Bayley Brown / Yesterday @ 2:22 p.m. / Music
Founding member and drummer of Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Kurt Sodergren called in earlier to talk about what's happening with the band! Come out to their show this Friday at Cher-Ae Heights Casino. Doors at 7. Show at 8. 21+
Find out more about tickets here.
Also take note, KHUM has MANY tickets to give away before the show.
Cliff Berkowitz / Yesterday @ 9:47 a.m. / Event
Coming up this Saturday from 10am till 6pm at Blue Ox Millworks at 1st and X streets in Eureka it's their 13th annual May Day celebration with microbrews, BBQ and loads of live music. This morning I spoke with Viviana Hollenbeck all about this family friendly event.
Cliff Berkowitz / Yesterday @ 9:09 a.m. / Trails
May is Bike Month, so this morning Emily and I talked with Mark Mueller and Justin Fricker about man of the events going on. There are regular Bike Kitchen and Rodeos, along with Bike to Work Day, the Humboldt Bike Challenge, part of the National Bike Challenge, Wheel In Wednesdays and so much more. More info at HumBike.org.
Bayley Brown / Monday, May 2 @ 2:04 p.m. / Education
Executive Director of the Redwood Discovery Museum Sarah Reed came in to raise awareness about their free day at the museum next Wednesday, May 11.
The museum is located at 612 G Street, Suite 102, in Eureka. They are open from 10 AM till 4 PM Tuesday through Saturday and 12 PM till 4 PM on Sunday.
Find out more at https://discovery-museum.org
Bayley Brown / Friday, April 29 @ 12:40 p.m. / Music
That Dog Was A Band Now traveled in from Blue Lake to play a few songs and talk about their show tomorrow at The World Famous Logger Bar. They're opening for another band that they are in, Flock of Foreigners. It's Flock of Foreigners two year reunion show.
Come out to the show, enjoy yourself, and give them a donation so they can record their EP!
Also, check out their thesis project May 12-14 and 18-20 at Dell'Arte.
From Left to Right: Dustin Allen, Linus Wiberg, Jared Mongeau
Bayley Brown / Thursday, April 28 @ 10:45 a.m. / Culture
I spoke with Hawaiian Chieftain First Mate Cody Carnathan about what it's like living on a tall ship, their educational programs, and a few other interesting things.
The Hawaiian Chieftain and Lady Washington will be at the Bonnie Gool Dock (by the Adorni Center) until May 1 when they leave for Crescent City.
For more information about their schedule and the two weeks before the mast program check out http://historicalseaport.org/
Lady Washington (Left) and Hawaiian Chieftain (Right)
Cliff Berkowitz / Wednesday, April 27 @ 9:26 a.m. / Event
With May almost here it was time to have Kati Texas from the Kinetic Universe down the the KHUM studios to talk all things Kinetic. First off on Mother's Day, May 8th at the Sacco Amphitheater in Eureka, it's the Kinetic Classic. Children compete in 3 different age brackets in a scaled down kinetic sculpture race. It starts at 1pm and is free. More info at KineticGrandChampionship.com. Next it's the Rutabaga Ball coming up Saturday May 21st at Redwood Raks in Arcata. Then of course it's the big event: The Great Arcata to Ferndale Kinetic Sculpture Race, also know as the Kinetic Grand Championship, memorial day weekend, May 28th through May 30th.
Of course, KHUM will be bringing you live, up to the minute race coverage from all parts of the course all weekend long. And this year we are teaming up with the Lost Coast Outpost to bring you the best and most complete imagery from the course.