7:10 a.m. After partially smoking a cigarette, a lower H Street resident reported feeling as though he had a spike through his head. An ambulance was summoned.
Though beaten and bruised, it is safe for the public.
EUREKA – Members of the San Francisco Opera Guild will perform a free mini-opera on Sunday, Oct. 30 at 4 p.m. at the Arkley Center for the Performing Arts in Eureka.
What started as an acoustic compilation is expanded to electric jazz, blues, folk, classical, funk and even surf music.
• Saturday, August 17 8:41 a.m. A woman sat at Blakeslee Avenue and Q Street with a dog, far from the rich muttering grounds downtown and carrying on a dialogue with herself about hating California.
8:10 a.m. A Villa Way resident reported hearing some kind of alarm in the area for the past few days. Police traced the sound to a neighbor’s smoke alarm, the batteries of which were dying and causing the device to emit death-chirps.
6:56 p.m. Hoodie-ensconced philosophers quibbled over quiddity’s finer points at an Alliance Road mini-mart. “I know where you live, bitch,” reasoned one participant.
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…