KHSU Magazine

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KHSU's weekday newsmagazine. Highlighting north coast news, people, places, and events. Hosts include Danielle Orr, Claire Reynolds, Brian Curtis, Lorna Bryant, Jessica Eden and Kathleen Marshall. 

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Humboldt Permaculture Guild Lecture Series

Jun 5, 2017
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  The 2017 Humboldt Permaculture Guild Summer Lecture Series kicks off on June 11 with an Introduction To Permaculture Design lecture and tour with Marlon Gil of Fogwood Designs and the Humboldt Permaculture Guild.

April Joyce

Adult Day Health Care of Mad River provides therapeutic and recreational services for the elderly, medically at-risk adults, and those who are dependent on others for care.  April Joyce, RN and Administrator of ADHC and Physical Therapist Brian Julian talk with Brian Curtis on the KHSU Magazine Show about the different services offered.


Zerowaste Humboldt's website

On the KHSU Magazine Maggie Gainer of Zero Waste Humboldt and Eddie Blakeslee of Los Bagels discuss the new California Bag Law, and how local businesses can reduce waste by using Zero Waste practices. Blakeslee explains how the methods he has implemented at Los Bagels have cut waste cost by half. 


 Acclaimed clawhammer banjo player, Dan Walsh came by the KHSU studio during his UK, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand tour in support of his fourth solo album Verging on the Perpendicular.

KHSU Magazine: Mental Health Awareness Month

May 12, 2017

Mental health needs don't always mean serious mental illness; it might be depression or anxiety, addiction or any number of issues which can disrupt daily life and activities. 

Patty Ravitz, LMFT and President of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists spoke to Danielle Orr during the KHSU Magazine. 

On May 5th and 6th, the North Coast People’s Alliance is presenting Steve Early, author of Refinery Town: Big OIl, Big Money and Remaking of an American City. Early will offer tips and insights on ways that everyday people working together can reclaim their government, inspired by the Richmond Progressive Alliance, which kicked Chevron out of the driver’s seat in the East Bay city of Richmond.

  With HSU graduation coming up next week, preparations for the annual HSU Donation Dash are underway to collect and recycle would-be trash as hundreds of students moving out of campus residence halls donate tons of household items, and office and school supplies to local nonprofits.

KHSU Magazine: Grid Alternatives

Apr 21, 2017

Grid Alternatives Outreach Coordinator Justin Fricker spoke to Danielle Orr during the KHSU Magazine about the new Installation Basics Training Program (IBT). The program is a competency-based certificate program designed to develop the skills that are most relevant to entry-level solar installation and related employment. gridalternatives.org to learn more. Grid Alternatives provides solar electric systems for qualifying homeowners.


Charmaine Lawson, mother of HSU student David Josiah Lawson - along with family and friends - joined Lorna Bryant in the KHSU studios to talk about her son's life.

Through tears and laughter, the interview shared some of the beauty David Josiah Lawson offered in his young life.


Godwit Days Spring Migration Festival

Apr 17, 2017
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Godwit Days, Humboldt County’s Spring Migration Bird Festival takes place April 19-25, offering more than 95 field trips, boat tours and workshops at various locations and lectures, information booths, art shows and more at the Arcata Community center. Godwit Days board member, David Price, gives us the rundown of events on the KHSU Magazine.


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"If you are 1 % dehydrated, you will have a decrease in cognition and you won't be able to think clearly or make good decisions," says Jeffrey Smoller with Making Headway Center for brain recovery. Smoller and Claire Reynolds talked about the importance of drinking water for proper brain function on the Monday Magazine.


Maori Healers to Visit the Northcoast April 10-12th

Apr 7, 2017

Local community members and healers Tina Ball and Jennifer Madrone, host three Maori Healers during a visit to Humboldt County April 10-12th.

The Maori are the indigenous people of Aotearoa, the native name of New Zealand. Their healing art of deep tissue massage and energy-balancing therapy has begun to be internationally recognized. The healers are traveling to support and offer sessions to many indigenous people of the world. They will be sharing their healing modality and blessings by appointment. Reservations can be made at 496-8606.

Tina and Jennifer spoke to Danielle Orr on the KHSU Magazine.


VIDEO: Psychedelic Folk Night at the Sanctuary

Apr 4, 2017

Psychedelic folk revival singer and songwriter Joanne Rand and Rob Diggins stopped by the studio to visit KHSU Magazine host Claire Reynolds.

Joanne explains the creation process of her 16th album, and talks about the upcoming CD release concert of, Roses in The Snow in Drought. The concert is happening this Saturday, April 8th at the Sanctuary in Arcata. 

Sex Trafficking, Live Theater, and Wonderland

Mar 27, 2017
Robi Arce, via JaneDoeInWonderland.com

Brian Curtis talks with Erin Johnston and Kate Tobie of the play Jane Doe in Wonderland.  Alice in Wonderland is the vehicle to show how a victim gets lured into sex trafficking, as well as the brainwashing tactics used to abuse victims. This new play was created in partnership with the Humboldt County anti-sex trafficking organization Game Over


In the Tradition's Dan Chandler spoke with co-founder of the iconic El Teatro Campesino, Agustin Lira, and his musical collaborator Patricia Wells.

Dan, Agustin and Patricia discuss social justice activism, current and past - and the new album from the band Alma, Songs of Struggle & Hope


Teen Court Program for Humboldt Youth

Mar 22, 2017
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KHSU Magazine host Claire Reynolds talks with Director Sasha Marini about the Teen Court diversion program that has been around for 16 years. Teen Court is an afterschool service learning program administered by teens for teens that choose to have their cases heard by their peers.

Jury training for new teen volunteers is taking place on Thursday, March 30th at the Boys and Girls Club in Eureka.  

Teatro Pachuco Kicks Off the Playhouse Family Fun Series

Mar 21, 2017

The Arcata Playhouse Family Fun Series kicks off it's 11th season of public and school performances of theater, storytelling, puppetry and more on March 24 & 25 with Teatro Pachuco. This Belgian troupe features clown and physical performer Rudi Galindo, of Los Payasos Mendigos, and Italian dancer/actress Lisa Da Boit. Their physical comedy, dance and silent film is described as one part Fellini, two parts Charlie Chaplin with a latin twist of acrobatic dexterity. More information at http://www.arcataplayhouse.org


By Eric Draper [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Legendary singer-songwiter Graham Nash is performing at the Van Duzer Theater, March 24th at 8pm. This Grammy award-winning musician is a two-time inductee to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Graham Nash's passionate voice continues to be heard in support of peace, social and environmental justice. 

Russ Cole spoke with Graham Nash ahead of his Humboldt performance.


17th Annual Humboldt Juggling Festival

Mar 14, 2017

Festival founder and "Grand Daddy," Walter Beals returned to his alma mater for the 17th Annual Humboldt Juggling Festival taking place March 17-19 at the HSU West Gym. Tricia "the dish" Riel joined Walter to pass along the details of the event.


Juvenile Justice Town Hall in Redway

Mar 8, 2017

KHSU Magazine host Claire Reynolds spoke with Steve Shanning from the Humboldt County Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Commission about the town hall meeting happening March 8th at 6 p.m. in Redway. This commission is in charge of inspecting any facility where youth are held in custody. They are responsible for ensuring the general welfare of the youth.


Homeless to Home: Betty Chinn Outreach Center

Mar 7, 2017

Betty Chinn and Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir Director, Louis Hoiland, discuss the resources and opportunities for transition out of homelessness provided by the Betty Kwan Chinn Outreach Center.

http://bettychinn.org/


KHSU spoke with 2016 Green Party Presidential candidate Jill Stein. Dr. Stein will give a lecture about grassroots organizing on the Humboldt State University campus on March 8th. The lecture is free, but tickets are required.  Call: 707.826.3928

Lecture: Wednesday , March 8th, 7pm

HSU Kate Buchanan Room, Doors at 6pm

 


The MultiCultural Center presents the Social Justice Summit this week on the HSU campus. KHSU's Claire Reynolds spoke with MCC Coordinator Grecia Rojas about the upcoming events.

There will be a keynote presentation by Mother Tongue, workshops, film screenings and discussions. Summit organizers hope to broaden perspectives on social justice and global issues, inspire change through different art mediums and provide tools to create change. 

 For more info http://www2.humboldt.edu/summit/


Redwood Audubon Presents Hummingbird Highways

Feb 28, 2017

Redwood Audubon Society Presents:

HUMMINGBIRD HIGHWAYS: WHY LANDSCAPE CONNECTIONS MATTER TO POLLINATION IN THE TROPICS with Dr. Matthew Betts

Saturday, March 4 at 5:30 p.m. at the Arcata D Street Community Center

As tropical forests become increasingly broken up by roads, farm fields, pastures and other developments, corridors of trees provide vital pathways for pollinators and contribute to a rich diversity of plant species.  More information at http://www.rras.org

KHSU will interview Green Party Presidential Candidate Jill Stein this Wednesday during KHSU's midday public affairs show, the KHSU Magazine.

Tune in this Wednesday at 1pm for an interview with Jill Stein.

Jill Stein will be visiting the HSU campus Wednesday, March 8th.

HSU E-Learning and Extended Education

California grows and bottles 90% of the wine the U.S. drinks, and Humboldt County's wine industry has grown in the last two decades. HSU's Office of E-Learning and Extended Education begins its second semester of the Wine Studies Certificate Program February 25th.

Thinking With Your Heart

Feb 21, 2017
Making Headway Facebook Page

Jeffrey Smoller  from Making Headway Recovery Program Center stopped by the KHSU Magazine Show to talk with host Brian Curtis.  Smoller explains the connection between the heart and the brain and how emotions can actually determine one's thought process. 

Katie Whiteside

CenterArts is presenting three acoustic Hawaiian guitar masters to create a soul-stirring celebration of Hawaiian music. They stopped by KHSU to talk with Artistic Director with the Humboldt Music Academy, Gregg Moore.

ArMack publicity coordinator

Roses are red, violets are blue.  It’s time for Valentunes. Once again the high school musicians of the ArMack Orchestra and Arcata High School Madrigal Choir are gearing-up for their much-anticipated February fund-raiser, Valentunes.  The singers stopped by the KHSU Magazine. 

Thomas Dunklin's FB page

"There is always going to be a future in restoring the earth," says keynote speaker Thomas Dunklin.  He's presenting a “Restoration Retrospective,” a story of restoration on the north coast with an eye toward the future recovery of salmon and steelhead populations. 


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