Katie Whiteside

Program Director & Operations Director, KHSU Magazine Producer

707-826-6074

katie.whiteside@humboldt.edu

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The Arcata Arts Institute will present FLOW this Saturday at the Arcata Theater Lounge. This fashion showcase is the culminating event for Arcata Arts Institute’s fashion design students and will include 80 students modeling these very special clothing designs on the runway.


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On the KHSU Magazine Maggie Gainer of Zero Waste Humboldt and Eddie Blakeslee of Los Bagels discuss the new California Bag Law, and how local businesses can reduce waste by using Zero Waste practices. Blakeslee explains how the methods he has implemented at Los Bagels have cut waste cost by half. 


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The Healthy California Act, would create the Healthy California program to provide comprehensive universal single-payer health care coverage and a health care cost control system for the benefit of all residents of the state. Courageous Resistance of Humboldt and Health Care for All are holding public meetings to discuss SB 562. Dr. Corinne Frugoni and Nurse Pat Kanzler discussed the importance of this bill on the KHSU Magazine. 


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Congressman Jared Huffman stopped by KHSU to talk with Econews Report's Tom Wheeler of EPIC.

“The way it should work, there should be a constructive friction between the parties as we try to get things done and we listen to each other. When that system works we eventually find common ground and that’s not happening right now,” says Huffman during his interview. 


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"If you are 1 % dehydrated, you will have a decrease in cognition and you won't be able to think clearly or make good decisions," says Jeffrey Smoller with Making Headway Center for brain recovery. Smoller and Claire Reynolds talked about the importance of drinking water for proper brain function on the Monday Magazine.


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Artistic Director for the Humboldt Music Academy Gregg Moore and family members Ben, Joshua and Eli Smith talk with Brian Curtis on the KHSU Magazine. Registration for the Spring semester  takes place Saturday Feb. 18 from 10 a.m.–1 p.m. in the foyer of the Fulkerson Recital Hall.  Classes start Saturday, March 11.  

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CenterArts is presenting three acoustic Hawaiian guitar masters to create a soul-stirring celebration of Hawaiian music. They stopped by KHSU to talk with Artistic Director with the Humboldt Music Academy, Gregg Moore.

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Roses are red, violets are blue.  It’s time for Valentunes. Once again the high school musicians of the ArMack Orchestra and Arcata High School Madrigal Choir are gearing-up for their much-anticipated February fund-raiser, Valentunes.  The singers stopped by the KHSU Magazine. 

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"There is always going to be a future in restoring the earth," says keynote speaker Thomas Dunklin.  He's presenting a “Restoration Retrospective,” a story of restoration on the north coast with an eye toward the future recovery of salmon and steelhead populations. 


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Local media maker Eileen McGee stopped by the KHSU studio to talk about Local Filmmakers Night and some of her documentaries. McGee's films will be shown on Wednesday, February 1  at the Eureka High School Lecture Hall beginning at 7 p.m.


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Northcoast Preparatory Academy students Cairo Aguilar, Rachel Post and Mattea Denney stop by KHSU to talk about their Junior/Senior show Wilde Ghosts & Coward Spirits, a spooky musical comedy, featuring song and dance, unique costumes and rollicking humor. Director Gretha Omey Stenger adapted the story of a wealthy American family that buys an English estate only to discover how Old World superstitions become a modern-day nuisance. Performances are at HSU's Gist Hall, Jan. 19-21, 7 pm, matinees Jan. 21 and 22, 2 pm.


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 Dick LaForge and Jeannine Kaprielian stopped by the KHSU studio to talk about bees. 

"When you go into a happy thriving hive in the Spring, the smells and the sounds - they just make you feel really good," explains  beekeeper Jeannine Kaprielian.

HSU's Extended Education is offering Practical Beekeeping beginning February 13 to May 1, 2017. 


Sound Opinion

This is a Christmas special like none other. Holiday music collector and expert Andy Cirzan scours record stores, dustbins and basements to find the best and most unique tunes for the season. And each year he treats Sound Opinions listeners to a much-anticipated hour of music and a free mix to download. This year’s compilation is called Warblings from the Enchanted Forest – rare pop, psychedelic, and soul Christmas recordings. Tune in Christmas Eve beginning at 7.

Michael Kauffmann

Local Author and owner of Back Country Press, Michael Kauffmann, stops by KHSU to talk about getting outside during the winter and taking a hike in Humboldt County. 


Be a Champion For The Arts

The Arts Now Humboldt Summit is a region-wide conference that will offer strategies and resources for bringing creative education to rural school districts. 

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