Suggestions, Absurd & Otherwise

Suggestions, Absurd & Otherwise

Where to go, who to see and ridiculous advice on staying sane

(November 20, 2014) We are entering the holiday season. I know this because I have seen the jingle bells and singing Santas at the stores and my student friends are ricocheting between freaking...

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Your Excuses Are No Good

If you don't take advantage of Humboldt's music scene, you might as well move to Redding

(November 13, 2014) The biggest problem we have this week, dear friends, is how to justify not attending everything — you could go out night after event-filled night and still find yourself FOMOing...

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Conundrums

Crunchy autumnal sounds

(November 6, 2014) November is a troublesome month. On one hand, you might be trying to recover from October indulgence and saving up for December holiday madness. On the other, local partying options...

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Monster Mashups

Let the masquerade begin

(October 30, 2014) Halloween is inarguably the best celebration of the year. New Year's Eve is fine, but wrapped within the year-end partying is the knowledge of things left undone and the obligatory...

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Forever Young

Never stop discovering

(October 23, 2014) Oh, Humboldt! I'm in love with live music all over again. We've had a long relationship, bands playing shows and I, but you know how it is — sometimes you...

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Rock of Ages

The kids are not all right

(October 16, 2014) You may be familiar with All Ages Humboldt's Facebook page. If so, you saw the sad post about the Placebo losing its home at The Ink Annex on Oct. 31. This...

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Musical Underground

Tunes born in the tubes, streets and garages

(October 9, 2014) How about that Arts Alive!? They tend to be well-attended, those events, but October's was off the charts, partly due, no doubt, to the Santa Barbara-like weather, but also to...

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Worldly Matters

Think locally, rock globally

(October 2, 2014) Humboldt! We have many things happening. A really big show Many readers know famed violinist-singer-songwriter Jenny Scheinman launched her stunningly successful career from the wilds of Petrolia. Within those homestead...

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Things Get Serious

A Week of Musical Heavyweights

(September 25, 2014) I hope you took my advice and checked out El Ten Eleven on the HSU Quad. It was pointed out to me that the first time I saw the mindblowing...

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Musical twists

New takes on old sounds

(September 18, 2014) According to the calendar, this weekend is technically summer's last hurrah. But according to sunny days and balmy breezes, we've got a proper Humboldt summer for some time yet. Whenever...

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The Method to the Madness

(Explanations and parenthetical asides)

(September 11, 2014) Hey there, dear readers! Let's indulge ourselves with an appetizer prior to the main course, shall we? Before we get to this week's music highlights, an account of how those...

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