Tune in for quick local stories and local alternative radio

Humboldt Last Week is a weekly audio program featuring quick local stories. You can listen now, download it for later, shed a tear at its existence, or listen on the go wherever you get podcasts (Apple, Spotify, Google, etc.). In the new episode: Former Humboldt State University star Alex Cappa is “trending up” in the NFL, local shops talk vape sales, the Humboldt Ice Rink announces 40-day Ferndale schedule, PETA opposes proposed Samoa fish farm, impressive locally-raised singer Mike Patton of Mr. Bungle and Faith No More talks favorite vocalists, local political reps weigh in on presidential impeachment inquiry, economic powerhouse HSU lays out work to entice new students, political leader tips hat to Humboldt for new suicide prevention methods, officials explain importance of whooping cough vaccine, another SoHum staple in the news for financial woes, a nod to "Salem's Lot," win tickets to see Australian hardcore punk band Clowns in Arcata, and so much more. Plus event picks and the attraction of the week.

You can also check out Humboldt Last Week Alternative Radio (HLW altRADIO). It’s a curated radio station with new and nostalgia alternative music -- mostly leaning toward rock -- and quick community stories. The sets are long, the community content is prompt, and the library is vast. The most hearted artists of last week? Foo Fighters and MGMT. Adds this week? Broken Bells “Good Luck,” White Lies “Hurt My Heart,” Temples “You’re Either On Something,” and Half Moon Run “Then Again.”

Humboldt Last Week episode 144 partners: Medieval Festival of Courage Oct. 5 and 6, Ferndale Music Company, Bongo Boy Studio, Trinidad Vacation Rental, North Coast Journal, Photography by Shi

Humboldt Last Week is available at humboldtlastweek.com, kymkemp.com,  northcoastjournal.com, and 99.1 FM Mondays