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Coffee Table
Wednesday mornings 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Coffee Table is KBBI's local interview program. You can be a part of the conversation by calling (907) 235-7721, in the Homer area, or email hope@kbbi.org.

  • Host Josh Krohn was joined by guests from the City of Homer, Homer Parks Department, Cook Inlet Keeper, and Homer Drawdown. This week's Coffee Table was focused on Homer's Trails and non-motorized vehicle paths.
  • KBBI's Kathleen Gustafson and guest Jamie Sutton dive into festival details and share the documentary lineup.
  • This weeks Coffee Table hosted by KBBI's Kathleen GustafsonGuests- -Willy Dunne- Case Manager with Cook Inlet Counseling and a volunteer with the All Things Recovery coalition.—Jaclyn Rainwater—Facilitator of the All Things Recovery Coalition.-Michael Raymond- Program Manager for Set Free Alaska -Lorne Carroll- Nurse with The Alaska Department of Health
  • On Wednesday's coffee table Sally Oberstein, Michael McKinney, and Brad Anderson joined KBBI's Josh Krohn to talk about the upcoming World Arts Festival.
  • Our topic this week is sexual assault response, with guests from Homer’s Sexual Assault Response Team and Domestic Violence Task Force.
  • Alaska State House of Representatives candidate Ginger Bryant discussed the approaching election and her objectives.
  • Wednesday Coffee Table Guests--Jason Davis - Homer City Council-Brandy McGee - Executive Director, Kenai Peninsula Housing Initiative-Jane Dunn - Co-director of Programming, Choosing Our Roots-Rob Dumouchel - Homer City ManagerMore information:-Kenai Peninsula Housing Initiative-Choosing Our Roots-City of Homer
  • Joining host Josh Krohn to discuss inclusive living was Independent Living Center director Joyanna Geisler, TRAILS Director Michael Gavillot, and Independent Living Center client Pat Case.
  • About two weeks ago, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, ending the constitutional right to an abortion which has existed for nearly half a century. On Wednesday’s Coffee Table, host Josh Krohn sat down with Claudia Haines, CEO of the Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic, and Sandy Garity, organizer for this Saturday’s Bans Off Our Bodies march, to discuss what the decision means for Alaskans, and particularly to those on the Kenai Peninsula.In this episode, Claudia Haines cites Alaska Statute 18.16.010 regarding rules around abortion care. Anyone seeking abortion care should contact an Alaskan provider directly for the most up to date information.
  • learn about The Kachemak Bay Watershed Collaborative.