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Humboldt Last Week is a weekly audio program featuring quick local stories. You can listen now, download it for later, throw a tantrum about it, or listen on the go wherever you get podcasts (Apple, Spotify, Google, etc.). Additionally, the radio station is streaming 24-7, adding a wide variety of alternative music and general interest topics to the mix.

In this episode (8:54): As 2019 comes to a close we recap some of Humboldt County’s top WTF moments, decisions made, positive reports, and stories likely concluding in 2020. Topics mentioned include and are definitely not limited to child survivalists, wind turbines, KHSU, PG&E, opioids, Sara Bareilles, David Josiah Lawson, and flawed takeaways from “Murder Mountain.”

Also covered: Our population shrinks with growth still expected, Guy Fieri silliness, Elon Musk brightens our skies, tsunamis floated as a Crescent City savior, Huffman talks Trump, better holiday business, the Humboldt-shot movie of the week, and much more.

Contributing host Adina Loewinsohn (4:42): “Irie” Adina Loewinsohn is a local radio personality known for hosting reggae specials. This week she talks about solar panels required on new houses, the Harlem Globetrotters coming to town, crab season, a little more about population shrinkage, and an adorable holiday moment caught on video.

Humboldt Last Week episode 155 partners: Belle Starr Clothing, Northcoast Horticulture Supply, Bongo Boy Studio, Trinidad Vacation Rental, North Coast Journal, Photography by Shi, Redheaded Blackbelt, 99.1 KISS FM