Kathleen Gustafson

Content Director

Kathleen Gustafson came to Homer in 1999 and has been involved with KBBI since 2003

She is responsible for all aspects of local program and content creation, on-air and on-line, for KBBI.

When not working at the station, Kathleen teaches theater, storytelling and public speaking through Pier One Youth Theater and produces and directs local theater.

Ways to Connect

Alaska State Representative Paul Seaton of Homer spoke with KBBI's Kathleen Gustafson about the looming state government shutdown during his weekly legislative call-in, recorded Friday, June 9th.

Homer City Council recall organizers
Heartbeat of Homer were the guests on this week's Coffee Table. Political action committee spokesperson Sarah Vance and recall supporter Ralph Crane spent the hour live in the studio taking questions from the listeners.

Alaska State Representative Paul Seaton of Homer joined KBBI's Carolyn Norton
on Friday Morning, May 19th for a conversation about the legislature's special session.

Homer Farmers Market

Locally produced food and products were well represented on this week's Coffee Table.
Guests:
Homer Farmers Market Director and Kenai Peninsula Food Hub Coordinator Robbi Mixon, Susan Houlihan of Alpenglow Skin Care, and Jenny Medley from Blood, Sweat, and Food Farm.

The AK Budget Breakdown with guests Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly President Kelly Cooper and District 31 State Representative Paul Seaton.

Renewable energy is a priority for Jim Levine of Homer. As the District 3  representative on Homer Electric Association's Board of Directors, he is working on a community solar energy project.

Levine sat down with KBBI's Kathleen Gustafson to talk about his board service and about renewable energy in Homer.

Inlet Keeper

A Cook Inlet Health Check
Guests: Angela Doroff from the Kachemak Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, and Bob Shavelson from Inlet Keeper.

Tune in to KBBI
Wednesday morning from 9 to 10 AM
for The Coffee Table
our public affairs, call-in program.

Guests, this week: 

Angela Doroff from Kachemak Bay Estuarine Research Reserve

and Bob Shavelson from Cook Inlet Keeper.

Alder Seaman

Borough Assembly Member Willie Dunne of Homer is the guest on this edition of The Coffee Table -KBBI's live, call-in, public affairs program. The topic of the show is the two lawsuits against The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly over issues pertaining to their invocation policy.  Assembly Member Dunne is suing the borough over what he claims was their attempt to prevent him from communicating with his constituents regarding the borough's invocation policy.

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