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An explosive season of Humboldt Crabs victories so far

An explosive season of Humboldt Crabs victories so far

Richard LaPreziosa Mad River Union ARCATA – In the five games the Humboldt Crabs played last week, three of them saw double digit scores by the Crabs and not one of them was a loss as they improved their record to 22 wins and five losses. It all started Tuesday night at the Arcata Ball

Crab Gab: A moment of silence at the ballpark

Members of Dennison’s family came from near and far to celebrate his life in a unique way. His brother, Paul Dennison, threw out the first pitch. Also attending were Paul’s wife, Janice, Wayne’s sister Dian Tucker and her husband James, Wayne’s son, Wally, and Wayne’s ex-wife Jenny. Other friends gathered in the section of the bleachers where Wayne usually sat.

Crab Gab: Belly up to the ballpark bar and order a cool Humboldt Cider

It used to be “baseball, motherhood and apple pie.” Now it’s “baseball, motherhood and apple cider.” Humboldt Cider has made it into the Arcata Ball Park. “We’re fans, so we are really excited,” Tom Hart said.  Hart is one of the partners in the Humboldt Cider Company. And it’s a celebration when cider gets added

What’s new around Arcatatown, April 1, 2019

A VERY SPECIAL ARTS! ARCATA The April Arts! Arcata will feature an array of bullshit artists, each projecting  their particular flavor of fraudulent but highly profitable scams from alcoves around the Plaza. Clockwise from Eighth and H, the Plaza’s west side will feature financial bamboozlers, providing payday loans at usurious interest rates, while others pitch

Two new downtown Arcata cannabis vendors OK’d

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – The Planning Commission last week approved use permits for two new downtown cannabis vendors. The new cannabis retailers are Pacific Paradise, a 48-year-old existing shop located at 1087 H St., and The Fireplace, located at 1041 F St., Suite A.  The new vendors are the first to

Parks & Rec to dicuss e-vehicles on trails

  Mad River Union ARCATA – The popularity  of electric bicycles has surprised some users of the Humboldt Bay Trail North. Along with e-bikes, the onset of electrified “onewheel” skateboards have also signified a change in the overall user experience on the Arcata Marsh-traversing trail. Arcata’s Parks and Recreation Committee will discuss the use of