Community Food Council - Del Norte and Tribal lands

Food For Thought: Food Security in Del Norte County

Brittney Rymer and Connor Caldwell from DNATL Community Food Council join Jennifer Bell to discuss on-going wellness and garden initiatives in Del Norte and Tribal Lands.

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ShakeOut 2018

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The Great ShakeOut earthquake drill is coming up on Thursday, October 18th. On this episode of Shaky Ground, Dr. Lori Dengler encourages us all to take part in this important preparedness excercise.

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Artists Unite!

Oct 12, 2018
Danielle Orr

Lots of fun today on the KHSU Magazine with Danielle Orr and her guests, you can listen below! Northtown Books presents acclaimed San Francisco performance poet Susan Dambroff and new chapbook Conversation with Trees, along with writers who attend the annual Mattole Writers' Camp- Vinnie Peloso, Jeff DeMark, Dan Levinson, Jim Steinberg and others. October 12, 2018 at 7 -9 pm.

Humboldt Mediation Services is having a benefit the next night, October 13th, at 7:30 pm at the Sanctuary in Arcata and again Susan Dambroff returns to the stage along with San Francisco acclaimed performance poet and writer Chris Kommler, performing an amazing spoken word piece followed by the LaPatina band backing Jeff Demark, and storytellers Jim Steinberg, Janine Volkmar, Tim Breed, Tobin Rangdol and poet Vinnie Peloso, all for a night of sweetness called "It Takes Both Sides to Build a Bridge." 

Join host Lorna Bryant on the October 11th Thursday Night Talk: The Race Beat. She was joined by HSU professor Cutcha Risling-Baldy in a conversation that paid recognition to Indigeonous People's Week. 

Photo by Sam Armanino / North Coast Journal

After twenty-five years in the kitchen, perfecting the treats at one of Old Town Eureka's traditional chocoate shops, Kenny Buntin is taking the helm. Jennifer Fumiko Cahill talks about her article on the journey Buntin took to own Kenny's Chocolates.

Listen to Wendy Butler’s Oct. 2 Artwaves interview with two Humboldt State University art professors Sarah Whorf and Nicole Jean Hill. Their artwork is part of the HSU Faculty and Staff Exhibition on display through Friday, Oct. 12 in HSU Reese Bullen Gallery. Also on the Oct. 2 Artwaves program an interview with Joanne Rand and Patrick Cleary. Both are performing for – and Cleary organized – “The Power of Protest: Songs of Resistance” scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. at Arcata Playhouse. This is the opening event for the weeklong Against the Wind Festival, which will raise funds for the multiple-year voyage of the Golden Rule “peace boat.” Rand performs her new song “Family Name” live on Artwaves.


Community Food Council - Del Norte and Tribal lands

Brittney Rymer and Connor Caldwell from DNATL Community Food Council  join Jennifer Bell to discuss on-going wellness and garden initiatives in Del Norte and Tribal Lands.


Listen to the Tuesday, Oct. 9 Artwaves for continued coverage of the premier Against the Wind Festival, created by local volunteers to draw attention to the danger of nuclear proliferation as well as raise money for the multiple-year voyage of the Golden Rule "peace boat." The festival will be held this Sunday, Oct. 14 through Sunday, Oct. 21. Wendy Butler speaks with John Heckel who directs the festival's centerpiece, the 1959 play "Which Way the Wind?" with performances Oct. 19-21 at Arcata Playhouse. Also on the Oct. 9 Artwaves is an interview with Dr. Cutcha Risling Baldy, who speaks about the Sing Our Rivers Red traveling earring exhibition at the HSU Goudi’ni Gallery. SORR’s events seek to “bring awareness to the epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous women and colonial gender-based violence” across North America. There are also connected events occurring with this exhibit including a Sewing Circle tomorrow (Wednesday) at 10 a.m. and Thursday at 2 p.m. and a Gallery Talk this Friday, Oct. 12 at noon. Phone the gallery office at (707) 826-3629, email hsugalleries@gmail.com or bs228@humboldt.edu for more information.


Lisa Feldkamp / The Nature Conservancy

This week's Looking Back shares some little known local history of turkey herding. Tom Cairns provides another snapshot of our northcoast past.


In an unusual weekend session, the U.S. Senate advances to a final vote on the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Watch the proceedings live.

KHSU listeners raised more than $3250 for the station in just over an hour to meet the Wildberries Food Challenge Friday morning.

Listener contributions were matched dollar-for-dollar by Wildberries Marketplace and are given in food to Food for People. The food donations are used to supply Food for People's "Backpacks for Kids" weekend food program for school aged children facing food insecurity.

Thank you everyone who helped us make this goal!

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From NPR

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The former head of security for the Senate intelligence committee pleaded guilty to one count of lying to the FBI on Monday in federal court in Washington, D.C.

James Wolfe had been charged with three such counts, but he reached a plea agreement with the U.S. Attorney's office in exchange for leniency and to avoid a trial.

Wolfe was permitted to remain free until he's scheduled to return to court on Dec. 20 to be sentenced; he faces as many as six months in prison.

President Donald Trump weighed in on Monday morning about the case of disappeared journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

It's a major milestone in the fight to recognize mental health and mental illness as global issues: a comprehensive report from the Lancet Commission on Global Mental Health, three years in the making, released this past week at a London summit with royals Prince William and Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, in attendance to show their support for the cause.

But it was not a celebratory event. Threaded throughout the 45-page report is a lament that the world is ignoring millions of suffering people.

Alexis Dudden teaches history at the University of Connecticut and is the author of Japan's Colonization of Korea and Troubled Apologies Among Japan, Korea, and the United States.

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