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Humboldt Hot Air takes over local radio airwaves

by Eddie Carpenter Nearly four years ago, Cal Poly Humboldt decided to abandon local-based programming for KHSU. This heartbreaking decision left local radio personalities with no creative outlet to broadcast from. Recently, some of those same people were able to

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John Chernoff does it all

by August Linton John Chernoff doesn’t carry most of the music he plays with him. Instead, the students he plays with bring it to him. He’s been the on-staff piano accompanist at Cal Poly Humboldt for what he figures to

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Glass art with John Gibbons

by Lex Valtenbergs Tucked away in a small alley behind Six Rivers Solar on Broadway in Eureka is John Gibbons Glass. At his glass art workshop, Gibbons can be found coaxing hot molten glass into stunning art pieces or after

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New A24 film shows off the beauty of Humboldt County

by Sophia Escudero On Friday, Feb. 11, the A24 movie “The Sky is Everywhere” premiered on Apple TV+, accompanied by a red carpet event in Old Town Eureka. Filming took place locally on such locations as Moonstone Beach, Arcata High

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Defining Black History Month

by August Linton To Zephie Harvey, Black History Month is an acknowledgment of the depth and value of Black heritage and culture. “Black History month means looking back at my heritage and knowing where we came from,” said Harvey. However,

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Arcane Review: Alternative Canon Done Right

Two months ago, ‘Arcane’ dropped and took the world by force. The animated steampunk series is a League of Legends adaptation that debuts a few show-exclusive characters, most notably the villainous kingpin Silco. For people who don’t play League, ‘Arcane’

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Punk Patchwork

Today’s punk scene is still carrying on the tradition of patching their jackets

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