Jennifer Kalt / Humboldt Baykeeper

Protecting our Coasts from Offshore Oil Drilling

On January 4, the Trump Administration announced its plan to open nearly all federal waters to offshore oil exploration and drilling. It would be the largest ever proposed, with 47 leases, including 6 off the California coast. In the current draft, Northern and Central CA lease sales are scheduled for 2021 and 2023. Jennifer Savage of Surfrider Foundation joins us to discuss resistance to this outrageous plan at the local, state, and national levels. Tune in to learn how you can take action to protect our coast! See below for links and info.

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Arcata Presbyterian Church Renovations

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Danielle Orr

Christie McLain told KHSU Magazine host Danielle Orr that the Arcata Presbyterian Church is almost done with most of the immediate renovations needed due to the September 2017 arson fire. The fire, which seriously injured a person sleeping on the church steps, put a hold on renovation projects. The Arcata Presbyterian Church has housed support group meetings, yoga, martial arts, violin lessons, folk dancers as well as weekly worship over the years. McLain, who also feeds the hungry weekly, says they are ready to revisit renovation planning and that the community oriented church will have an upcoming concert with the Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir and auction to help with funding the renovations.  


To Catch the Rain, Lonny Grafman

Jan 19, 2018
Danielle Orr

To Catch the Rain is the new book authored by Humboldt State University Lecturer, Lonny Grafman. The book is about communities coming together to literally, catch the rain! Lonny joined Danielle Orr in the KHSU studios during the KHSU Magazine to talk about the book and kickstarter campaign for the book, which at the time of the interview was in it's final hours.

The kickstarter campaign hit their goal as I post this to the website!! Congratulations Lonny!!


Women's March on Eureka Facebook.

According to a press release, the Women's March on Eureka is planned for Saturday, January 20, 2018. The event is set to start out with a rally at 1 p.m. and the march will being at 2 p.m. All events are taking place in Eureka at the C Street Plaza. 

In a statement, organizers for the Women's March on Eureka say they believe women's rights are human rights and also listed the importance of inclusivity within the community. 

Shane Anderson

"It wasn't until filming that I realized how large and wild the Eel River Watershed is," explains documentary filmmaker Shane Anderson on the KHSU Magazine. Anderson spoke with KHSU host Brian Curtis about using film as a tool to having an impact on conservation issues on the Eel River.  "A River's Last Chance: A Story of Salmon, Timber, Weed and Wine along California's Mighty Eel River" will be screened Friday evening beginning at 7 p.m. at the Eureka Theater.


Jennifer Kalt / Humboldt Baykeeper

On January 4, the Trump Administration announced its plan to open nearly all federal waters to offshore oil exploration and drilling. It would be the largest ever proposed, with 47 leases, including 6 off the California coast. In the current draft, Northern and Central CA lease sales are scheduled for 2021 and 2023.

Jennifer Savage of Surfrider Foundation joins us to discuss resistance to this outrageous plan at the local, state, and national  levels.

Tune in to learn how you can take action to protect our coast! See below for links and info. 


In his Histories, Herodotus doesn't just describe the war between Persia and Athens, he paints a vast canvas of the cultures and tribes across the Persian Empire and the Greek city-states, how they evolved, and what brought them into conflict.  Join Mary and Solomon for a fascinating look at the ancient world of this entertaining work.


Chronologically Gifted: Summary on Happiness and Resilience

Jan 18, 2018
Ann Diver-Stamnes and Michael Dronkers

Are we too focused on personal happiness in the U.S.?  What actually makes us happy?  Could we learn from what people value at the end of their lives to find a path to happiness throughout our lives:  love others and be grateful for their love, and do work that is meaningful?  How does understanding resilience help us to achieve a greater sense of contentment in our lives?  Chronologically Gifted hosts explore these questions and more in their summary show on the topic of happiness.  


On this week's Charlando, Yojana, Xochitl and Brenda discuss nuances of culture through food and clothing  and women taking a stand against harassment.

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There are so many things we know we should be doing. We can be better. We have to become better! Who doesn’t want a healthy body, a happy family, a fulfilling career, an organized home, and a passion project brought to fruition?

Honest Ownership Is Key To Reconciliation

Jan 15, 2018

Steven Bell of HSU's Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion came by the KHSU studio on Martin Luther King Day to talk about issues of race in America.


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