The hilarity of the gags, jokes and physical comedy, the well defined local history, the compelling story line, the poignancy of the characters and their relationship with each other, the deep elucidation of the human condition in all its flawed beauty, humor and pathos — it’s all there, again, in this truly brilliant production.
“Over the years I’ve smoked and not smoked, depending on how my life was going,” she paused, knowing the next admission would change the course of her life forever. “I don’t want to say I’m addicted, but it’s definitely become a chronic habit and I’m ready to make a change.”
Working for others, or more specifically, caring for other’s indoor grows was getting old. He was tired of the indoor scene, tired of the daily fear that came with it, the loss of neighborhoods – of a community vibe and the energy consumed to create a few pounds of bud.
Doing things simply because you enjoy them helps balance out all the energy you put into the things you do because you have to. So make sure your life is a journey that you are enjoying and not just something you are trying to get through. Make a list of the things that feed your soul and try to do at least one of them every day.
The Ink People, an arts and culture incubator in our community since 1979, has put out a call for volunteers, vendors and sponsors for The Golden Road Art & Music Fair Sunday, Aug. 1 at the Old Creamery at Ninth and L streets.
1:45 p.m. One man in a long trench coat and another in a camouflage jacket overcame their differences in terms of outerwear preference and shared marijuana in front of a Plaza tavern. On seeing a bar employee calling police, the two activated a unified emergency response plan, the primary component of which was skedaddling westward.
Blue Lake: The Opera could be – no, it is – the funniest and most musically gratifying work Dell’Arte has ever pulled off. This radically revised, eccentrically amplified history of Blue Lake really is an opera, with purty singin’ and everything, plus tragedy, redemption and an array of colorful and often adorable characters. Written by Lauren…
Having been through so many iterations as a fooderie, from bakery to Korean restaurant, Wolfe did the equivalent of cleansing one’s palate, clearing the space entirely to start from scratch. “We gutted it and started over,” she said. The effort has taken months, detail by meticulous detail.
Eye Staff Report ARCATA HIGH – Facing drastic funding shortfalls, the Northern Humboldt Union High School District is considering a $25 million bond issue. The matter will be discussed at the Tuesday, June 29 meeting of the NHUHSD Governing Board, to be held at the Arcata High School Multipurpose Room beginning at 6 p.m. If…
Power cables snaked across dusty rubble to techy light fixtures nestled amid piles of wreckage, while smoky burn barrels cast flickering shadows across the brittle ruins, lending further atmosphere to the timeless allure of the scrapyard’s post-industrial toxicity.