Even though i do not live in Eureka proper, i still have to do business there and abide by the decisions made by the city council. After what i just read, Charles Bean would be my candidate.
Manure scent is preferable to the money wasted on an idle set of tracks. Shoot - were you living here when the pulp mills were blasting?
I say go for it.....what a waste not to have this accessible to all. I will be really excited to follow the progress on this.
What a shame to lose a friend, musican, and over all good man. The last time i talked with Kala via Facebook, we were discussing doing a reunion of the World Peace Band later this year, which I was totally onboard.
Kala was instrumental in letting me cut my teeth on being a reggae bass player and for that, I shall be truly grateful always. That experience also let me play with some of the best musicians in Humboldt at the time and gave my career a huge boost.
I am truly sorry that I am not going to be able to make the trip back home for the tribute at the Jambalaya to see some old friends and play some music - perhaps we can try it again soon.
Pleasant Be Thy Journey Bubba - Rest In Peace...
~ James "Flimby" Stutsman
HOW ABOUT THE ALIBI?
We are destined to weakness as long as we have few choices.....Suddenlink, as well as AT&T could really care less about this market and show it by a lack of local representation....
Is it me or are we long overdue for the redundant fiber-optic line?.....Shoot folks - don't be fooled...we are still analog-to-digital here!
NO DOUBT......"GRINGO STARR" IS A GREAT BAND NAME......WE WILL BE PLAYING @ THE BEAR RIVER CASINO ON SAT. NIGHT - WE LIKE THE ROOM AND ALSO WE WILL BE DOING THE CAR SHOW IN EUREKA ON SEPT.12TH. THANKS FOR KEEPING THE COUNTY INFORMED!
Sorry I missed the "House Of Floyd" show this weekend - We in "Taxi" are big "Floyd" fans. We will be over @ Bear River next Saturday. I saw The 3 Heads at a club in Hermosa Beach a couple of weeks ago - their leader being Heath whose folks run Babbettas in Eureka. They are a great band and the opener was "the Quiet" who did "Radio" by Van Morrison dead-on.
Thanks as always for the column.
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Dec 11, 2014
vol XXV issue 50
'The Revolution Starts Here'
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