks to a new rule from the Utah Judicial Council. RadioACTive spoke to SL Tribune Reporter Saige Miller about why that's a good thing for the Great Salt Lake.

KRCL Producer/Host
For more than 30 years, Lara Jones has been helping people tell their stories. Her résumé includes stints as a teenage disc jockey, a business reporter, a public radio host, and the first civilian public relations director for the Salt Lake City Police Department under Chief Chris Burbank. She also was part of a small group of communications professionals invited to draft language for The Utah Compact, a document of universal values on which to base immigration reform and discussions. Currently, Lara is executive producer and host of RadioACTive, a community affairs show that highlights grassroots activists and community builders weeknights at 6 p.m. on 90.9fm KRCL.

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