I still have three Hollies 45s at home. Clearly I am both old and unable to let go of my youth.
Acoustic jazz at Eureka Inn 7-10. Brian Post & Friends in the Palm Lounge. Piano, bass, guitar, sax... free.
Great, funny . . .
Tim Randles Trio plus Paula Jones vocals, Don Baraka sax at Speakeasy 9pm tonight, Feb. 17.
I saw this movie, just yesterday. What a horrible piece of crap!!. Gratuitous violence off the charts, ridiculous fight scenes; he gets run over, by cars, two or three times and just gets up and keeps fighting??? Stupid. I got up and walked out after the first hour. Don't waste your money, like I did, on this one.
That is so wonderful. Wish I had been in my office today with Jonathan for the live entertainment!
"Eat the rich"
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I love this poem!
My sons favorite super villain is The Scarecrow from Batman. My favorite super villain is Poison Ivy.
Everyone should go see this play.
Seeing the stage production in LA decades and decades ago changed my life in several ways.
Just returned from Portland, OR where the Clinton Theater has the longest continuous showing of Rocky Horror in the entire USA.
That's a helluva long time.
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
Does anyone remember the station wagon seen in Arcata and Eureka a few years back that had the plastic dinosaurs glued all over the car? It was somewhat artistic and creative. Whimsical. There is a book store in Old Town Eureka that has an impressive collection of old salt & pepper shakers in the window.
Might want to check out two historical collectors exhibitors: Arman http://www.armanstudio.com/
and Jarvis Rockwell (yes Normans kid)
Spoke to me of a long ago summer camping trip with a long dead friend. Thanks.
Let us know what horror movies you do like John - I'm always searching for new good ones I haven't seen! :)
John Motian is an artist who will some day be worth millions. Art is in his soul. The most profound artist around.
If it doesn't inspire personal action against climate change is it really "poetry"?
In Print This Week:
Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
North Coast Journal
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