Bayley Brown / Friday, July 8 @ 11:06 a.m. / Theater
The madness in Blue Lake continues with Whether We Like It Or Not. Originally created for the 2014 Thesis Festival, the production was then shown at the New Orleans Fringe Festival and New York City as part of the Flint and Tinder series at The Tank. Now it's back at Dell'Arte! Check it out at the Carlo Theater tonight and tomorrow at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 4 p.m.
Creators Ariel Lauryn and Lucy Shelby spoke with me about returning to Blue Lake, the play, and other relatively interesting things.
For more information and tickets head here or call 707-668-5663
Bayley Brown / Thursday, July 7 @ 12:29 p.m. / Theater
There's a new play opening this weekend at Redwood Curtain Theater! It's hilarious and involves quiche. What more could you want?
Click below for my interview with Director Shea King and a few others. ;)
Cliff Berkowitz / Tuesday, July 5 @ 10:13 a.m. / Trails
This morning Jessica Hall and I spoke with Eureka Parks and Recreation Director Miles Slattery about the Eureka Waterfront Trail.
Phase A, which will extend from the northern end of the Hikshari Trail to the foot of Del Norte Street, has begun and should be completed by September, according to Slattery. Phases B and C, which will extend the trail all the way around the waterfront to the Eureka slough, near Target, should be completed by the end of 2017 or the middle of 2018, he added.
Here's the conversation from this morning's broadcast on KHUM:
Chas Lewis / Thursday, June 30 @ 8:02 p.m. / Music
Tonight (7/1) from 7 to 10pm on The South Side, it's a birthday tribute to three heavyweights from the worlds of Blues and Soul, all born on July 1st.
Poet, songwriter, producer and arranger Willie Dixon, under-appreciated blues & soul singer, guitar & harmonica man, Syl Johnson, and the blues force of nature that is James "Superharp" Cotton.
Each Friday night, Chas Lewis plays great classic blues and soul along with new releases and your requests.
Start your weekend right, and check out The South Side every Friday night, 7 to 10pm Pacific.
Cliff Berkowitz / Tuesday, June 28 @ 9:28 a.m. / Trails
This morning new Happy Trails co-host Scott Machen and I spoke with Ali Osgood and Tom Phillips of the Redwood Coast Mountain Bike Association. Ali is a board member, and a student of mine at HSU and Tom is the president of the organization. Today we spoke of their extensive work at Lacks Creek, and other trail projects, their upcoming Pines for Nonprofits event tomorrow at Mad River Brewery, and their July 30 Enduro event.
Cliff Berkowitz / Tuesday, June 28 @ 8:05 a.m. / Literature
This morning I had the pleasure of talking to up-and-coming author Kendra Namednil. For the record, I have known Kendra Lindemann since she was a little girl. It is always exciting to kids you've known grow into amazing adults. If you haven't noticed, Kendra's nom de plume is the reverse of Lindemann, minus the extra N.
In the years since I have know her, Kendra has become quite an accomplished writer. She has written many books. Her current series called "A Vow Unbroken." It will eventually be a 12 book series. She has currently written 8 of the 12 and is currently writing 9 & 10 concurrently. This series is in the fantasy genre leaning on the darker side. The first book in group will soon be released called "Borehole Bizarre."
Kendra is releasing this book though Inkshares.com. Inkshares is a unique publisher designed for the independent author. You can pre-order either an ebook or hardcopy on the website. Once the pre orders reach 250 it will be published. FYI, Kendra is well on her way to that magic number.
To help her get there quicker she is having a book reading today, 4pm at "Because Coffee," 300 F Street, Eureka. At the event she will be giving out gifts to those who pre-order at the event, plus there will also be a free raffle for some of these goodies as well. Gifts include a hand-painted mug coffee mug, etched glass cocoa mug, and hand painted coaster All pictured above.
Michael Muir, great-grandson of John Muir, called in to talk about about the National Park Service's Centennial Celebration on Sunday. He spoke about his upcoming presentation at the event and his work with Access Adventure.
The Redwood National and State Park's FREE celebration will be Sunday from noon till 5 p.m. at the bottom of Bald Hills Road, just off of Highway 101 north of Orick. There will be bands, food trucks, activities, pony rides, speakers and more.