Mike Dronkers / Thursday, Sept. 18 @ 4:34 p.m. /
For once, there's a good reason to post a food photo to social media.
Humboldt County Restaurant Week starts Friday, September 26th, and the most mouth-wateringly good photo will win you, well, more watery mouth.
Get to a participating restaurant during #HumCoRestaurantWeek and treat yourself to something good! Humboldt's finest chefs have some special surprises in store. While you're there, take a delicious-looking photo and post it to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with #HumCoRestaurantWeek so we can find it.
We'll post the best photos we find and let the upvoting decide the winner! First place gets a $100 gift certificate to a local restaraunt, second place is worth $50 and the third place photo wins you $50.
HOW TO GET FREE FOOD
1. Go to a participating restaurant between Friday, Sept 26 and Sunday, Oct 5.
2. Take a food photo that looks amazing
3. Post it to Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook with the tag #HumCoRestaurantWeek
4. Check the Lost Coast Outpost and KHUM.com to vote during HumboldtRestaurantWeek
What is Humboldt County Restaurant Week, and why even care? Find out more on their Facebook page, and listen to Ann Anderson and Edie Jessup of Locally Delicious on KHUM.
While unlikely, Lost Coast Communications reserves all rights to disinclude suspected cheaters and/or capriciously award a winner. Subject to all the usual contest rules.
Chas Lewis / Thursday, Sept. 18 @ 6:09 p.m. / Music
Mike Dronkers / Thursday, Sept. 18 @ 10:46 a.m. /
You might not feel the same, but I can't reconcile the face to the voice. -MD
Mike Dronkers / Thursday, Sept. 18 @ 8:21 a.m. / Media
Cliff Berkowitz / Wednesday, Sept. 17 @ 8:50 a.m. / Event
This morning I spoke with Fox Olson, the Executive Director of Arcata House Partnership. They will be having a big fundraising event this Saturday night from 7pm till 11pm at the Bayside Grange. This event will have live music and dancing and will help fund the services of Arcata House Partnership. It is also a birthday party for their E.D. Fox Olson.
Mike Dronkers / Tuesday, Sept. 16 @ 4:51 p.m. /
Mike Dronkers / Tuesday, Sept. 16 @ 11:11 a.m. /
These cheeky Brits, along with a cheeky Bob Ornelas, showed up in Ferndale today. Turns out, they're the Pacific Pedallers (sic), biking their way from the Canadian border to the Mexican border.
They're also raising money for the UK's version of Wounded Warrior, Help For Heroes and to help fight Alzheimers and dementia.
Follow the Pacific Pedallers on Twitter here.
Good luck, British homies!