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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

  • South Peninsula Haven House is hosting the Women of Distinction Awards Ceremony in April.
  • A community meeting will be held to discuss Homer's housing insecurities, organizers are requesting input from the community ahead of time.
  • Alzheimer's Resource of Alaska is collaborating with Hospice of Homer to organize events aimed at educating the community about Alzheimer's and dementia.
  • The Friends of the Homer Public Library honor Homer EMS Chief Samantha Cunningham and Homer High School student Thea Person. Featuring recordings from the Saturday Celebration of Lifelong Learning.
  • In the past, the state of Alaska heavily subsidized additional drilling in the oil industry. However, the current market forces are shifting towards prioritizing renewable energy sources.Guests, data analyst and scientists Brett Higman, Erin McKittrick, and Scott Waterman spoke with host Kathleen Gustafson about current trends and provided insight on the future of Alaska's economy. KDLL story: Sale 258: Beacon article: Diversion:
  • On Wednesday's Coffee Table, host Kathleen Gustafson pays tribute to Homer's own homesteader, scientist, educator, and adventurer Daisy Lee Bitter for the occasion of her 95th birthday. Listen to friends and colleagues from the community share their memories and celebrate the life of this remarkable woman.
  • A review of the changing animal control codes for the City and Homer Animal Shelter shares cold weather safety tips for your pets along with a glimpse into what pet adoption looks like in Homer for 2023. Join us for a discussion with Jillian Rogers with Homer Animal Shelter and Alaska Mindful Paws, Lt. Ryan Browning from the Homer Police Department, Jason Herrman with ADF&G and Jen Liston Bowman with her adopted pet Cedar.
  • Homer’s fire department continues to face an EMT and firefighter shortage — a problem exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Join us for a discussion with Deputy Chief Joe Kahles and EMS Assistant Chief Samantha Cunningham from the Homer Fire Department, and Deputy Chief Eric Schultz from Kachemak Emergency Services to discuss the issue and upcoming trainings.
  • Homer Community Recreation Manager Mike Illg, and Maggie Wilkins, Parks and Recreation Director for the City of Seward discuss wintertime activities in the Homer and Seward areas.
  • Host Kathleen Gustafson and Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly members Lane Chesley, Cindy Eklund and Mike Tupper talk about the 2023 budget process and projects and priorities for Seward and Homer.