Go On Without Me

Go On Without Me

(January 11, 2018) I went out a few times this last week, and I am paying for it now. From Blue Lake to Eureka, I trekked about for social and musical engagements, and...

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The Gilded Cage

(January 4, 2018) As I write this on Monday, the first day of a brand new year I can report to you, dear readers, that I am sharp of eye and frosty of...

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Rockin' in the New Year

(December 28, 2017) Have you ever skipped a rock across a frozen pond? It sounds like tension cables snapping or an industrial spring being tuned. It sounds like Star Wars blasters, particularly if...

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Enter the Yuletide Slumber

(December 21, 2017) I have to admit it: I am a bit of a Grinch. It isn't because I dislike Christmas as a holiday, mind you; I enjoy the lights and the bonhomie...

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Macktown Smackdown

(December 14, 2017) By Collin Yeo Having gotten slightly verbose and heavy in last week's introduction, I am going to leave this one a tad lighter. This week I'll be looking for themes...

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Singing at the Landscape

(December 7, 2017) Last week was a weird one for me. The whole Sunday-Sunday run I felt a little out of frame and unusual. Blame it on the Super/Frost Moon. Blame it on...

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Hear Some Music, Make Your Own

(November 30, 2017) For most of us, last week was likely less stuffed with music and more stuffed with other temptations. A few legendary artists came through town but the streets were fairly...

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A Musical Feast

(November 23, 2017) It's finally here. That most musical of feast days when we celebrate the gift of harmony with the rapturous delight of food. That most sacred day of eating for the...

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Niche and Nuance vs. Nazis

(November 16, 2017) When Janis Ian wrote her seminal song "At Seventeen," she started with the perfect stanza about tragic, trapped, popular and doomed teenage girls who peaked too soon: "I learned the...

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Cold, Comfort

(November 9, 2017) It's cold and wet. I know I mentioned the weather in my last column but that was mostly an attempt to inure myself against the inevitable. It didn't really work...

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Keeping the Gray at Bay

(November 2, 2017) As November descends and the days turn grayer and shorter, our sweet Humboldt County begins to resemble the Asphodel Meadows of Homer's underworld or the garden of virtuous pagans in...

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