Andrew Goff / Friday, April 22 @ 11:35 a.m. / Humboldt Live Sessions
First, a little bit of exciting news for Humboldt Live Sessions creator Chuck Johnson. Our man tells us he just reached a deal with the new operators of the Minor Theater in Arcata to show HLS clips before films screened there. That totally beats Pepsi ads! Congrats, Chuckster.
Let us celebrate with the latest episode featuring a fine local band and a fine local brew. Below watch local funky soulsmiths Scuber Mountain rhythm and riff through their song "Allison" amidst beer-making operations at Mad River Brewery in Blue Lake. Ahhh.
Humboldt Live Sessions music videos are produced by Chuck Johnson and feature local/travelin'-through musicians in non-traditionally musical Humboldt locations.
Previous Humboldt Live Sessions:
- No Pardon
- Moorea Masa
- Be Brave Bold Robot II
- Patchy Sanders
- The Painted Horses
- Royal Jelly Jive
- Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys
- Rainbow Girls
- Jessica Malone
- Snow Apple
- John Craigie Trio
- Shook Twins and Marty O'Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra
- Absynthe Quintet
- The HiLL
- Teach Me Equals
- Human Behavior
- Jeffrey Martin and Anna Tivel
- T Sisters
- Caroline Bauer
- Marty O'Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra II
- Laura Meyer
- Brothers Comatose
- Anna and the Underbelly
- The Lowest Pair
- Erin Inglish
- The Pine Hearts
- Marty O'Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra
- Brian Laidlaw
- Be Brave Bold Robot
- Shook Twins
- The Breaking Yard
- No Good Redwood Ramblers
- The Shapes
- Space Biscuit
- The Blackberry Bushes Stringband II
- Front Country with Melody Walker
- Poeina Suddarth
- The Lost Luvs
- Green and Lilac
- Rooster McClintock
- Water Tower
- Cyber Camel
- Joe Capoccia
- Josephine Johnson
- O.C., Gary and Mike
- Lyndsey Battle
- Caitlin Jemma
- Cory Goldman and Colin Vance
- The Blackberry Bushes Stringband
- The 51 Cards
- Todd Krider
Bayley Brown / Friday, April 22 @ 10:35 a.m. / Environment
World-renowned magician Dan Chan The Magic Man will be at The Old Steeple on Sunday! Doors open at 1:30 and the show starts at 2 PM. Tickets are $15 and are available at Ferndale Music Company, Mind's Eye Coffee Lounge, and at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2532935.
The Old Steeple and Ferndale Music Company are located at 246 Berding Street in Ferndale (next to the cemetery) call (707) 786-7030 for more information.
Bayley Brown / Thursday, April 21 @ 3:52 p.m. / History
Amber Grimes, your Explore Eureka Coordinator, came in today to talk about a historic event: "Illuminating the Past: Celebrating Sequoia Park's History" that's happening TODAY Thursday April 21st! It's from 6pm-8pm at Sequoia Park and FREE. You will be transported back in time to relive the rich history of Sequoia Park!
There will be 5 Zones to visit. Two tours lead by North Coast Repertory Theatre actors in costume, old-fashioned games, create your own toy, music at the Gazebo by the Humboldt Bay Brass, and the following booths: NCRT - Eureka Booth, Green Diamond Historic Logging Booth (giving out free tree saplings to all!), and Clarke Historical Museum Booth!
Also check out the Hunt Through History Challenge! There will be 13 Historical Significance Signs around the event.Find and read all 13. If you answer a question correctly at the Clarke Museum Booth, you'll get FREE PASSES to the Clarke Museum to extend your Hunt Through History.
Check out Eureka Parks and Rec website for more information.
Bayley Brown / Thursday, April 21 @ 3:10 p.m. /
Bayley Brown / Thursday, April 21 @ 2:40 p.m. / Music
Bringing a little brightness on this sad day, Rosalind Parducci and Ben Walden played some tunes.
Cliff Berkowitz / Thursday, April 21 @ 9:16 a.m. / News
This morning a news flash came across the Lost Coast Outpost that a possible pipe bomb was found by a 7 year old kid on California Street between Washington and Grant. The Outpost's Ryan Burns was on the scene when the EPD "Bomb Bot" arrived. Ryan called the KHUM studios moments after the devise was detonated by the robot. His eye witness account of the event aired live on KHUM and was recorded.