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‘Riotously funny’ circus coming to town

‘Riotously funny’ circus coming to town

Arcata Playhouse ARCATA – Flynn Creek Circus will emerge from lock-down and perform in the Creamery District Thursday, July 29 to Sunday, Aug. 1. Experience a comedic circus “Fairytale.” Riotously funny, deeply moving and dangerously inspiring, this charmingly fresh all-human circus will be raising their vintage big top in the Creamery District!  Driven by original

‘Extremely modified’ OysterFest this weekend

Mad River Union ARCATA – The Arcata Bay Oyster Festival returns this Saturday, June 26 with live music outside the Arcata Playhouse at 1251 Ninth St. in the Creamery District. “This extremely modified event is small and offers a stage full of excellent local music,” states a press release from Arcata Main Street. The festival

Creamery District art installations Saturday

Arcata Playhouse CREAMERY DISTRICT – As a partnership between artists and scientists, Playhouse Arts coordinated the collaboration of many minds to create art installations in the Creamery District that highlight the unique ecosystem of the Jolly Giant Creek.  Two new public art projects, a permanent sculpture installation and a mural project, will be installed in

Latest Plaza improvement push shaping up

Serious talk of “fully pedestrianizing” Plaza, with car-free mall to Creamery District Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – The Plaza Improvement Task Force is well into its quest to improve conditions on the Arcata Plaza. Charged by the City Council to identify, prioritize and make recommendations to the City Council on projects and

Levin Brothers coming to Arcata Playhouse for two nights

  Arcata Playhouse CREAMERY DISTRICT – Rock bass legend Tony Levin joins his brother Pete Levin for an evening of jazz with the Levin Brothers Trio at the Arcata Playhouse for a special two-night engagement on Sunday, Jan. 20 and Monday, Jan. 21 at 8 p.m. The Arcata Playhouse is located at 1251 Ninth St.

Arcata Chamber recognizes the best in the business community, beginning with these three beautifiers

Joellen Clark-Peterson Arcata Chamber of Commerce ARCATA – This is one part in a series of articles featuring the three nominees in the six categories of Arcata’s Annual Business Leadership Awards. In January, members of the Arcata Chamber of Commerce, who made the nominations, will vote for the winners, and they will be announced at

Enter at your own risk: The Haunted Kinetic Lab of Horrors 2017

TERROR RECHARGED Doors have been re-creaked, old favorites re-dusted, gallons of black paint slathered and chilling new thrills added to the Haunted Kinetic Lab of Horrors, at the corner of Eighth and N streets in Arcata’s Creamery District. This year’s lab features music by the DeadDrops and La Bonita food truck while you’re waiting in

The endlessly self-renewing Old Creamery

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union OLD CREAMERY – Arcata’s Creamery Building is an icon, a landmark, a historical relic, a light industrial park, a performance space, an artistic warren, creative incubator and the capitol of the surging Creamery District. For all its history, the Old Creamery’s story is still being written. Plans in the

Calling all angels: Jane Siberry in Arcata

Arcata Playhouse CREAMERY DISTRICT – More than 30 years after her first musical release, Toronto native Jane Siberry is renowned as one of contemporary music’s most creative and innovative artists – with 11 major recordings, her own independent label and the acclaim of fans and peers alike. Siberry’s songs have been covered by numerous artists,

Arcata’s ARRC recycling center closing

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – The city for whom waste diversion is almost a spiritual journey will soon be without its own recycling center. Rick Powell, general manager of Eel River Resource Recovery (ERRR) told the Humboldt Waste Management Authority (HWMA) that it is closing its Arcata collection center, the Arcata Resource recovery

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