Mother's Day Market at HC Fairgrounds

(May 7, 2021) Waited until the last minute to get Mom something this year? Fear not, you have plenty of options and all in one stop at the Mother's Day Market, happening Saturday,...

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Weekend Fun in Arcata

(May 7, 2021) Arcata Main Street knows you’re ready for fun and they are serving it up. Legs, tails, whatever you’ve got, walk or flip ’em down to the Arcata Plaza for...

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Two New Public Art Projects to be Installed in Creamery District

(May 6, 2021) See what students from Fieldbrook Elementary and Redwood Coast Montessori have been working on this past year at Art and the Environment: Keeping the Giant Jolly, the unveiling of...

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Arts! Arcata

Friday through Sunday, the second weekend of the month

(May 6, 2021) Arts! Arcata is Arcata Main Street's monthly celebration of visual and performing arts, held at locations in downtown Arcata, Friday through Sunday, the second weekend of the month for...

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Hominids and Homicide

Sasquatch goes into the woods

(May 6, 2021) SASQUATCH. I imagined a collective groan when trailers for Hulu's Sasquatch rolled across screens on the North Coast. Another exploitative, sensationalist "documentary" on the Emerald Triangle to make a buck...

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Southern Humboldt Farmers Markets Kick off 2021 Season

(May 1, 2021) Southern Humboldt farmers markets kick off the 2021 season this week with two additions to the circuit. Markets in Miranda and Garberville join Shelter Cove (up and running since...

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HSU Department of Music Presents Faculty Artist Series Livestream Concert

(April 30, 2021) Humboldt is blessed to have a multitude of talented musicians in its midst and many of them teach in the Humboldt State University Music Department. A treasure of musical...

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Eureka's Public Art the Topic of Next Humboldt County Historical Society Lecture

(April 29, 2021) Explore local color at the next online Humboldt County Historical Society Program with Journal Art Beat columnist and art history professor Gabrielle Gopinath. Gopinath’s presentation “Public Art for Eureka:...

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Stowaway's Taut Drama

And Mortal Kombat's bloody mess

(April 29, 2021) I didn't watch the Academy Awards broadcast this year; from what I've read, you likely didn't either. That I say I don't care about the Oscars, seeing them as increasingly...

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It Was a Good Climb

(April 29, 2021) Camp V was our weekend home Behind the Chevron Station, Beneath the Great Walls, We loved climbing. What did Cal Students know? Our favorite shout out After defying gravity, Dangling...

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Best of Humboldt 2021

It's going to be twice as nice

(April 28, 2021) The pandemic sure dealt us a crummy hand in 2020. A bad beat. Aces and eights. Busted. But we’re not standing pat this year — we’re doubling down on...

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Friends of the Dunes Presents Naturalist Notes Webinar Series

(April 25, 2021) Get to know the diverse flora and fauna of the North Coast. A new web series presented by Friends of the Dunes is a great way to learn about...

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Humboldt Botanical Garden Presents Online Plant Sale

(April 24, 2021) “I have too many plants,” said no gardener ever. There’s always room for more. And now the prettiest garden of all is having an online plant sale where you can pick...

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The Clarke Historical Museum Presents a Virtual Tea-Tasting

(April 23, 2021) Curious about cha-no-yu? Get the tea on this traditional Japanese cultural practice at Gateway to Zen: An Introduction to the Japanese Tea Ceremony, on Sunday, April 25 at 4...

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Eureka Street Art Festival Goes Large(r)

(April 22, 2021) The Eureka Street Art Festival is back Aug. 7-14 for round four of beautifying the city with large, colorful murals and other vibrant art. The annual event, whose mission is...

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Anachronistic Fun

Nobody and Chaos Walking

(April 22, 2021) As we (mostly) take collective faltering steps toward the precarious and ever-eroding notion of "normal," with the world changing and remaining the same, and things making less sense the...

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For Love of Earth

(April 22, 2021) When secret places in the forest are crisscrossed full of trails When wild things live in cages and the ocean is bare of whales When the highest mountains are all...

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HumCo's First Cannabis Consumption Lounge to Open Next Month

(April 21, 2021) The south end of Eureka is now home to a Humboldt County first: a legal cannabis consumption lounge where you can smoke, eat, and socialize to your heart’s content....

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Humboldt International Film Festival, April 19-25

(April 18, 2021) Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of pandemic stays Humboldt State University’s film students from promoting the art of film. Year after year, the oldest student-run film...

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Weekend Events Honor David Josiah Lawson

(April 16, 2021) Two events are happening this Saturday, April 17, honoring the life of David Josiah Lawson. The 4Years-4Miles J4J Walk and second annual Coat Drive starts with a run/walk/skateboard/stroll at noon at...

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Weekend Fun in Arcata

(May 7, 2021) Arcata Main Street knows you’re ready for fun and they are serving it up. Legs, tails, whatever you’ve got, walk or flip ’em down to the Arcata Plaza for...

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Two New Public Art Projects to be Installed in Creamery District

(May 6, 2021) See what students from Fieldbrook Elementary and Redwood Coast Montessori have been working on this past year at Art and the Environment: Keeping the Giant Jolly, the unveiling of...

Read On >

Eureka's Public Art the Topic of Next Humboldt County Historical Society Lecture

(April 29, 2021) Explore local color at the next online Humboldt County Historical Society Program with Journal Art Beat columnist and art history professor Gabrielle Gopinath. Gopinath’s presentation “Public Art for Eureka:...

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