Monday afternoon saw filming action on the Plaza, where various tribe members interact with the public. Another, more ambitious scene will be shot on the Plaza next Wednesday, June 16. That will include a number of extras in a farmers’ Market-like crafts fair, including vendors who participated in the recent Humboldt Arts Festival on I Street. “I can’t wait for that one,” Bowser exulted. “It’s going to be so groovy!”
I am 73 years old and I suspect there are not many fugitives of that age out there. If they had done just a little simple research of the kind that my wife and I do frequently while pursuing our genealogical hobby, they could have established that we only have daughters and no Stafford grandsons.
The Dell’Arte Youth Academy presents its summer workshops July 26 to Aug. 6. Morning sessions are from 9 a.m. to noon, Afternoons from 1 to 4 p.m. Classes held at Arcata Elementary School (formerly Sunset School) 2400 Baldwin St.
Attendees seemed unimpressed with slides that depicted Valley West as a multi-modal utopia populated by strolling pedestrians, dog-walkers, bicyclists, trucks and lots of trees, all living together in PowerPoint perfection and Adobe Illustrator harmony.
Flea is no flaky-shaky handheld production. It’s being shot in digital high definition, and will include some computer graphic special effects. “Making of” and “behind the scenes” featurettes will be produced along with the actual movie.
The journalism class must be returned next year. We need it, we want it, and through our devotion and enthusiasm we have proven over and over again that we deserve it.
As my fourth and final year of Arcata High draws to a close, many aspects of my academic career seem to bleed together. I find myself wondering which skills that I have attained in High School will be essential to succeeding at the next level. The skills that I have learned on the staff of…
And, yes, we are going through a budget crisis right now, but what better way to triumph over this adversity than to show that Arcata High can provide a life-altering experience for journalism students and an important and effective way to increase awareness in its community?
“There’s a chance that the Journalism class will continue,” Richards said. “It’s one of those classes that schools usually want to continue, no matter what.”
Terrence McNally Eye Business Editor It was just a couple of years ago that people would joke about Arcata’s burgeoning number of taco trucks. For a while, a new one appeared to pop up every month. With the pending arrival of Northcoast Horticulture Supply at the former Arcata Color Center location on Fifth Street, A-town…