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Support your local poet – buy a poem – April 14, 2010

Sharon Letts Eye Correspondent ARCATA – Jacqueline Suskin can be found on the Arcata Plaza during Farmers’ Market, or tucked away in some business’ doorway during Arts! Arcata. However, she does not sell produce or play a fiddle. Suskin is a poet. She sits on a folding chair, her 1950s Royal typewriter perched upon her

Here Comes the 2010 Farmers' Market – April 8, 2010

ARCATA – As the bountiful local produce season gets underway, so too does the North Coast Growers’ Association Farmers’ Market on the Arcata Plaza. The market opens this Saturday and runs each Saturday until late November from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The weekday markets begin in June. The push to consume fresh, local, nutritious

Old Shed Falls Down – March 24, 2010

Kevin L. Hoover Eye Editor Q STREET – For decades, maybe a hundred years, the sturdy, nondescript building stood straddling Janes Creek, for most of its life playing a role in the Arcata Bottom’s booming dairy industry. Designed as a “storm shed,” the building protected cattle from the weather until they could be herded into

KHSU Spring Membership Drive Starts This Friday, March 19

HUMBOLDT – KHSU is counting on the love of its members to raise $120,000 during the Spring Membership Drive, which starts this Friday, March 19. In return, some of the public radio station’s hosts are showing love for their listeners by extending or otherwise celebrating their shows in different ways. Throughout the drive, March 19