Power cables snaked across dusty rubble to techy light fixtures nestled amid piles of wreckage, while smoky burn barrels cast flickering shadows across the brittle ruins, lending further atmosphere to the timeless allure of the scrapyard’s post-industrial toxicity.
Attendance since 2004 has gone up substantially and the festival is now estimated to bring 18,000 people to the town square. In 2004, the financial bump from OF to Arcata’s economy was estimated at $551,000.
Arcata Main Street’s 20th Annual Oyster Festival will take place Saturday, June 19 from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on the Arcata Plaza, located at G and 8th streets in Arcata. Off-site parking and free shuttle service will be available. (707) 822-4500, arcatamainstreet.com.
ARCATA – As the bountiful local produce season gets underway, so too does the North Coast Growers’ Association Farmers’ Market on the Arcata Plaza. The market opens this Saturday and runs each Saturday until late November from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The weekday markets begin in June. The push to consume fresh, local, nutritious…
The Dead White Male’s buried white base might soon see daylight for the first time in 20 years.
3:19 p.m. A Valley West Boulevard resident said she and her husband had argued about their TV’s volume when he said, “I’ll fix the problem,” and attempted to throw the set out the window. When she intervened in the video defenestration, her left thumb was smashed.