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 Authors Susan J.P. O’Hara and Alex Service have just published their book, Mills of Humboldt County, capturing a time and place in Humboldt County that is slowly dissolving. 

The book is full of  images and stories from  lumber mills of the late 1800's and early 1900s, when Humboldt County was at the forefront of the massive redwood logging industry. 

Everyone has the right to safe, legal shelter with dignity and respect... a guiding principal of the organization, Affordable Homeless Housing Alternatives:  

Food For Thought

Jennifer Bell talks with Ivy Matheny from the Northcoast Grower's Association about her job in outreach and the ever-expanding, dynamic local farmer's market scene.


Homepage host, Danielle Orr speaks with HSU President Emeritus Rollin Richmond and Humboldt State University Press publication specialist, Claire Reynolds, about Maasai Dictionary by Charles Richmond.

The KHSU Homepage airs M-F from 1-1:30 pm.

The publication is available for free download at Humboldt State University Press


Terry Roelofs discusses coho salmon life history in our local streams.

Tonight, join guest host Lorna Bryant as she explores the music and arts scene in Humboldt County, curated by millennials - Alex Nordquist of @The Breakfast All Day Collective, Ben Funke and Matt Goldberg of the Constellation Music Series, and local singers Lorenza Faye Phillips and Cherish Robinson (Venus Milk).

Much Ado About Nothing

 Mary Harper and Solomon Everta of the Northcoast Book Discussion Group talk about William Shakespeare's timeless classic Much Ado About Nothing.

Classics Now airs the 3rd Thursday of every month at 1:00 pm on the KHSU Homepage.

Democracy Now paid tribute to reporter John Ross and spoke with Norm Stockwell, co-editor of "Rebel Reporting," a new book that captures some of the lectures Ross gave to journalism students to teach them how to cover stories and create change. The full title is “Rebel Reporting: John Ross Speaks to Independent Journalists." John Ross was a frequent guest and contributor to KHSU in the 1980s and '90s


CONTEMPORARY R& B-SOUL: UK soul artist Corinne Bailey Rae releases her first full-length recording in six years since her previous darker album, The Sea. With her new work, The Heart Speaks In Whispers, 


KHSU's Gobi Blank, a.k.a. Matt Goldberg,  interviews a member of the band, Horse Lords.

  How to Breathe Underwater airs Tuesdays at 2pm


From NPR

By the time his first memoir, Fresh Off The Boat, came out in 2013, Eddie Huang was really hitting his stride. His New York restaurant, Baohaus — which serves gua bao, or Taiwanese hamburgers — was doing really well. His TV show, Huang's World, was taking him all over the world.

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has pardoned thousands of inmates to make room in the country's overcrowded, cash-strapped prisons.

The move is "set to decongest national prisons and promote better living conditions," the state-run Herald reports. But as Reuters notes, this also comes as "prisons struggle to feed inmates due to lack of funding from the government."

We have reached the point in this campaign season where late-night talk show hosts negotiate presidential debates.

Why do you look so surprised? When you think about it, it kind of makes perfect sense.

Over the last two nights, Jimmy Kimmel, host of ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," has seemingly been brokering a presidential debate between presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is still in the running against likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

ISIS is making gains near Syria's border with Turkey, seizing a string of villages and trapping tens of thousands of civilians, according to Doctors Without Borders and a Syrian monitoring group.

The offensive has forced Doctors Without Borders to evacuate a major hospital outside the strategically located town of Azaz.

News that a subsidiary of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield will stop selling bronze-level health plans on the Virginia marketplace next year prompted speculation that it could signal a movement by insurers to drop that coverage level altogether.

The reality may be more complicated and interesting, some analysts said, based on a look at plan data.



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