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Tom Wheeler talks to Rick Tolley about a benefit art show upstairs at Umpqua Bank in Arcata that includes work from Karuk youth paintouts, art safaris, and Orleans elementary schoolkids.  The artwork benefits the Mid Klamath Watershed Council.

Also, Rob Diperna with EPIC talks about the Paris Accord, and potential strategies to sidestep America's withdrawal from it. 


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Blackburn & Snow was a Bay Area-based musical duo featuring KHSU's Halimah the Dreamah. The band was at ground zero of San Francisco's musical counterculture during the legendary Summer of Love.

Halimah talks to Bob Doran about the Summer of Love, performing at the Magic Mountain Music Festival, and some of her musical experiences.


[UPDATE: This webcast has now concluded, but you can still view/rewind for highlights.]

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Former FBI Director James Comey testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday about his conversations with President Donald Trump and the FBI's investigation of possible Trump campaign connections to Russia. 

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This week, Marimba music has echoed through the halls at Humboldt State, due to the International Katarzyna Myćka Marimba Academy. World-renown Marimba soloist Katarzyna Myćka and Marimba One founder Ron Samuels talk to Wendy Butler about the melodic percussion instrument. 


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This week on Artwaves, learn about Raven Project's two-year collaboration with Dell'Arte. They'll present Checked In: A Queer Cabaret, featuring poetry, songs, and theatrical performances by queer youth at Synapsis during Arts Alive, June 3 at 7pm.

Also on this week's show, enjoy a preview of North Coast Open Studios. Artists across Humboldt will open up their creative spaces for a countywide celebration of process and place. 


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"We don't encourage microphone singing," says Humboldt Light Opera Company's Carol Ryder.  She and HLOC work to instill traditional musical theater skills in local youth. She's joined by  Caleb Weiss and Abby Hasting-Tharpe, two of nine Humboldt youth bound for New York City's Broadway Student Summit. Two benefit concerts (June 2 & 3, 7pm at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Bayside) will benefit that trip.

Additionally, HLOC's KidCo is hosting summer camps soon. 

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"So a professor, and environmentalist, and a fisherman walk into a bar... " That's how host Tom Wheeler opens this salmon-focused episode of the EcoNews Report.

"I  think what we've established here tonight is that we have vast hiking riches," says Kevin Hoover. 

On this week’s Thursday Night Talk, it’s all about trails and the people who create, maintain, and document them.

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Today on Artwaves, Wendy Butler and guests discuss two local theater offerings: Dell'Arte's Thesis Festival and North Coast Rep's production of the Gilbert & Sullivan classic HMS Pinafore.


Amy Goodman spoke in Eureka on Sunday to a packed room.

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Have you seen a rhino on 101? 

Matt Meyer of RhinoRide.org tells Tom Wheeler that he's not a cyclist. He is, however, a safari guide and conservationist who says that a rhino is poached once every 8 hours. 

He's towing  this sculpture by bike down the west coast, which he says is "home to some of the most intense illicit wildlife trade in the US."

In this episode, Wheeler drops a pop quiz on Meyer as they discuss the plight of the rhino. [Click for video]

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The Sanctuary  presents “Subjective Realities”, sculptural works by Benjamin Funke and students from College of the Redwoods and Humboldt State University. The show, opening Friday for Arts Arcata, incorporates 3D design across a wide range of media. 

"We wanted the show to have a broad title, and we felt that subjective realities could be applied to each person's own viewpoint and still have room to play wth each person's viewpoint," Funke tells Wendy Butler. Funke is joined by Carissa Clark and Kody Barnes for this episode of Artwaves.

Lorna Bryant hosted a special Race Beat Radio town hall.

Local officials, Humboldt State representatives and spokesmen from the HSU organization, Brothers United, provided official statements related to the David Josiah Lawson murder case to quell fears, rumors and misinformation. 


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Wendy Butler talks with members of the Humboldt County Teen Court about their upcoming art show.

Also on the program,  Natalie Craig and Marceau Verdiere talk about their show at Black Faun gallery (pictured).


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Democracy Now! is providing special live coverage of the Washington DC People’s Climate March from 7am-12pm on Saturday, April 29. 

*Click here Saturday morning.*

Amy Goodman will be in Eureka on May 14th.

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