Whose Arcata? 

From pot growers and transients to goats and the affluent, a city struggles to find its identity

It's one of those incredible late-summer days in Arcata when the air is so crisp and the sun so brilliant that the plaza looks almost comical, like someone jacked up the color saturation in Photoshop: the royal blue sky, the rainbow umbrella…

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