Saturday, October 27, 2018

The Classic Rock Rewind Today 2-4 Pm Pacific

I have a great show coming up at 2 pm on www.radiovegas.rocks The Classic Rock Rewind is free but not on demand at the website above. You can use the free mobile app for your tablet, or phone available here: http://radiovegas.rocks/app/

Just some of today's music includes, The Jeff Beck Group, David Crosby, Bob Dylan, U-2, Jefferson Airplane, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Kinks, Joe Jackson, Steely Dan, Midnight Oil, Gary Wright and Ronald Reagan.

The Classic Rock Rock Rewind 2-4 pm Pacific Saturdays, catch reruns Sunday and Thursdays at the same time. 

Friday, October 26, 2018

KGOE AM 1480 Finally Gets Live Internet Stream


Local Progressive Newstalk radio station KGOE 1480 in Eureka  California has finally joined the 21st. century and added a live stream to their AM broadcasts. The mostly progressive Newstalk station is one of the few commercial progressive broadcast stations left in the country. 

People can listen live at www.kgoe.com  when there, click listen live in the upper left. This works on computers, tablets and phones alike. 




Thursday, October 25, 2018

Access Humboldt Provides Election Soap Box

Posted October 24th, 2018

AH Press Releases
Access Humboldt provides an electronic soapbox for candidates and everyone who has a view to share regarding local elections!

In addition to airing on cable TV channels and KZZH-FM 96.7, a collection of locally produced video programs covering candidates and issues on the ballot is available online at Access Humboldt's website - click on "Election Coverage!" http://www.accesshumboldt.net/site/humboldt-county-2018-election-coverag...

In addition to Access Humboldt productions, we've gathered links to KEET's candidate forums and all the local video programs we can find to support voter education and awareness. This listing will be updated as new videos become available. http://www.accesshumboldt.net/site/humboldt-county-2018-election-coverag...

If you know of any video available that should be in this collection, please let us know!

Here is Access Humboldt's programming policy for election related programs:

"Political Programming

The usual television election laws such as The Fairness Doctrine, Personal Attack rule, and Equal Time
provisions, do not apply to public access channels.

Candidates for local office may produce programs or appear on other programs, in the same manner as any other member of the community.

No paid advertising will be accepted on behalf of any candidate for public office or political parties, including promoting and or opposing ballot issues by supporting groups or lobbying organizations.

Political candidates and advocates for ballot issues are welcome to utilize the services on the same terms as other access users. AH maintains the right to limit the length and frequency of political programming in the same manner that it imposes these limits on other programs.

In fulfilling its role as a vehicle for community and communication, AH shall make an effort to sponsor or encourage balanced, unbiased political programming events. AH also reserves the right to preempt other programming in order to provide timely local election-related programming. AH may also reserve a sufficient block of airtime during each political season to enable a wide selection of political programs to be cablecast."

For more information contact: info@accesshumboldt.net, tel: 707-476-1798

Sunday, October 14, 2018

One More Meeting Tomorrow On Trinidad Rancheria Hotel Proposal

This from The North Coast Journal,

Those concerned about the Trinidad Rancheria's plans to build a six-story hotel on the bluff above Scenic Drive will have another chance to ask questions at a second public meeting scheduled for tomorrow.
The meeting will take place at 5:30 pm at the Trinidad Town Hall.

I will miss this meeting due to work schedule but it does effect the property I live on. If you to the meeting or have been to the previous meeting,  feel free to share what you feel about the project in the comment section. For more on this, read the story from The North Coast Journal here. 

Sunday, October 7, 2018

SpaceX Rocket seen along California coast tonight.

Elon Musk's SpaceX company has successfully launched a rocket from and landed it in California.

According to The La Times 
The landing came after the Hawthorne company launched the SAOCOM 1A Earth observation satellite for Argentina’s national commission on space activities at 7:21 p.m. Pacific time. The launch was delayed one day for “pre-flight vehicle checkouts,” SpaceX tweeted last week.

 SpaceX has returned 30 total boosters back to land or to a floating sea platform.

A friend of mine at Clam Beach, Humboldt County California saw this along the coast heading south toward Vandenberg 
Also see
https://abc7news.com/science/spacex-to-attempt-rocket-launch-and-landing/4436582/

Here is another local photo from Humboldt at The Redheaded Blackbelt.

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