Cliff Berkowitz / Wednesday, Oct. 30 @ 8:59 a.m. / Nutrition
Caterina Lewis-Perry of Locally Delicious once again joins Cliff in the KHUM studios to talk about "The Other Side Of Eating." This is a free series of classes on easy meal preparation on a budget. Participants will learn how to plan, shop and cook nutritious meals on a limited budget. Classes are Saturday November 2nd from 10am - 2pm at the Arcata Co-op and from 11am - 2:30 at the Mid Klamath Watershed Council on Highway 36 in Orleans. Call 707-440-9326 to sign up.
Cliff Berkowitz / Wednesday, Oct. 30 @ 7:41 a.m. / Education
Cliff talks with Kathy Smith of Collage of the Redwoods about their Open House this Saturday from 10am till 1pm on the campus of CR. You will see the new buildings and smart classroom features thanks to Proposition Q.
Mike Dronkers / Tuesday, Oct. 29 @ 3:45 p.m. / Community
What if instead of throwing your money at Wall Street, you could keep your dollars right here on the north coast?
Julie Fulkerson explores this topic on her KEET-TV program, North Coast Perspectives.
Fulkerson, Fund Humboldt's Seth Geddes, and Humboldt Area Foundation executive director Patrick Cleary [disclosure: Cleary owns KHUM's parent company] spoke on KHUM today about what local investment looks like from grassroots crowdfunding up to self-directed IRAs.
View previous episodes of North Coast Perspectives here.
NORTH COAST PERSPECTIVES: Alternative Investments with Patrick Cleary, Kathy Moxon, Seth Geddes
Airs Wednesday, October 30 at 7:30 p.m. on KEET-HD
Community Investing takes on new meaning in this North Coast Perspectives conversation. Humboldt County is richly diverse with business start-ups. One thing they all have in common…cash flow…and sometimes the need for capital investment. Our guests have years of experience in banking, investing, regional planning and crowd-sourcing. Learn about new possibilities to grow our economy.
Larry Trask / Tuesday, Oct. 29 @ 1:29 p.m. / Cocktail
"First you take a drink, then the drink takes a drink, then the drink takes you." -- F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Scott and Zelda were the symbols of the American roaring twenties, and they were often roaring drunk themselves. But the Jazz Age begat the Great Depression and Zelda succumbed to madness. Later, on the verge of war, Scott died of a heart attack in Hollywood. I bring this up for no particular reason.
When he was going strong, however, Scott favored gin and in particular, the rickey. A rickey is a subset of cocktails, primarily characterized by the presence of lemon or lime, seltzer, simple syrup, gin (though sometimes rum or whiskey) and typically little else. The first and greatest of the rickeys is the lime rickey, sometimes called a gin rickey or, simply, just "rickey".
For books by and about F. Scott Fitzgerald, check out North Town Books in Arcata.
2 oz gin
3/4 oz fresh lime juice
seltzer or club soda
simple syrup to taste
Pour gin and lime juice into chilled highball glass filled with ice. Top with seltzer and simple syrup to taste. Stir gently, garnish with lime wheel and serve with straw.
Mike Dronkers / Tuesday, Oct. 29 @ 12:42 p.m. / Humboldt
UPDATE, 1:48pm. It looked like this. Thanks to Addie for the picture.
UPDATE, 1:18 pm: Zombino preview.
UPDATE, 12:56 pm: KHUM Listener Lance reports that the Arcata Plaza dancing prophecy is coming to pass.
UPDATE, 12:49 pm: Zombies are boarding the bus in an orderly fashion.
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12:42 pm: As was foretold on today's Lowdown, zombie sightings are coming to us from Arcata. First report: Zombies got off school buses at Murphy's in Sunny Brae (see below).
[PS - What is the scientific term for juvenile zombies?]
Thanks to KHUM listener "Macho Dan" in Arcata for the photo.
Thanks to KHUM listener Holly for the photo
Cliff Berkowitz / Tuesday, Oct. 29 @ 9:43 a.m. / Trails
Cliff and Emily talk with Karen Diemer about the Coastal Commission, CalTrans and the progress of the Arcata to Eureka Bay Trail. Progress on the Arcata Ridge Trail is also discussed.