KHSU Magazine

Monday-Friday 1PM-1:30PM

KHSU's weekday newsmagazine. Highlighting north coast news, people, places, and events. Hosts include Lorna Bryant, Brian Curtis, Danielle Orr, Claire Reynolds, and Katie Whiteside. 

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What drove Alexander to conquer much of the known world?  Why did Pompey lack the will to overcome Caesar?  Solomon and Mary review biographies of famous Greeks and Romans from Plutarch’s Lives.


Redwood Region Audobon Society Banquet and Auction

Feb 9, 2018
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Join Redwood Region Audubon Society for its annual banquet and auction! Doug Forsell, retired U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist, will give a fascinating presentation entitled “Howland, Baker, and Jarvis Islands: Our Most Remote National Wildlife Refuges." Harriet Hill joined Danielle Orr on the KHSU Magazine to invite the community.

"No Ivy League" Volunteers

Jan 26, 2018
Danielle Orr

Patrick's Point State Park and Trinidad State Beach Volunteers Kim Tays and Marijane Poulton are helping to save our State Parks from being overrun with ivy and you can help! Watch native plants resurface after the ivy is gone! The "No Ivy League" an ivy plucking group organized by Kim Tays meets every Friday from 10-12 pm, and there are upcoming work days scheduled February 10, 2018 for Trinidad State Beach, and March 10, 2018 for Patrick's Point State Park from 9:00 a.m. until noon. Call Michelle at 677-3109 or email: michelle.forys@parks.ca.gov. if you would like more information. Listen to the KHSU Magazine interview with Danielle Orr.  


Arcata Presbyterian Church Renovations

Jan 19, 2018
Danielle Orr

Christie McLain told KHSU Magazine host Danielle Orr that the Arcata Presbyterian Church is almost done with most of the immediate renovations needed due to the September 2017 arson fire. The fire, which seriously injured a person sleeping on the church steps, put a hold on renovation projects. The Arcata Presbyterian Church has housed support group meetings, yoga, martial arts, violin lessons, folk dancers as well as weekly worship over the years. McLain, who also feeds the hungry weekly, says they are ready to revisit renovation planning and that the community oriented church will have an upcoming concert with the Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir and auction to help with funding the renovations.  


To Catch the Rain, Lonny Grafman

Jan 19, 2018
Danielle Orr

To Catch the Rain is the new book authored by Humboldt State University Lecturer, Lonny Grafman. The book is about communities coming together to literally, catch the rain! Lonny joined Danielle Orr in the KHSU studios during the KHSU Magazine to talk about the book and kickstarter campaign for the book, which at the time of the interview was in it's final hours.

The kickstarter campaign hit their goal as I post this to the website!! Congratulations Lonny!!


www.facebook.com/ahandthroughthesmoke/

A Hand Through The Smoke is a film exploring the human face of the nuclear weapons industry through inter-generational conversation. The film brings young adults to this international conversation by introducing youth activists to mentors and peacemaking experts from diverse backgrounds --- scientists, activists, policy advisors, and people displaced by testing and mining. 

Emmy award winning lighting director Edmond Deraedt spoke with KHSU's Lorna Bryant about the film and the fundraising campaign designed to assist in completing the project. They have a Facebook page for updates and info.


FCC 2017 Ruling on Net Neutrality

Dec 22, 2017
Danielle Orr

In a recent ruling, the FCC has re-reclassified broadband as a Title I information service and repealed all the prior net neutrality rules.  Executive Director for Access Humboldt, Sean McLaughlin speaks to Danielle Orr about the latest FCC ruling.


“We want to know if people support on-site consumption of cannabis and whether they want to see that in the downtown Arcata area,” explains Jeanette Todd of Arcata Main Street. Todd and Brian Curtis discuss a survey Arcata Main Street is distributing to businesses on the Arcata Plaza to determine if recreational cannabis shops will be welcomed on the Plaza. 


Ferndale Repertory Theater Madeline's Christmas

Dec 15, 2017

Ferndale Repertory Theater presents Madeline's Christmas, actors Grace Humphreys and Jaison Chand join the KHSU Magazine and Danielle Orr to talk about acting and performing at the Ferndale Repertory. The show is in the last few days of performances, both actors hope you will go down to the Victorian Village of Ferndale to see the show!! Jaison says the new seats in the theater are very comfy!!

Last shows are December 15, 16, and 17th!


California State Water Board is holding a workshop  in Eureka  today at 10 a.m.in the Adorni Center for those involved in cannabis cultivation. Daniel Schultz, Environmental Program Manager in the Cannabis Section,  spoke with Brian Curtis on the KHSU Magazine about various new regulations that will begin on January 1, 2018. The workshop is free and all are encouraged to attend.

Katie Whiteside

"How do I get them (the audience) to look up to see, to be engaged, to feel and experience the cycle(music)?” explains David Powell. The operatic tenor discusses his performance of Franz Schubert's Die Schone Mullerin that adds a visual layer of shadow play. Master puppeteer James Hildebrandt from Dell’Arte performs a shadow play to accompany each song during the performance. Piano virtuoso John Chernoff accompanies. The performance takes place on Saturday, December 9th at Christ Episcopal Church in Eureka at 8 p.m.


Lonny Grafman

This design with a simple instruction basically allows children to create a really intricate awesome geometric pattern that they might not be able to otherwise freehand themselves. explains Aren Page.


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Do you know what your health risks are if you are working in the cannabiz? 

Chant'e Catt and Mike Barnes of the HSU Homeless Student Advocate Alliance came by the KHSU studio to talk about the Housing Alternative Insights events November 28-30.


From Buddha to Wotan to Luke Skywalker, the hero’s journey remains remarkably the same across cultures and generations.  This is Joseph Campbell’s thesis in his “Hero With a Thousand Faces”.  Join Mary and Solomon as they discuss Campbell’s “monomyth” which reveals how much we all have in common.

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