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Through The Eyes of Women: The Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America

Nancy MacLean's Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America tells the never-before-told story of James Buchanan, a Nobel prize winning economist who created the intellectual foundation and strategic blueprints behind the billionaire-funded radical right’s campaign to eliminate unions, suppress voting, privatize public education, curb democratic majority rule and ultimately change the Constitution.

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Wendy Butler talks to co-organizers of the first Trinidad Bay Art and Music Festival coming up August 25-27.

Also on today's Artwaves, learn about Matthew Lopez' "The Legend of Georgia McBride" at Redwood Curtain Theater. The show previews on Thursday and Friday, July 6 and 7, and runs through July.


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  Nancy MacLean's Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America tells the never-before-told story of James Buchanan, a Nobel prize winning economist who created the intellectual foundation and strategic blueprints behind the billionaire-funded radical right’s campaign to eliminate unions, suppress voting, privatize public education, curb democratic majority rule and ultimately change the Constitution.

Geologist Lori Dengler talks about NOAA's National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program. This program provides and facilitates vital warning systems and emergency response coordination.

Will this essential program be cut by the current US administration?


Food For Thought

North Coast Growers Association's Laura Hughes joins Jennifer Bell to talk about Humboldt County's thriving farmers' markets and fostering community partnerships to expand access to local healthy food. 


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Forestry is one of the North Coast's most emblematic industries. But what do modern foresters do, and how does it affect this community? On the next Thursday Night Talk, it's a silviculture special.

Join Yana Valachovic 7 PM on June 29th to talk about forests and foresters of the north coast.  

Guests include local foresters Mark Andre and Mike Miles, along with Dan Ehresman from the North Coast Regional Land Trust.

EcoNews Report: Snapshot Cal Coast Bioblitz

Jun 23, 2017

Snapshot Cal Coast is a statewide effort to document coastal biodiversity, focusing on intertidal zones and marine protected areas, using a series of citizen powered bioblitzes with the app iNaturalist. 

Bense-Kang talks to Carol Vandermeer, education coordinator for the Trinidad Land Trust, and volunteer/former ED for Friends of the Dunes about the local Baker Beach Bioblitz on June 24th. 

Chronologically Gifted: Terry Uyeki and Activism

Jun 22, 2017

"If we can agree to disagree on some issues, we could actually have a broader human rights platform if we are willing to include people whose views may be a little different than ours." 

Katie Whiteside

Complicated Animals is Brazilian American songstress Monica da Silva, and musician and producer, Chad Alger. Complicated Animals blend Indie pop seamlessly with Brazilian Bossa Nova. Their perfectly paced tempos, and sweet vocals in English and Portuguese, is a perfect marriage of North and South American cultures. They will be performing at a house concert tonight in Arcata.

Thursday Night Talk: Constitutional Rights

Jun 21, 2017
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Do you have a question about your Constitutional Rights? Perhaps you are a student journalist at Humboldt State or College of the Redwoods wondering about your right to videotape an arrest occurring on campus. Or maybe you are a community member wondering what your rights are during a peaceful assembly. Jeffrey Schwartz and Peter Martin answer questions and talk Constitutional Rights with host Brenda Star.  Can't listen right now? Subscribe to the Thursday Night Talk podcast. 

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Eureka’s Black Faun Gallery presents “Remote Wilderness,” new works by three Humboldt County artists: painter, Andrea Castillo; ceramic sculptor, Greg Lysander; and mixed media artist, Johnathon DeSoto.

The exhibition opens on Saturday, July 1 during Arts Alive and features music from KHSU's own Pandemonium Jones.

The trio will give an artist talk at the gallery on Saturday, July 8 at 4:00 p.m.


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The "Petya" cyberattack that has struck computers in 65 countries can be traced to a Ukrainian company's tax accounting software, Microsoft says. The ransomware is being called a more sophisticated version of the Petya malware that was used in an attack last spring.

"We saw the first infections in Ukraine - more than 12,500 machines encountered the threat," Microsoft says. "We then observed infections in another 64 countries, including Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Russia, and the United States."

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What we eat and how we cook our food tells a story about who we are, where we've come from and what we care about. Our food also connects us to other people — family and friends with whom we share our meals. That's why our favorite dishes often stir up strong memories of people we love.

Over the next month, NPR's The Salt and Goats and Soda blogs are teaming up to present six short cooking videos. Each video will feature one dish made by one person who shares with us the memories they associate with the dish.

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