KHSU Magazine

Monday-Friday 1PM-1:30PM

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

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Thinking With Your Heart

Feb 21, 2017
Making Headway Facebook Page

Jeffrey Smoller  from Making Headway Recovery Program Center stopped by the KHSU Magazine Show to talk with host Brian Curtis.  Smoller explains the connection between the heart and the brain and how emotions can actually determine one's thought process. 

Katie Whiteside

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.

ArMack publicity coordinator

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. 

Thomas Dunklin's FB page

"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. 


http://www.general-ebooks.com/book/75877587-the-wasps-by-aristophanes

Mary and Solomon, from the Northcoast Book Discussion Group discuss The Wasps by Aristophanes.


Black Violin Facebook Page

Black Violin, the classically trained string instrumentalist duo, will bring their melding of hip hop, bluegrass, rock and baroque music to Humboldt State's Van Duzer Theater January 25, 2017. Black Violin is comprised of Kev Marcus on violin and Wil B. on viola. KHSU's Lorna Bryant spoke with Kev Marcus ahead of Black Violin's upcoming performance.

More information about Black Violin's Van Duzer Theater performance at Humboldt State University can be found here.


Humboldt Steelhead Days

Jan 2, 2017
HumboldtSteelheadDays.com

According to HumboldtSteelheadDays.com, "Many consider the North Coast of California to be the birthplace of salmonid fisheries restoration. Humboldt Steelhead Days’ primary purpose is to showcase and fundraise for this important work – and have some fun in the process!"

 

Mary Burke of CalTrout and Dana Stoltzman of Salmonid Restoration Federation discuss the months-long countywide celebration of winter steelhead and the coastal rivers that nourish them. 


Kym Kemp

Keith Slauson, Science Coordinator with the Humboldt Marten Conservation Group, talks with Danielle Orr about his presentation through The Sequoia Park Zoo Conservation Lecture Series. His talk takes place on Wednesday, December 14th at the Flamingo Room. 

Geologist Lori Dengler Discusses the 6.5M Quake

Dec 9, 2016
JEden

"Things started to sway." Like many North Coast residents, geologist Lori Dengler woke up to yesterday's earthquake. "And that means I had to get up, go downstairs and start figuring out the story." 


BillAyers.com

"I grew up in enormous privelege," activist Bill Ayers tells KHSU's Danielle Orr.  "I found myself awakening to a world in flames, a world out of balance, and I knew I wanted to be part of the solution." 

The noted dissident will talk about his new book, Demand the Impossible! A Radical Manifesto at Northtown Books on Friday

Sam Woods

Brenda Starr talks with HSU assistant professor of Psychology Dr. Amber Gaffney and student Sam Woods about the surveys  they are conducting with fellow student Berkeley Kijsriopas at both the Republican and Democratic Conventions.

KHSU's Homepage spoke with Josh Barnes, local stand-up comedian and the headliner of the group of funny people taking over the stage of the Ferndale Repertory Theater Saturday July 23rd.  Hosted by James Stephen this evening of comedy will feature five local talents: Nando Molina, Josh Barnes, Matt Redbeard, Kim Hodges and Jessica Grant. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Doors open at 7:15 pm and the show starts at 8 pm. Parental discretion is advised. 

Dr. Eloi Hoopman and Susan Wardrip, RN talked with KHSU on the Homepage about immunizing children before the school year begins and the changes to the rules eliminating the "Personal Belief Exemption" for child vaccines after California's SB 277 became law.

Dr. Hoopman is a physician with the Open Door Community Health Centers. Wardrip is a nurse and the immunization coordinator for Humboldt County Department of Health and Human Services.


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