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Kirsten’s Kitchen: Parmesan-Style Stuffed Eggplant

Kirsten’s Kitchen: Parmesan-Style Stuffed Eggplant

Technically, summer is waning, but here in Humboldt we know that our best sunny days are coming, leaving Fogust behind. Celebrate with eggplant! Shiny, glossy purple eggplant always seduces me at the farmers’ market and I scored a couple of smaller sized ones, perfect for serving two people.  Carve out the pulp, add tomato sauce,

Trinidad Tidings: Trinidad Appreciation Weekend is Sept. 25 and 26

Trinidad Appreciation Weekend, a dispersed, outdoor celebration of the California Coastal National Monument Trinidad Gateway, will take place Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 25 and 26. Coordinators Carol Vander Meer and Michelle Kunst of the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust, Leisyka Parrot, interpretative specialist with the Bureau of Land Management, and CCNM partners invite the community to

Bayside Corners: Jacoby Creek study will improve fish, flooding bg

Anyone who drives Old Arcata Road in the winter knows that there can be quite a bit of flooding in the Jacoby Creek valley.  Most noticeable to passers-through is a quarter-mile section around the Jacoby Creek Bridge that floods most every year, sending a stream of muddy water across the road.  Brave folks in high

Humboldt sends Christmas to Washington, D.C.

Each section of the quilted tree skirt is more amazing than the last, in use of fabrics to enhance the design, in the variety of quilt stitches, in the choice of colors, and in the wide variety of designs themselves from the very traditional to the wildest quilter’s dream. Naturally, all the stitching was perfect.

OBITUARY: David Allen Bellaires

So much of Dave’s life revolved around loving others. From self-sacrificing service in the Coast Guard, to dedicated fatherhood, to keeping people connected to some of the most important treasures in their lives. Dave is survived by his wife Kathy, his sons Alexander, William, his step-daughter Nathalee, and step-son Nate. 

Trinidad Tidings: Seaside Village percolates with possibilities

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children) is going full steam ahead in their fall campaign, “Super Kid Season,” to raise money, and awareness, for its programs to support local foster youth and to train CASA advocates. Trinidad Civic Club has participated for several years in the campaign and has been one of Humboldt County’s