Ebb and flow of COVID vaccines uncertain

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – The timing and amounts of initial COVID-19 vaccine shipments to Humboldt County have fulfilled expectations but the county’s health officer has said the scale of future availability is uncertain. ​In an update at the January 5 Board of Supervisors meeting, Dr. Ian Hoffman, the county’s health officer, described



Letters to the Editor, January 13, 2021

For some strange reason, the lunatics are running the asylum at KMUD, and this sad situation has only become worse in recent years (except for their still excellent news department).


Dell’Arte streaming Carlos Gallegos’ one-man shows

Ten Nights of Award-Winning Shows With Carlos Gallegos Actor/Director Will Perform One-Man Shows Over Live Stream BLUE LAKE – Before returning to teach at Dell’Arte International, Carlos Gallegos performed and studied theatre around the world. The actor, teacher, playwright and director studied at Dell’Arte, Jacques Lecoq International School and Le Samovar Clown School in France,


San Jose State football team to practice at HSU

San José State University HUMBOLDT – San José State University and Humboldt State University, a fellow California State University institution, reached an agreement for the Spartan football team to continue its preparation for the 2020 football season at the Humboldt State campus in Arcata. The Spartans will depart for Humboldt State this week, and will


Kirsten’s Kitchen: Let us eat Cauliflower Cake

When I daydream of publishing a cookbook, one of my titles would be “Vegetable Goddess,” since I fancy myself as someone who can entice people into eating the vegetables they think they abhor. However, there already exists a Vegetable God, Yotam Ottolenghi.  If you’re not familiar with him or his cookbooks, you’ve probably unknowingly seen