Marlon Gil talked to the Homepage about the upcoming Humboldt Permaculture Guild tour of a homestead in Bayside -- Tuesday, July 5 at 5:30 as part of its summer series. Gil discussed the virtues of grafting new fruit varieties onto existing fruit trees and explains how guests will learn a few tips during this tour. 

On the next Artwaves Tuesday, June 28 at 1:30 p.m., New York resident Treacy Ziegler talks with Wendy Butler about how her recent artworks have been influenced by her suffering from a physical malady and a decision she made six years ago to reach out to an entirely new audience.

 Drawing on new brain science and organizational development insights, Mary Gelinas has written a new book- "Talk Matters: Saving the World One Word at a Time, Solving Complex Issues Through Brain Science, Mindful Awareness and Effective Process."

Join host Danielle Orr on the June 30th Thursday Night Talk and be part of the conversation with Mary Gelinas, beginning at 7.


Food For Thought

Tammy Erickson from Bien Padre talks with Jennifer Bell about Humboldt County's own local non-GMO tortillas and chips  -- and some innovative new flavors.

From electronica to classic bolero, Music Director Mark Shikuma reviews new arrivals to the KHSU studios. 

Foster parents are desperately needed on the North Coast. Next on Thursday Night Talk, Linda Stansberry speaks with people working in the foster care system to make sure vulnerable youth have a place to call home.

Tune in and call in June 23 beginning at 7.  

 Corey Gray can keep a secret. 

When the Humboldt State alum returned to campus to speak to students  (see below) about his work at the Laser Inferomter Gravitational-Wave Observatory [LIGO], he couldn't reveal that he was sitting on one of the biggest physics discoveries in a generation.

  Humboldt's own Midnight Band Practice specializes in music from the 30s and 40s. They performed live on Ethnic Excursions this week.

Singer Katie Belknap was raised by artists and musicians in Austin, Texas. She moved here in 2001 for school and stayed for the people, beauty in nature and mild climate.

Guitarist Daniel Nickerson is a musician, writer, and artist who traveled through Arcata and the Sanctuary three times in early 2015, and the fourth time came back to stay. 
Hear their full set here:

Food For Thought

Jennifer Bell connects with Michelle Wyler from CAFF and Heather Plaza from Organic Matters Ranch for a discussion on CalFresh benefits and their use at the farmer's market -- and now at farm stands too.

Mary Harper and Solomon Everta of the Northcoast Books Discussion Group showcase the novelette, Oroonoko, written by Aphra Behn.

Aphra Behn is widely recognized as the first professional woman author. Oroonoko was written in the 17th century.


From NPR

Thanks to the rise of food delivery services like Grubhub and Eat24, it's getting easier to order meals online.

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Former University of Tennessee college basketball coach Pat Summitt has died, according to a statement from the Pat Summitt Foundation. She was 64.

Summitt died peacefully, surrounded by loved ones at a senior living facility in Knoxville, Tenn., her son Tyler Summitt said.


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