KRFH is seeking a talented individual to design and create our Spring 2014 Program Guide cover artwork. This is a great opportunity for you to get your artwork/name out in the community, because we distribute hundreds of our program guides each semester. Interested artists should send an email expressing their interest, as well as a resume and work samples to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to apply is Friday, December 20th at 5 p.m. Oh–and did we mention, this gig pays? Good luck!
Tickets for the TEDxYouth@Humboldt Bay are almost gone. Only a few children’s tickets remain for the live talk at the Arcata Theatre Lounge this Sunday, Nov. 17, however you need not fret.
The Arcata Playhouse will be opening it’s doors to those of us who didn’t get tickets to the ATL. So you have a choice, you can either watch a live video stream with a big group of folks at the Playhouse, you can try to sneak into the ATL, or you can watch the TEDx from your very own couch.
That’s right. You can stream this local TEDx right from your very own home. Click the link here on Sunday to watch!
Have you always wanted to make a pumpkin pie from scratch, but never knew how? I promise you, it’s easy!
Check out my easy instructions for roasting your own pumpkin.
Once you’ve got your blended pumpkin flesh, try out this pie recipe. This is the one I use and they always turn out great!
Wondering where to pick up a pumpkin? These are mostly carving pumpkins, but you can still make them into pies. They are a bit tougher (stringier) and sometimes waterier than sugar pumpkins.
It was probably one of the most intense moments that the students involved with Humboldt State Universities student newspaper, The Lumberjack, will remember when they look back at their college-newspapering days. For those of you poking around KRFH.net, here’s an early look at tonight’s KRFH TALX show.
You can always tune in at 6:00 p.m. for KRFH TALX by clicking “Listen Live!” Oh–read the LJ too! It comes out Wednesday’s in Arcata and on campus, but you can get the news early by going online to thelumberjack.org.