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Just 140 donations to go!

This fall KHSU is cutting our pledge drive in half, from the usual ten days, down to five.half-time-meetings.jpg

Our first goal is to hear from 450 contributing listeners before the drive starts September 24th.


Thanks to the more than 300 listeners who have given early!

Everyone who contributes early is entered in a special drawing for one of two Requa.pnggetaways to the Historic Requa Inn, on the Klamath River including breakfast and dinner for 2 in their dining room. All early birds are also entered in our fall drive drawings, including a grand prize: a $200 gas card.

See complete rules. KHSU Sustainers are automatically entered. No donation necessary to enter. 

Arcata Council Candidates Forum on TNT

September 18 on Thursday Night Talk, the Mad River Union, Arcata High School Pepperbox, KHSU, Arcata Chamber of Commerce and the City of Arcata present the 2014 Arcata City Council Candidate Forum from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the D Street Neighborhood Center, located at 14th and D streets.

The forum will be moderated by Thursday Night Talk host and Mad River Union Editor At Large Kevin L. Hoover, and will be broadcast live on KHSU. Candidates for council are Jason Carr, Juan Fernandez, Patrick Hyland, Ryan Kaplan, Sofia Pereira, Paul Pitino and Mark Wheetley.

Questions for the candidates may be submitted in advance to opinion@madriverunion.com. For more information, call (707) 826-7000.

 

Thursday Night Talk has its own Facebook page.  Check it out and become a fan of the page for updates and conversation about TNT.

The Thursday Night Talk hosts are: Kevin Hoover, Editor-at-Large for the Mad River Union, Eric Kirk, Attorney and amateur political pundit and Brenda Starr longtime radio activist.

Richard Stanewick 1919 - 2014

Richardjohnstanewick_sm.jpgKHSU has lost a dear friend.  Richard Stanewick died peacefully in his Sunnybrae home on Thursday May 22nd. He was 94.  Richard hosted the classical music program "Illuminations" and other classical shows on KHSU starting in 1987. He loved music, his wife Phyllis, books and KHSU.

His humor, kindness and love for the KHSU family will never be forgotten.


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