Correction please: ADAM Long--- he's an old acquaintance of mine.
Thanks for the feedback!
Bedazzled, the art is in the Airport itself, although you could say it is inspired by the graffiti you might find on the overpass. Like SteamDonkey mentioned, I'd suggest stopping by and checking out the Airport show! You may look differently at the graffiti you see on your way home.
So this is why there's newly installed "Art" on the Airport Road 101 underpass?
Cool story Ken! I could imagine a traveler from a large city who's never been to ACV get off the plane expecting landscapes with cow and tractors, only to be surprised by this vibrant juxtaposition and contrast. I might have to stop off at the airport for a quick visit next time I'm on my way north.
Great article Ken!
As usual, Journal's Mvie c0mments are not AS USUAL....
You may be interested in the article "If Other Professionals Were Paid Like Artists" by Michelle Aldredge, which you will find posted on Lifeturnings.com as follows: http://lifeturnings.com/wordpress/arts-culture-if-other-professions-were-paid-like-artists-michelle-aldredge/
Catherine Munsee, you've got some nice poems in this paper...
Do you have reason to believe that Grace is going to be preforming with them tonight?
♪♪♪ "You put your left foot in, you put your left foot out..." ♪♪♪
What? No mention of Blues? Come on down to the Eureka Theater for some rockin good Blues tonight. 3 bands from 7pm till ya can't dance no more!!
"You dance divine" said Bugs Bunny to Elmer Fudd once in a great Merry Melodies cartoon.
Maybe I will try out Six Rivers. New to the area, so thanks for the info!
I bet that there are quite a few people excited about that. I should do something along the same lines. I think that it would be awesome to have a competition of a date with me as the prize. It sounds like it would be a lot of fun.
thank you for the revival of the real thing---==
Thanks Katie, student artists and US Bank!
That's beautiful :-)
The Raging Grannies say "Give Peace a Chance""""
It was a great day, the weather was so nice.
Also: NPA's Young Actors Guild presents two very different plays: Pygmalion and Springs Awakenings - this weekend only at Gist Hall at HSU in Arcata -Thursday Jan 23rd through Sunday night. Pygmalion/My Fair Lady (a musical adaptation that takes place in 1930s Manhattan) starts at 5:30 each night with a matinee Sunday at 1pm and is for general audiences and is lively and lovely with comedy, song and dance, including aerial dancing. Springs Awakening, recommended for mature audiences, is a powerfully intense drama about youth and parents, sexuality and communication, life and choices and was created in the late 1890s and first produced in 1906. Springs Awakening plays at 8pm each night and there is a matinee on Saturday January 25th at 1pm. These are both full length plays and are ticketed separately, tickets will likely be available at the door but are also available in advance at Wildberries Market and Brown Bag Ticketing online. Thank you for supporting our Young Actors Guild of the Northcoast Preparatory and Performing Arts Academy Charter High School in Arcata!
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Apr 10, 2014
vol XXV issue 15
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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