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Wednesday, March 29, 2017
HUMBOLDT COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

March for Science

Bayley Brown / Yesterday @ 1:05 p.m. / Activism

Ross Taylor came by to talk to me about the Humboldt March for Science.  It's a part of a nation wide event happening on Earth Day, Saturday, April 22.  It's at the D Street Neighborhood Center and goes from 9AM until 4PM.  

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For more information check out the Facebook group here and the event page here.  DONATE here



Summer Opportunities on the Bigfoot Trail

Cliff Berkowitz / Yesterday @ 9:07 a.m. / Trails

This morning I spoke with Michael Kauffmann about the Bigfoot Trail, a 300+ mile trek through some of the the most beautiful parts of Northern California and Southern Oregon. With the summer on the way there are many opportunities to get involved with improving the trail and just enjoying it. More info at bigfoottrail.org

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Jane Doe in Wonderland

Bayley Brown / Monday, March 27 @ 11:04 a.m. / Theater

This week a new play is premiering in Humboldt!  

Jane Doe in Wonderland is accurately described as "An entertaining, educational, and accessible production created through a collaboration between local theater alumni and anti sex trafficking nonprofit Game Over to start a dialogue on the subject using the metaphor of Alice in Wonderland." 

Erin Johnston, Grace Booth, and Kate Tobie started this project a year and a half ago as a part of their community service project through Dell'Arte.  They continued to develop the project as a way to garner awareness and education in communities.  

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For more information head to janedoeinwonderland.com



Wanna help Engineers Without Borders? Easy Peasy: Come drink beer at the Humboldt Homebrew Festival this upcoming Saturday!

Lyndsey Battle / Sunday, March 26 @ 2:11 p.m. / Good People of Humboldt

Jax Cat and Gabriel Salazar came in to talk about our local chapter of Engineers Without Borders.  Their annual fundraiser, The Humboldt Homebrew Festival, is coming up on Saturday, April 1st at the Arcata Community Center (2-8p).  Funds raised from last year's festival helped send seven EWB folks to Camoapa, Nicaragua to drill a well for the hospital!  Jax and Gabriel discussed their experiences in Camoapa and other EWB projects we can support by coming to the Homebrew Fest.

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Engineers Without Borders members at the new well in Camoapa: (from left to right) Tanya Garcia, Chuck Swanson, Richela Maeda, Gabriel Salazar, Patrick Sullivan, Lissa Daugherty, Jax Cat, Ramon Mendoza

Tickets to the Humboldt Homebrew Festival are on sale at Wildberries and Arcata Scrap & Salvage.



Richard III opens tonight at NCRT

Bayley Brown / Thursday, March 23 @ 5:30 p.m. / Theater

Look out!  North Coast Repertory Theatre has a night of gruesome excitement in store for you.  If dark humor and sword fighting is your thrill make sure to check out Richard III.  One of Shakespeare's longer plays, NCRT has paired it down to all the best parts.  

Director Dave Hamilton came in to talk about it.  

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More information and tickets at ncrt.net.  



World Water Rising

Cliff Berkowitz / Thursday, March 23 @ 2:41 p.m. / Activism

Founder and volunteer Executive Director of the Mad River Alliance Dave Feral came into talk about World Water Rising happening Saturday at the Blue Lake Casino.  

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Melodrama will leave you hopeful

Bayley Brown / Wednesday, March 22 @ 12:46 p.m. / Theater

Dell'Arte International Professional Training Program student Katharine Ruegger talks about what melodrama is, what you may experience this weekend, and other exciting things (like studying in the Redwoods).  

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For tickets and more information head to dellarte.com.