Tim Randles Trio plus Paula Jones vocals, Don Baraka sax at Speakeasy 9pm tonight, Feb. 17.
That is so wonderful. Wish I had been in my office today with Jonathan for the live entertainment!
"Eat the rich"
My sons favorite super villain is The Scarecrow from Batman. My favorite super villain is Poison Ivy.
Been working on that song...season of the witch....also Harvest Moon.... fun fall time music...
Hi, I am interested in organizing a Cars and Coffee of Humboldt. I am new to the area, and have long experience in organizing automotive events and shows. I have source of sponsorships as well. If you or you know anyone that I can express interest contact me. Thank you, George
If it doesn't inspire personal action against climate change is it really "poetry"?
I see the cider makers on page 19. On what page are the wine makers?
The Kinetic funguy is Brian SLAYTON, not Stanton
These are the brightest people in our community, we should take heed of their insight.
Yeah, he's one of ours, bringing some Minnesota culture to you. As a St. Paul guy who used to live in Arcata and Eureka, I'd love to see him perform there at the Van Duzer.
St. Paul, MN
According to the Humboldt County Trends Report, we are among the least healthy people in the state and nation with statistics 2 and 3 times worse. Alcohol/drug overdose is our leading cause of unintentional death.
Mark, Serena here(mounted archer). Having difficulty emailing through here. Could you please contact me via email@example.com
Thank you so much for these lovely photos of Alley Cat Cabaret & Purrlesque! Your photographer, Alexander, is a perfect gentleman! We are all so grateful, Jessa Lee aka Bella Starr of J Bella Entertainment
Oh boy! Sounds so fun! Wish I could be there; but, I'm committed to another event every year at this time. This Burns lass will sadly have to miss this. Hopefully next year!!!
Lol @ bigfoot
Humboldt's a rare place in that many rich and poor are visually indistinguishable. The hills don't breed hoity-toity attitudes about having manicured lawns and polished vehicles, primped hair or clean clothes, it's really very cool like that. In that regard, I think less publicity, and even bad publicity, is good for the real permanent locals like myself who don't welcome the corporatized homogenization that inevitably comes with urbanization. Viva laid back!
These people are heroes.
Unless we can teach our children the importance of frivolously burning up the last of the cheap fuel as quickly as possible, they might not see alternative energy developed in their lifetime.
I don't care what Mr. Flatmo's critics say about the "obscenity" of prolific welding resources and labor used to create a frivolous, carbon-belching monstrosity "El Pupo" during the sixth largest extinction event on Earth that's being rapidly accelerated by carbon-caused climate change.
The U.S. is no longer an entrepreneurial manufacturing leader and our celebrity culture is offering today's youths an opportunity for a critical diversion from their malaise and decades of public divestment, outsourcing, record gaps in income, opportunity and reward. Celebrities want our forgiveness, they're not asking for permission!
Do we want more depressed youths, or do we want them wearing their favorite singer's logo at "El Pupo" concerts, to pour open their lives and data on Facebook and to adopt Apple as a lifestyle?
Celebrities are our kid's institutions!
Instead of a robust public education we have Zuckerberg's rescue of public schools, instead of a vibrant literary culture we have Oprah's book club, instead of investments in public health we have the Gates Foundation.
Celebrities aren't inviting our children to be just like them, celebrity's success is based on leaving everyone else behind.
A small price to pay to allow the rich to save America.
(Special thanks to G. Packer @ the New Yorker).
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Feb 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 8
Last Night at Roy's
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