Summer Camp Splendor

Summer Camp Splendor

(July 11, 2019) OK campers, pick a perch and cop a squat. I've got the 411 for you but this is not a recording and I will not be repeating myself. This week's...

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An Eye to the Sky

(July 4, 2019) It's the Fourth of July on Thursday and I'll be skipping that day here this week. After all, what could I really suggest for you that would outshine this...

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Tango and Experimental Jet Set

(June 27, 2019) In spite of the notorious Humboldt summer entertainment slump, this week actually has some pretty nice offerings. There are many shows happening that are unusual enough to merit attention:...

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Summer Farewells and Metal as Hell

(June 20, 2019) It's been an interesting local news cycle as far as the local music scene is concerned. The Mateel Community Center can't seem to catch a break, with back-to-back cancellations...

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Oysters and Outlaws

(June 13, 2019) It's too damn hot by half and I have stubbornly avoided the river this week, instead choosing to sweat it out at home. The reason has mostly to do with...

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Ascending

(June 6, 2019) Well, I made it home. And after 1,700 miles on a circuitous route from here to Escondido and back, I can now say with some authority that anyone who lives...

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Wanderlust

(May 30, 2019) There's a lot going on this week. Summer Arts and Music Festival is happening in Benbow, and although I don't know what the post-legalization attendance numbers have been looking like,...

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Moving Pictures

(May 23, 2019) It's that time of year again where the bright and colorful statues ride around the plaza and across the land and into the sea — sort of — to find...

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Cap and Gown and Getting Down

(May 16, 2019) It's time for the big walk this weekend and no, I'm not talking about the trip into the Pacific Ocean that I've got booked for sometime in the next...

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Meltdown Fest

(May 9, 2019) It's been a bad week, to be honest. My news-addicted mind experienced a mild apoplexy at two items I can't help but treat as related. The United Nations has released...

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Game of Tones

(May 2, 2019) Early on this week is a great time to catch great bands in the fringes of bigger genres. Noise punk, grindcore, psych rock and various other troubadours of the outré...

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In Bloom

(April 25, 2019) It's the last week of April. May Day is coming and with it comes the right time to watch what is maybe the greatest musical ever filmed, Robin Hardy...

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Don't Let it Burn

(April 18, 2019) I planned on writing something about the environment in this intro to fit the theme of this week's issue but, like many of you, I spent Monday watching the...

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Makin' Records

(April 11, 2019) It's that time of year again: The only smudge on the calendar when I will blemish my otherwise pure objection to the ugly forces of capitalism and grudgingly endorse a...

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April is the Coolest Month

(April 4, 2019) This week has a lot of jazz, a decent smattering of heavy metal and some festie-friendly electronic acts in the pipeline. Some big names are in the mix, as...

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Ship of Fools

(March 28, 2019) No intro this week. I'm too busy spending my time reading opinion pieces on Twitter and elsewhere explaining why the establishment heads in the Democratic Party hung all of...

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