11:08 a.m. His breakfast was a pint of vodka, brunch was a drunken brawl in which a tooth was liberated and the mid-day Moment of Zen was serenely wandering out of the hospital untreated and ignoring the appeals of medical staff.
8:47 a.m. A so-called man had a hissyfit in the Community Park playground, yelling and kicking the children’s play equipment. A cop went and tempered his tiny-tot tempest.
Previously, Frank Festag of CSI Decon revealed the more macabre aspects of crime scene cleanup. This week he discusses the aftermath of drug manufacture. Photos used with this story are from a 2003 Arcata Eye story about a ruined grow house on Terrace Avenue. Second of two parts. – Ed. Kevin L. Hoover Eye Editor…
Persons were observed dancing in the street on H Street between 11th and 12th when they obviously could have been inside watching TV and leading fulfilling false lives in World of Warcraft.
From Keneally’s well-documented recorded work as a guitarist/keyboardist/vocalist in Frank Zappa’s last touring band, to his recordings and performances with Robert Fripp, Dethklok, Wayne Kramer, Steve Vai, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Joe Satriani, Andy Partridge and many others, he’s earned a reputation as someone who brings an intense, original musical voice to any and all musical happenings.
A free-range intellectual whose vast cranial resources were encased in a sideways baseball cap had forwarded the insta-thesis that this one guy’s girlfriend was a “bitch.
7:44 p.m. The iPod was like a gooey caramel nougat center in an unlocked car on L.K. Wood Boulevard, as enjoyed by a sweet-toothed slithy tove.
9:28 a.m. The groundscore theme o’ the morn was perpetuated with discovery of multiple contractor bags full of pot and pipes dumped near the train tracks. Police advised the caller to dispose of the desultory dope.
5:44 p.m. A man claimed that he’d dropped a $100 bill on the sidewalk at a Uniontown shopping center when a man swooped down and snatched it. The two argued briefly before the Benjamin bagger boogied.
2:26 p.m. Another cannabis-based argument bubbled like a bong amplified a hundred times at 17th and G streets.