“Oh, ‘Humboldt Honey,’ no matter who or what your opponents might be, know you have a very grateful and appreciative proponent in me,” wrote Michael R. Langdon of Eureka. “I think I am in love.”
At that time, it was my intention to please people. Now after a lot of therapy and personal work, I realize that everyone is entitled to their opinion. It really doesn’t have anything to do with me at all. The poster was simply a catalyst for expression of both the right and left wing factions.
Red pandas are found in the mountain forests of Nepal, India, Bhutan, China, and Myanmar (Burma) in Western Asia and are an endangered species. Sadly, they are nearly extinct in the western part of their range because their forest home is being sacrificed to development. Their beautiful red fur is also coveted for clothing decoration in some cultures. Today, there are thought to be fewer than 2,500 Red pandas remaining in the wild.
I am travelling in the land down under with aerialist and clown Miss Heather Lewis. Our travels are taking us from Sydney to Brisbane and back along the Pacific Highway 1. It is winter now in the Southern Hemisphere and the weather has been overall sunny with patches of rain. The people here have been very friendly and accommodating, most locations we visit are suited to international backpackers.
After years at the Six Rivers Masonic Lodge on Bayside Road, top-ranked Northcoast Preparatory Academy (NPA) will have to find new teaching quarters for the next school year. “This was something that we didn’t see coming,” said Michael Bazemore, NPA head of school. Reasons for discontinuing the school’s lease are unclear. Phone and e-mail messages to the Masonic Lodge weren’t returned.
The 21st annual WoodFair will be held at Almquist Lumber Company’s retail facility at 5301 Boyd Road on July 10 and 11 from 9 to 5 p.m. Entries are accepted until July 2 for the exhibition and fair. For information about entering, visit HumboldtWoodFair.org or call (707) 768-1975.
While City workers might still miss grabbing a cup of joe at Sacred, at least they’ll be able to deposit their paychecks come mid-fall. According to Hunter, CCCU is planning to capitalize on the still-large HSU faculty and student populations for banking needs.
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.
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.
Ted and the Fun Bunch, Arcata