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Changing Identities, and Taking Back Power

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Introducing The Bay

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The story of the Jamaican women's Olympic bobsled team was already rife with cinematic drama and imbued with a fairy tale-like quality.

Just like their male counterparts of 30 years ago — who first made it to the Calgary Olympics in 1988 and on whom the movie Cool Runnings is based — Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian and Carrie Russell are hoping to become the first Jamaican women competitors in their winter games debut.

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival announced Friday that its artistic director, Bill Rauch, will be leaving after 13 years.

Rauch is moving to New York to become the first artistic director of the Perelman Center for Performing Arts at the World Trade Center.

Rauch became OSF’s fifth artistic director in 2007 after several seasons as a guest director, and his accomplishments have moved the festival into the center of the national theater conversation.

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"Home Away From Home" Potluck Event

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Listen to KHSU Magazine guests Pauli Bachemin, Dr. Wayne Brumfield, Christian Boyd and Elijah Chandler talk about the upcoming potluck at the D Street Neighborhood Center on Sunday February 18, 2018 from 5 to 7 p.m. The theme this time is "Soul Food" for Black History Month, and you are invited to bring a potluck dish for eight people, join in to meet with college students who are away from home and in our community. This event is a collaborative effort with the City of Arcata and the HSU Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion event. Next potluck will be on April 1st, 2018 from 5 to 7p.m., to celebrate Chavez Day.


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A Kentucky teenager faces two counts of murder and 14 counts of first-degree assault in charges stemming from a January 23 shooting at Marshall County High School, in Benton, Ky.

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Wildfires aren't like other natural disasters. You can't trace a hurricane to the first gust of wind, but you actually can trace your way back to a wildfire's first spark. And sometimes, someone has to pay.

In 2007, the Witch Creek Fire caused billions of dollars worth of damage in Southern California. While the fire was still burning, wildfire investigators showed up on the scene, and traced the flames back to where they began. The results spawned a ten year legal battle over who should pay for the damage.

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