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Sunday, February 14, 2016
HUMBOLDT COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

Courtney Weaver & Object Heavy Play on Valentines Day

Cliff Berkowitz / Tuesday, Feb. 9 @ 9:21 a.m. / Event

KHUM is very proud to sponsor "Increase The Peace".  This wonderful, family friendly event is this Sunday, February 14th, Valentines Day at The Jam. The proceeds go to benefit the KHUM Stop The Violence fund. $5 - $10 sliding scale. On Thursday morning, February 11th I had a chance to talk with Courtney from her home in Seattle, WA.

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Bayley also spoke to Object Heavy drummer and owner of The Jam Pete Ciotti.  

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Courtney herself is a survivor domestic violence. After multiple surgeries to repair her injuries from being shot in the face by her then fiance she is back on the stage singing.  She has become an outspoken advocate for domestic violence prevention. Courtney speaks on in this interview courtesy of News 21.

 



The Toasters TONIGHT in Arcata

Bayley Brown / Friday, Feb. 12 @ 10:22 a.m. / Music

Bayley spoke to The Toasters frontman Bucket about what's going on with the band and about the show tonight at Humboldt Brews.  The Dubbadubs are opening.  It's $12, 21+, and starts at 9:30pm.  

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Bring Home a Furry Valentine

Bayley Brown / Wednesday, Feb. 10 @ 12:29 p.m. / Animals

Now is the time to take home a furry friend!  Several pooches passed their temperament test and now there is little room left in the adoptable dog kennels.  All adoptable dogs at the Humboldt County Animal Shelter are $50 through tomorrow.  That price includes spay and neuter, microchip, and basic shots.  

The shelter is open until 4 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. till 7 p.m. tomorrow.  You can head to Pet Harbor to get a current list of the dogs or call 707-840-9132.  

For more information, check out my conversation earlier with Humboldt County Animal Shelter Volunteer Coordinator Mara Segal.  

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Bigfoot Trail Alliance

Cliff Berkowitz / Tuesday, Feb. 9 @ 9:07 a.m. / Trails

This morning Emily and I spoke with Sage Glegg of the Bigfoot Trail Alliance. It's been nearly a year to the day since we last talked with Michael Kauffmann about the trail. Since then the Alliance has become an official 501C3 non-profit. This nearly 400 mile trail snakes through some of the most beautiful wilderness through several counties and states (California and Oregon). Sage who recently hiked the entire trail reported on its beauty and areas that need some love and improvement. Since the formation of the alliance, giving love and improvement to this treasure has been their goal. 

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Innovate Business Challange

Cliff Berkowitz / Thursday, Feb. 4 @ 8:43 a.m. / Youth

Decade of Difference once again presents the Innovate Business Challenge. By February 11th, high schoolers with a great business idea need to have their "elevator pitch" uploaded to DecadeOfDifference.org. This pitch is just a 90 second selfie video where students explain their idea in a short period of time.

This morning I spoke with Genevieve Regli, a previous Innovate Business Challenge winner who enthusiastically explained her concept and what students need to do this year to get in on the competition.

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Three Penny Opera

Bayley Brown / Wednesday, Feb. 3 @ 3:11 p.m. / Theater

Co-Founder of the Arcata Playhouse David Ferney and Artistic Producing Director for the Ferndale Repertory Theatre Leira Satlof came into the studio to talk about Three Penny Opera coming to the Arcata Playhouse Feb 5 through Feb 14 and the Ferndale Repertory Theatre Feb 19 through 28.  You can get advance tickets at Wildberries and the Ferndale Repertory Theatre.  

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McKinleyville Community Forest

Cliff Berkowitz / Tuesday, Feb. 2 @ 8:58 a.m. / Trails

Today Emily and I spoke with Greg Orsini, General Manager of the McKinleyville Community Services District about the McKinleyville Community Forest. An agreement has been worked out with Green Diamond and the proposed McKinleyville Community Forest is moving forward quickly. This 600 plus acre project is now seeking grant funding and could be a reality as quickly as 2 years.

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