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The HUM: Labor and the Sister City

The HUM: Labor and the Sister City

It’s a longstanding tradition, Labor Day in the U.S.A. is a holiday celebrated the first Monday in September, same thing in Canada, although they call it Labour Day. We started honoring “labor” in the late 19th century, when the union movement was growing. While 21st century unions are not as strong as they once were,

The HUM: Let’s get political

A few years ago I went with my wife and my dear old mom on a trip to Europe. We started in Paris, went down to the French Riviera, then through Italy, essentially following what the Brits used to call “the Grand Tour.” Shopping in a Paris flea market, I scored some cool 45s for my

Trinidad Bay Art & Music Festival: two weekends in the seaside village

Mad River Union TRINIDAD – The Trinidad Bay Art & Music Festival takes place over the next two weekends in the seaside village of Trinidad. Tickets for the following concerts can be purchased at TBAMFest.com. Marimba Masterworks Nonoka Mizukami performs on Friday, Aug. 9 at 8 p.m. at Trinidad Town Hall, 409 Trinity St., Trinidad.

The HUM: What the folk?

As summer rolls along, pulling July with it, it’s once again time for the Humboldt Folklife Society Folklife Festival, the 41st annual celebration of all local things folkish, whatever folk means.  In Humboldt it’s fairly loosely interpreted, as you can see by the musical range in the eight-days-a-week ahead (Saturday, July 13, through Saturday, July

Janine Volkmar Review: A love fest and great theatre in Blue Lake

Janine Volkmar Mad River Union It is difficult to write a critical review about what was so clearly a love fest at the opening night of Turning Gray Skies Blue: The Music of Timmy Gray. The Dell’Arte company celebrated Gray’s work on over 50 productions by reprising songs from many of those plays, many with

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