KHSU Staff

Thomas Dunklin, used with permission

"It's about time scientists ... go on the offensive," Mike Manetas told EcoNews Report's Jen Kalt. Amid the speakers, marchers, and colorful signs, Kalt asked people why they marched for science. 


Redwood Curtain

"The title isn't just about his nickname. It's also about the third stage of life," says Christina Jioras.

Third, Redwood Curtain's 75th production, opens Thursday.  Jioras and Joey Lawrence talk to Wendy Butler about the show's production and undertones.


PRE-SALE TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT.

A LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR.

KHSU proudly presents Amy Goodman, live at the Sequoia Conference Center on May 14th. The Democracy Now! host is currently on her "The Media Is Not The Enemy Tour".

  • Sunday May 14, Noon - 2 pm
  • Sequoia Conference Center, 901 Myrtle Ave, Eureka (view on Google Maps)

PROGRAMMING NOTE: KHSU will air special coverage of this weekend's March For Science from Democracy Now! and the California Report. 

Democracy Now's March For Science special coverage will air from 9am-11am Saturday morning. March for Science coverage resumes at 1pm with a California Report March For Science special.   This coverage is in place of regularly-scheduled programming. Next week, the EcoNews Report will bring coverage of the local edition of the March For Science (details below).

Charmaine Lawson, mother of HSU student David Josiah Lawson - along with family and friends - joined Lorna Bryant in the KHSU studios to talk about her son's life.

Through tears and laughter, the interview shared some of the beauty David Josiah Lawson offered in his young life.


Rob Fowler/Northcoast Environmental Center

"Birds have always been a gateway to being outdoors," Gary Friedrichsen says. "It's a very easy way to get involved with nature in general." He and Sue Leskiw discuss Godwit Days and the Third Annual Tim McKay Birdathon with Delia Bense-Kang.

The Humboldt State University family and extended community are heartbroken at the death of HSU student, David Josiah Lawson. A statement honoring Josiah was aired on KHSU. 

A celebration of life for David Josiah Lawson will be held on Thursday, April 20, at 5 p.m. in the Kate Buchanan Room.


 Have you seen the psychological/social thriller, "Get Out"?

Would you like to share your thoughts or movie experience on KHSU?

With guests Jill Larrabee, Patty Yancey and Malcolm Chanaiwa, Lorna Bryant hosted Thursday Night Talk: The Race Beat on April 20.


Wendy Butler speaks with the director and two actors from Humboldt State's production of Real Women Have Curves. The show opens April 21st at the Gist Hall Theatre.

Access Humboldt

KHSU's new general manager Peter Fretwell sat down with Access Humboldt's Dave Silverbrand to discuss community radio philosophy, changes in the analog-digital landscape, and developing a new Spanish-language audio service.

McClatchey

What happens when a family physician asks "Where's the biggest need?"

Dr. Wendy Ring talks to Corinne Frugoni about puppetry, climate change, and local health issues. 


How organizers describe this weekend's Dada cabaret at Synapsis Nova:

"da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da starring Duane Edward Flatmo and others da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da d da da da da... "

There's more, as Zuzka Sabata and Leslie Castellano explain to Wendy Butler.

Also, students from Sunnybrae Middle school and members Chubritza International Folk Band discuss a benefit concert at the Sanctuary in Arcata.


"You use the gifts that you've been given, in the place where you are," says Melanie DeMore. "For me, that's how you become an activist." DeMore, a founding member of Grammy-nominated vocal ensemble Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir is giving a free concert at the Kate Buchanan Room Saturday at 7pm.

DeMore talks to Lorna Bryant about 'leading with love', confronting fear, and musical pounding sticks. 


Eric Kirk's Open Mic

Mar 24, 2017

From Humboldt's county's civil rights resolution to the Affordable Care Act, find out what happens when Eric Kirk opens the phones. 

Also, a former forest activist and marijuana grower makes his case in favor of Donald Trump.


NCRT

Wendy Butler talks to cast and crew from Eureka High's production of Seussical and North Coast Repertory Theater's production of Richard III

NCRT's production of the Shakespeare classic opens March 23 and runs through April 13.

According to the North Coast Journal, EHS Players present "a well-crafted mish-mash of several of Dr. Seuss's most beloved stories." It opens Friday and runs through April 1st.


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