Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Geeking Out: Photos from Ohana Comic Con

Posted By on Wed, Oct 30, 2019 at 5:02 PM

The second annual Ohana Comic Con in the Sapphire Palace at the Blue Lake Casino Hotel welcomed hundreds of attendees on Saturday, despite the power outages elsewhere. Lights were on thanks to the micro-grid electricity generating system in place. The family-friendly, two-day event surged with the superpowers of costumed adults and children as they shopped at vendors, played board and video games, and participated in a costume contest. The event also featured make-up demonstrations (think scary clowns and evil nuns) and panel conversations with two celebrities from the movie world. Check out the highlights in the slideshow below.

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Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Photos from Saturday's Zombie Apocalypse

Posted By on Tue, Oct 8, 2019 at 9:33 PM

On Saturday ahead of Arts Alive, the annual Zombie Walk from Eureka's courthouse through the streets of Old Town brought out the undead. The loose  scrum of leg-dragging cannibals stopped to terrorize people in cars, wait for street lights to change and take selfies with the living. A few brave machete-wielding souls waded into the gory scrum but seem to have been overwhelmed.
The dead rose and walked the streets of Old Town on Saturday. - PHOTO BY MARK MCKENNA
  • Photo by Mark McKenna
  • The dead rose and walked the streets of Old Town on Saturday.
Photographer Mark McKenna was on the scene documenting the brain-eating horde for the slideshow below. If you see any friends in there, remember: They're not your friend anymore. 
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Tuesday, October 1, 2019

A Southern Humboldt Feast

Posted By on Tue, Oct 1, 2019 at 8:59 PM

This past weekend was a celebration of Southern Humboldt bounty in Garberville, with the Feast of Fields hosted by Southern Humboldt Business and Visitors Bureau. After Friday's Meet the Farmers Dinner at the Historic Benbow Inn, participants strolled Southern Humboldt Community Park on Saturday, sampling local produce, foods and beverages. The fruits of the region were represented via barbecue, locally made wine and beer, fruits and vegetables, oysters, sushi and more. The Garberville Rotary was on hand for drink sales.

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Cannabis farmers, too, showed off their crops, with some earning trophies at the inaugural Feast of Flowers Cup sponsored by Country Club Cannabis. Winners included Canyon Farms' Orangeade for Best Sativa, Humboldt's Finest's Sour Diesel x Lemon Kush for Best Hybrid and Greenlight Farms' Ice Cream Cake for Best Indica.

Those wanting to learn a little something about how local growing conditions affect cannabis got a lesson at the International Cannabis Farmers-sponsored Taste of Terroir event.  See the slideshow below of Journal See the slideshow below for highlights from Saturday.

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