Food For Thought

Matthew Schmit joins Jennifer Bell to talk about a new line of healthy artisan products from Humboldt's local Tofu Shop.

What is the role of "the media" in presidential elections? Can the media actually rig elections?  Tonight

 on Thursday Night Talk, host Brenda Starr talks with HSU Journalism professor Marcy Burstiner about the role of media in politics, especially in this political season. Tune in and call in October 20 beginning at 7.

Humboldt Folk Dancers

Humboldt Folk Dancers present  The Bulgarian Folk Music Ensemble Bulgarika in Arcata. The group will be giving lessons on the kaval, tambura, tupan, and gadulka. Their performance is tonight at Redwood Raks World Dance Studio beginning at 7:30.


Danielle Orr talks with Humboldt State University librarians about the grand opening of the Humboldt Scholars Lab

The community is invited to explore this advanced digital library and lending center.

Come celebrate the opening:

October 24th  3:30-5pm    3rd Floor, HSU Library

Millions of people worldwide will practice how to Drop, Cover, and Hold On at 10:20 a.m. on October 20 during Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills, which began in California in 2008. 

KHSU will help you participate by airing simulated earthquake audio and message to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" at 10:20 a.m. Thursday the 20th.

Professor Emeritus Lori Dengler spoke on the KHSU Homepage about the ShakeOut and our area's large role in earthquake and tsunami preparedness.

KHSU will broadcast the final presidential debate as Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton face off at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

 NPR's politics team, with help from reporters and editors who cover national security, immigration, business, foreign policy and more, is live annotating the debate.


Dr. Rossbacher reflects on the recent homecoming festivities at Humboldt State University and her conversations with the year's Golden Grads - HSU's Class of 1966.

She discusses how the Golden Grads' experiences are very much like those of HSU's students today - from being inspired by faculty members to creating lifelong connections with fellow classmates.

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Hupa-Yurok artist George Blake received an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters, conferred by the California State University and Humboldt State University, on October 11, 2016.  Blake creates his art using wood, silver, bones and antlers.  He is recognized as one of the few living people skilled in the traditional art of dugout canoe building. A Yurok dugout canoe created by Blake is on display in the HSU Library. Other works of  Blake have been on display at the Smithsonian.

Blake was honored by HSU for his many contributions  in the world of art. George Blake's art will be on display through December 3, 2016 at Humboldt State University’s Goudi’ni Native American Arts Gallery.

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Charges of inciting a riot against Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now!, have been rejected by a U.S. District Court judge. The charges were leveled while Goodman was covering protests of the Dakota access pipeline.

Food For Thought

Jennifer Bell talks about Arcata’s community farm and the CSA model with farmer Jayme Buckley.


From NPR

Cursed by a Billy Goat, bedeviled by Bartman and crushed by decades of disappointment, the Chicago Cubs are at long last headed back to the World Series.

Kyle Hendricks outpitched Clayton Kershaw, Anthony Rizzo and Willson Contreras homered early and the Cubs won their first pennant since 1945, beating the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-0 Saturday night in Game 6 of the NL Championship Series.

The drought ended when closer Aroldis Chapman got Yasiel Puig to ground into a double play, setting off a wild celebration at Wrigley Field.

AT&T's $85.4-billion bid to buy Time Warner is now official, facing what's expected to be a tough regulatory review, given the reach and impact of the telecom and the media behemoths.

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