Shopping

Humboldt County offers unique shopping experiences that emphasize sustainable, locally made, hand-crafted products. Each with their own distinct identity, Humboldt's shopping hubs have everything from souvenirs to housewares, clothing to fine art.

 

Marvelous Miscellany

Many Hands Gallery

(January 16, 2019) When you enter Many Hands Gallery wind chimes move tunefully overhead, recalling the bay lapping at the bottom of the street, just steps away. A nautical theme fills much...

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The Green Scene

A tour of two Humboldt County
cannabis dispensaries

(January 16, 2019) Did you know that one of the country's oldest dispensaries is located in Arcata? HPRC opened in 1999 and has been serving Humboldt ever since. Walking down Arcata's Sixth...

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Clothes to the Heart

Vintage Avenger in Arcata

(January 10, 2019) "Independent. Eclectic. Layered. And funny." These words describe Humboldt style, according to Nancy Tobin, owner of Arcata clothing boutique Vintage Avenger (1101 H St., Arcata). "I'm looking for natural...

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Stop & Smell the Coffee

Mugs, makers and more

(October 1, 2018) The season to indulge in the warmth and ritual of a cup of coffee is upon us. And, lately, there's no better place to stock up on the tools...

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Sock it to Me

Fun footwear from around Humboldt County

(October 1, 2018) Your feet are important. After all, they take you where you need to go. With their help, you can traverse sandy beaches, hike through the redwoods, walk to your...

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We Know What You Bought Last Summer...

(July 1, 2018) For some of us, exploring Humboldt's retail scene is just as exciting as exploring the stunning outdoors. In case you rolled through the area with someone who refused to...

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Geeking Out at the Scruffy Nerd Herder

(April 1, 2018) As a kid, John Coombs loved nothing more than Batman and visiting game shops. Growing up in the cow town of Fortuna, he was mostly out of luck. After...

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