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Music Tonight: Wednesday, Dec. 7

(December 7, 2022) Hawaii’s Jake Shimabukuro is about as close as one can get to complete mastery of the island’s famously understated instrument, the ukulele. In his hands, the diminutive, four-stringed campfire and...

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Going, Going, Gone: Feds Hold First-Ever Auction for California Offshore Wind Leases

(December 6, 2022) Federal officials today will auction off leases for 583 square miles of ocean waters off California that could lead to the nation’s first massive floating wind farms. The auction...

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Photos: Tubas, Chocolate and a Flaming Octopus

(December 6, 2022) For many, it's not officially the holiday season in Humboldt County until you've attended one of the all-brass TubaChristmas performances, which have been led locally by Fred Tempas since 1988....

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Humboldt County Fair General Manager Resigns

(December 6, 2022) Rich Silacci, general manager of the Humboldt County Fair Association, announced to the HCFA Executive Committee last night that he has submitted his resignation letter to board President Andy...

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Music Tonight: Tuesday, Dec. 6

(December 6, 2022) Now is as good a time as ever to remind you of Word Humboldt’s excellent and ongoing open mic at Northtown Coffee at 6 p.m. You really do get...

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One Killed in Eureka Fire

(December 5, 2022) One person died in an early-morning fire on Meyers Avenue in Eureka today, according to Humboldt Bay Fire. According to a press release, three engines, a ladder truck and two...

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Bob's Footlong's Comeback

(December 5, 2022) After 72 years in business, Bob’s Footlong, beloved hot dog haunt of teens and truckers alike, shut its doors November of 2021. But like the chili stains on a shirtfront,...

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Music Tonight: Monday, Dec. 5

(December 5, 2022) Los Angeles’ Goon has been around for less than a decade but in that time has built a unique, nocturnal sound around a line-up that includes a member of...

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Music Today: Sunday, Dec. 4

(December 4, 2022) The Cal Poly Humboldt Wind Ensemble is putting on a matinee performance at Fulkerson Hall today at 2 p.m. ($10 general, $5 children, free for students). The program will...

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NCJ Preview: Flash Fiction, Title IX Update and Street Luge

(December 3, 2022) Title IX, Cal Poly Humboldt, street luge, Ryan Farmer, flash fiction

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Music Tonight: Saturday, Dec. 3

(December 3, 2022) The Eureka Symphony is presenting its Winter Festival program at the Arkley Center for the Performing Arts tonight (and last night) at 8 p.m. I’m always happy to juice up...

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New Election Report Shows Same Results

(December 2, 2022) The Humboldt County Elections Office released its fourth post-election report today, which changes some numbers but leaves the results where we left off last week. That includes Measure M's...

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El Pulpo Magnifico to Light Up Arts Alive

(December 2, 2022) Bring your sunglasses to Arts Alive Saturday, Dec. 3, as local artist and Burning Man regular Duane Flatmo will be firing up El Pulpo Magnifico, recently touring heir to the...

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Music Tonight: Friday, Dec. 2

(December 2, 2022) For the last three decades and over the course of nine records, the Young Dubliners have been committed to producing a sound that marries traditional Irish folk tunes with...

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Humboldt Artisans Crafts & Music Festival this Weekend

(December 2, 2022) The uber-festive Humboldt Artisans Crafts & Music Festival returns for its 41st annual event this weekend, transforming Redwood Acres Fairgrounds into a holiday marketplace filled with all the comfort...

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Humboldt County Correctional Facility’s Inmate Holiday Art Contest

Community voting through Dec. 18, 2022

(December 1, 2022) 2022 marks the fifth year for the Humboldt County Correctional Facility’s (HCCF) Inmate Holiday Art Contest. Inmates in HCCF dorms are given art materials and are asked to work...

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'Tridemic' Threatening Local Hospital Capacity

(December 1, 2022) Following a trend seen across the state, region and country, local hospitals are nearly at capacity amid a surge in respiratory illnesses that's being dubbed a "tridemic" or "tripledemic"...

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Oberon Plans its Final Weeks

(December 1, 2022) Nicholas Kohl, owner of Old Town's Oberon Grill, has announced the restaurant will close its doors for good after December. The business will be open through at least Dec. 31,...

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By the Numbers: California’s Mild 2022 Wildfire Season

(December 1, 2022) As California emerges from its “peak” wildfire season, the state has managed to avoid its recent plague of catastrophic wildfires. So far in 2022, the fewest acres have burned since...

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Holiday Haps This Week

(December 1, 2022) O little towns of Humboldt … It’s December and cities and towns across the county are hosting hospitality or open house events this month with many starting this week. Here’s...

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