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Friday, February 12, 2016
HUMBOLDT COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

KHUM's 20th Birthday Bash is THIS SATURDAY!!!

Cliff Berkowitz / Monday, Dec. 14, 2015 @ 10:33 a.m. / Party!!!

 

 

 

 

As incredible as it may seem, KHUM is about to turn 20 years old! The party is THIS SATURDAY NIGHT, January 9th at the Adorni Center in Eureka. Live music, food, drink, and more fun than humans should be allowed to have! Doors open at 7:30, The party starts at 8 and goes till midnight.

The Bands:


Great local beer from Lost Coast Brewery, Mad River Brewery, Eel River Brewery, Six Rivers Brewery and Redwood Curtain Brewing Co. and wine from Briceland Vineyards. Delicious local food from Rita's Margaritas & Grill, Folie Douce and Ramone's Bakery & Cafe. Plus we will have a limited quantity of special commemorative tee shirts and cups available.

PLEASE NOTE: Our 10 year party at the Bayside Grange sold out, so we moved to the Arcata Theater Lounge for our 15th, it sold out too. So we have booked the Adorni Center this time for the 20th. This time we hope we don't have to turn anyone away. However, I'd get there early to be safe.

This event will is also a fundraiser for: Stop the Violence and Humboldt Trails Council

It's $8 in advance (get them here) and $10 at the door.  We'll see you at the party this Saturday, as we party like it's 1996!

Oh, and don't forget to RSVP on the Facebook event

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Big thanks to Debi Farber Bush for helping to coordinate this big event and to our wonderful sponsors! 

 

 

                  

 

 

              

 

            

 

                                           



Open Your Heart to a Open House: Humboldt County Animal Shelter Event This Weekend

Bayley Brown / Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015 @ 4:06 p.m. / Animals

It's time to get your tail down to the Humboldt County Animal Shelter for a doggone good time as they host an open house this Saturday from noon 'til 4 p.m. 

In addition to tours and refreshments, a silent auction will be held to benefit the emergency medical fund (administered by Friends for Life, which means it's safe from county budget woes).  The auction is the primary fundraiser for the emergency medical fund and it pays for needed medical treatment for shelter animals above the $250 budget for each animal.  If you can't make the open house, they're accepting bids tomorrow from 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. and Friday from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m.  

Saturday's open house also provides a rare weekend opportunity to adopt from the shelter.  

For more information about the open house and volunteer opportunities please visit the Humboldt County Animal Shelter's Facebook page and check out my conversation earlier today on KHUM with Mara Segal, Volunteer Coordinator at the shelter.  

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Here are a few items up for auction!

 

... and a few cats and dogs that are available! 

 

this is Josie

Grace

Reegan

Cody

and Gracie



It's a Harmonic Convergence of Weather

Cliff Berkowitz / Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015 @ 8 a.m. / How 'Bout That Weather

This morning I spoke with Troy Nicolini of the National Weather Service office on Woodley Island. No less that six different weather warnings appear on the NOAA weather website, so I asked Troy what we can expect out of this system. In a word, flooding --specifically coastal flooding Thursday and Friday. High tides combined with a significant storm surge and big surf add up to flooding in the coastal areas that normally don't flood.

Right now Nicolini warns drivers to watch for localized flooding on the roadways. We've had an inch of rain (at the Arcata rain gauge) in the past 24 hours with more heavy rain expected through Thursday morning. Storm drains can become overwhelmed with that much rain, causing a lot of water to build up on the area roadways. Troy also warned of small streams and culverts flooding as well.

With regard to our local rivers: Although they will rise, no flooding is expected on the major rivers. For example, the Eel River at Fernbridge is expected to top out at 7 feet by  9 a.m. tomorrow. Flood warning is at 14 feet, and flood stage is at 20 feet.

Audio of our talk follows:

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Covelo Trail Project

Cliff Berkowitz / Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015 @ 9:21 a.m. / Trails

This morning Emily and I spoke with Phil Dow of the Mendocino Council of Governments about the Covelo Trail Project. This will be a class one trail that is being enthusiastically supported by the community.

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RampArt 5th Annual Film and Photo Fest

Bayley Brown / Friday, Dec. 4, 2015 @ 3:31 p.m. /

Bayley went and spoke to a few RampArt folks about the Film and Photo Fest tonight! RampArt is a cool nonprofit.  

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Eureka Bike Kitchen

Cliff Berkowitz / Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015 @ 11:07 a.m. / Trails

This morning Emily and I were live at Wildberries Marketplace in Arcata. And we talked on the phone with Jess and Francis from the Community Bike Kitchen in Eureka at the old Jefferson School on B Street.

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Food Drive All Week LIVE

Cliff Berkowitz / Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015 @ 11:06 a.m. / Food

KHUM is once again teaming up with Food For People as part of the Holiday Spirit Food & Fund Drive. And once again, KHUM will be broadcasting live from area supermarkets encouraging our listeners to help out with the drive either by donating food or funds at the location. However, this year, KHUM is notching it up our commitment.

In the past each day of the campaign, one of our DJs would do their show live from the store and we would get call-ins the rest of the day from a Food for People representative. This year we will be live from each location all day! The following is a list of where we will be when:

Monday 11-30 North Coast Coop, Eureka 6am - 6pm LIVE

Tuesday 12-1 Wildberries, Arcata 6am - 7pm LIVE

Wednesday 12-2 Grocery Outlet, Eureka 8am - 6pm LIVE

Thursday 12-3 Rays Food Place, McKinleyville 6am - 6pm LIVE

Friday 12-4 Eureka Natural Foods, Eureka 6am - 7pm LIVE

We encourage you to please come out had help. A huge percentage of our community suffer from food insecurity, the vast majority are working families. A small amount goes a long way. We hope to see you at your closest location.