SoHum Girls Streaming Live from the Arcata Playhouse this Saturday

(April 9, 2021) Listen up, live music lovers — David Ferney at Arcata Playhouse has some news. “The Arcata Playhouse is back with live music. We are now doing live-streamed shows at the...

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Weekly Zoom Series about the Eel River Watershed Starts this Week

(April 8, 2021) The Eel River Recovery Project is hosting weekly Zoom meetings about the Eel River Watershed from April 9 through May 28. "Eel Zoom" is a new, happy-hour-timed presentation (bring your...

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Rumbles, Riffs and Riders

Godzilla vs. Kong, Hysterical and Concrete Cowboy

(April 8, 2021) GODZILLA VS. KONG. On the rarest of occasions, one receives an unexpected gift; something one would not have chosen for oneself, or even considered as a potential source of joy....

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Fun Fungi

(April 8, 2021) When hiking on a forest trail if duff is wet, and light is pale, late fall and winter, early spring, then comes the fruit that fungi bring. They pop from...

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A Pandemic Poetry Reading with Laureate David Holper

(April 4, 2021) When the city council appointed David Holper Eureka’s first poet laureate in 2019, it was supposed to last a year. Then again, a lot of things turned out differently than...

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EV Charger Access Lecture

(April 4, 2021) The future is electric but Where Will We Charge our Electric Cars? Three HSU grads discuss that and more Monday, April 5 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Online. Join EV researchers...

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Early Breweries on Tap at Humboldt County Historical Society Program

(April 2, 2021) Humboldt’s hop history is on tap for this month’s Humboldt County Historical Society Program, Mercantile Brewing in Humboldt County, happening Saturday, April 3 at 2:30 p.m. via Zoom. Presented by Michael...

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RCAA Plant and Seed Exchange

(April 1, 2021) Although a bit windy, these spring days have been fine. Gardeners are in their yards pushing bulbs and seeds into the ground coaxing the colors of spring. Need an...

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Shooting His Shot

Boogie and Bad Trip

(April 1, 2021) BOOGIE. Eddie Huang remains always on his hustle. The child of a sometimes troubled but ultimately fruitful marriage of immigrant entrepreneurs (Chinese by way of Taiwan), he grew up in...

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What Remains

(April 1, 2021) You find out what's a poem the Hard way some times A scrap of line you threw away two days Ago and now look at you bent over the dumpster...

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Last Look at Outer Space's BIPOC Art Show

(March 31, 2021) If you're in Old Town today, swing by Studio 424 and peer through the windows for a last look at the Outer Space Arcata' Phantom Gallery Exhibit "All Colors Are...

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RCT's Bloomsday Back for One Night Only

(March 26, 2021) Jaunt back to the Emerald Isle with Redwood Curtain Theatre to revisit a sweet, heartwarming love story whose telling was cut short by unforseen circumstances. In March of 2020, the pandemic...

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Garden-y Things Happening This Week

(March 26, 2021) Spring is here and there are glorious garden-y things happening this week — good for your yard and good for your soul. Stop by the Benefit for the Fortuna...

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Sound of Metal and the Weight of Oscars

(March 25, 2021) I've dedicated a fair plot of real estate in this column to the idea that movie awards (and award shows) do not matter. For what it's worth, I've wasted even...

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Sprung

(March 25, 2021) Like a long-rusted statue The robin stands stock-still But with a spasm and a spurt He comes to life Plucks a worm From the earth And leaves it too J....

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Got Ideas for New Best of Humboldt Categories?

Let us hear all about it

(March 24, 2021) We already have a lot of great Best of Humboldt categories, but this year we want more … MORE! We're going big (like really BIG) by adding new categories...

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Drive Thru Dinner Fundraisers

(March 24, 2021) Dinner conundrum? Problem solved. A few local organizations are serving up the goods at their fundraising dinners this week offering a variety of choices. It's eats made easy, folks — delicious,...

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Humboldt County Library’s Author Visit with Tamar Burris

(March 24, 2021) Hey, parents and kids! Meet local author Tamar Burris and listen to a reading of her new children’s picture book A New Special Friend at the Humboldt County Library’s...

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Word Humboldt Offers Online Poetry Workshops

(March 23, 2021) Word Humboldt, KEET-TV and the Humboldt County Library have teamed up to offer a series of online poetry workshops in support of the new documentary Hemingway premiering on KEET...

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'Scotia Lodge' Estate Sale on This Weekend and Next

(March 19, 2021) The Scotia Inn is under new ownership and reinventing itself courtesy of the folks who brought us the Humboldt Bay Social Club. Changes are afoot with the reopening of the...

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A Pandemic Poetry Reading with Laureate David Holper

(April 4, 2021) When the city council appointed David Holper Eureka’s first poet laureate in 2019, it was supposed to last a year. Then again, a lot of things turned out differently than...

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Last Look at Outer Space's BIPOC Art Show

(March 31, 2021) If you're in Old Town today, swing by Studio 424 and peer through the windows for a last look at the Outer Space Arcata' Phantom Gallery Exhibit "All Colors Are...

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RCT's Bloomsday Back for One Night Only

(March 26, 2021) Jaunt back to the Emerald Isle with Redwood Curtain Theatre to revisit a sweet, heartwarming love story whose telling was cut short by unforseen circumstances. In March of 2020, the pandemic...

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