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KHSU Magazine: NCJ Analysis Favors Madrone in 5th District

KHSU's Natalya Estrada talks with the North Coast Journal's Thadeous Greenson on the close race for 5th District Supervisor --last check they were separated by only 33 votes--and how ballots are counted. She also speaks with the North Coast Journal's Jenifer Fumiko Cahill on talking with community member Wendy Chan about her life growing up in China before moving to the United States, and how those experiences reflect in her cooking classes.

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Local Author Sharon Levy Discusses the Arcata Marsh

May 31, 2018
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George Zaminsky, Friends of the Arcata Marshinterview local science author Sharon Levy on her newly released book "The Marsh Builders: The Fight for Clean Water, Wetlands, and Wildlife”, which centers around the story of how citizens in 1970s Arcata fought for an alternative way to treat sewage that has inspired treatment wetlands worldwide.

The Tuesday, May 29 Artwaves program is now available in the KHSU Archives, iTunes or Google Play.
 

Featured: Arcata printmaker/silk painter/watercolorist Patricia Sennott, part of our series of interviews with North Coast Open Studios charter artists. The 20th annual Open Studios will be held this and next Saturday/Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. across Humboldt County. Visit northcoastopenstudios.com for information. Also on Artwaves, NCRT Managing Artistic Director Calder Johnson discusses the timely and powerful rock musical "Hedwig and the Angry Inch."

  

Catherine Wilkes Photography

The concept of race as we know it today is a fairly recent invention and has been used to exploit certain groups of people: Blacks, Native Americans, Mexican Americans and Asian Americans. That is the jumping off point in a continuing discussion on race hosted by Humboldt Area Foundation  (HAF) and the Equity Alliance for the North Coast.

In this week's North Coast Journal, Thadeous Greenson and Kimberly Wear explore the life and death of Sharral "Sherry" McDonald. She was fatally shot in Eureka in early May 2018 while protecting a friend from domestic violence. 

Wiyot Tribe

Tending the Wild...

Adam Canter, botanist with the Table Bluff Natural Resouces Department joins Jennifer Bell for another discussion about the cultivation of traditional Wiyot foods and on-going restoration efforts. 


Brittany Britton Explores Cross-Sections of Cultures

May 28, 2018

Hupa multi-media artist and College of the Redwoods Art History educator, Brittany Britton talks about how living in Hoopa influences her art and how she addresses cross-sections of  gender and cultural identity. 


Charlando Con La Raza!

May 25, 2018
Danielle Orr

Scholars Brenda Perez and Yojana Miraya speak to Danielle Orr about Charlando Con La Raza and Naturaleza y Communidad both produced here in Arcata at the KHSU studios for Radio Bilinque, the nonprofit Latino radio network. Radio Bilinque is the only producer of national Spanish-language programming in the public radio system.  With the goal of serving the Latino community with innovative cultural and informational programming, they are fostering multicultural understanding within the larger community. 

Who are the Board of Supervisors?

May 24, 2018
Anne Maher / The Northcoast Environmental Center

Elections are coming up June 5, and that means it is time once again to vote for local measures and candidates, including the Board of Supervisors. For this EcoNews Report the Northcoast Environmental Center’s Anne Maher speaks to Mark Lovelace, former 3rd District Humboldt County Supervisor, about the roles and responsibilities the Board of Supervisors has, especially in regards to environmental work. Afterwards, hear the NEC’s questions to the candidates (and their responses) at the May 10 Humboldt County Supervisors Forum.

Wiyot Tribe

On this segment of Food For Thought, Jennifer Bell connects with Adam Canter, botanist with the Table Bluff Natural Resouces Department. They discuss historic cultivation of traditional foods and the Wiyot Tribe's current ecological restoration efforts. 


The public is invited to attend KHSU's Community Advisory Board (CAB) meeting Wednesday, May 30, 2018 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in Gist Hall 218 (see map below), on the campus of Humboldt State University. The room change was made to accommodate the anticipated attendance of concerned KHSU volunteers and community members.

The purpose of the meeting is to obtain public input regarding any aspect of KHSU's programming and operations. Meetings are held monthly and always open to the public. For more information, please contact KHSU at 707-826-4807.​

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From NPR

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There's no shortage nowadays of competitors for your entertainment dollar. On-demand television, games on your phone, even workouts, sports or cooking videos streamed into your home are all a click or swipe away.

In Lexington, Tenn., one century-old, one-screen theater is taking a decidedly homegrown approach to winning over — and keeping — its customers, and it involves a 50-year-old popcorn machine.

The number of men in the United States who are full-time, stay-at-home parents has risen steadily in recent decades, from maybe a million or so in 1984, according to a Pew Research Center estimate, to roughly double that in 2014.

That's still much smaller than the number of stay-at-home moms, of course, and many of the challenges these dads face are universal to parenting.

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