Happy retirement, Larry! And congrats, Bandon, lookin' pretty bad ass!
I just wanted to respond to "anon," that as the director, producer and editor of Love, Humboldt and Humboldt Made, I am as local as they come. Born and raised here, and a graduate of St. Bernard's Schools in Eureka, with a BA from H.S.U., I am a seventh-generation Humboldt County native. Coincidentally, I am not a part of the Good Ole Boys, being neither a boy, nor old (well, at least not technically at 33). There were additionally 40 other locals who all reside in Humboldt who make up the cast and crew of these films. Unfortunately, Mr. Burns, while he did interview me, and tell me "the videos are beautiful," forgot to mention myself or the dozens of locals who worked on this project. Also to clarify, the film project had a budget of $25,500 which got divided up many, many ways, and no one got rich on this project. People worked on it because they are passionate about the beauty of Humboldt, its stunning grandeur, its magnificent people, oh, and yeah, its world class products. I am proud to be from here, and I feel very fortunate I was able to work on this project.
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Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
The North Coast Journal
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