As It Was, So Shall It Be

Eureka Symphony opens again

(October 7, 2021) On Oct. 1 and 2, the Eureka Symphony opened its 30th anniversary season at the Arkley Center for the Performing Arts with a program that was aptly titled "Re-Emergence." I...

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Open Your Mind

(August 12, 2021) Last week I asked a very important question about the continued existence of live music in the face of our increasing pandemic spike and its attendant dangers. That question has...

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Waltzing Mephisto

(August 5, 2021) As I blearily write this, I am up too late, thinking about a last-minute camping trip I'm sneaking away on in the hopes of removing some of the crude nanoparticles...

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Back at it Again?

(July 29, 2021) To mask or not to mask, that is the question. Whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer a mild inconvenience to ... oh, stop it. It looks like the...

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Living on a Thin Line

(July 22, 2021) I'm a little confused lately and I'm not the only one. Now that things have opened up again, and I did my civic duty and got the jab, what's...

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Don't Make Me Tap the Sign

(July 15, 2021) I'll cop to it: I view the world materially and holistically. Things are connected. And I don't just write about music for a living, I also build things. I come...

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Into The Great Wide Open

(July 8, 2021) As I write this, I am nursing a mild sunburn and what I increasingly suspect is carryover of inebriation from a day of patriotic drinking and grilling. Such is the...

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Make Fun, Not Fire

(July 1, 2021) I'm settling back into the swing of things here at the Setlist. It was nice getting feedback from some of you about the return of this little column. Even nicer...

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Return of the Mack

(June 24, 2021) Hello. How are you doing? It's been a real one, hasn't it? Welcome back to the Setlist. I'm your host, Collin Yeo. You might remember me as the bald guy...

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Photos: Migrations and Shoes

(September 30, 2021) Described by organizer Laura Muñoz of Playhouse Arts as an ensemble-created multi-disciplinary, multicultural performance event, Migrations: Walking Together proved a fun and fascinating walk in the parks and other locations...

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