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Wednesday, February 22, 2017
HUMBOLDT COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

Humboldt Bay Water Trails

Cliff Berkowitz / Tuesday, Jan. 24 @ 9:06 a.m. / Trails

This morning Emily and I spoke with Denise Newman, Project Coordinator for RCAA and Mike Zeppegno, Explore North Coast about a new comprehensive Water Trails Map that just came out. It is very accurate with lots of information for both beginners and experts paddlers.

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Prepare yourself for Zounds on Saturday!

Bayley Brown / Monday, Jan. 23 @ 10:45 a.m. / Theater

Redwood Curtain Theatre will be performing your favorite annual radio drama fundraiser this Saturday at Blue Lake Casino & Hotel's Sapphire Palace.  I ran into these goofballs and recorded a few skits and an interview.  

Here's the interview with founders Peggy Metzger and Clint Rebik with a few simple rules first: 

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and now for a game of password:

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Tune in for the full performance this Saturday at 8PM!  For more information head here



RENT 20th Anniversary Tour coming to Humboldt

Bayley Brown / Friday, Jan. 20 @ 4:06 p.m. / Theater

RENT is coming to the Van Duzer Theatre at Humboldt State University on Janurary 31 and Fabruary 1!  Christian Thompson, who plays Benny Coffin, spoke with me about what an honor it is to be on the 20th Anniversary tour and a few other things.  

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For tickets head to the Center Arts website here

(L to R) Danny Harris Kornfeld, Christian Thompson, Kaleb Wells
RENT 20th Anniversary Tour, Credit Carol Rosegg, 2016

 



Fish Tales Opens Tonight!

Bayley Brown / Friday, Jan. 20 @ 3:32 p.m. / Fish , Theater

Your favorite family friendly cabaret is back!  Fish Tales runs tonight and tomorrow at the Carlo Theatre at Dell'Arte at 7:30PM each night.  This is a part of Humboldt Steelhead Days.  

Zuzka Sabata spoke with me a little bit about the history of this family friendly cabaret and what to expect in it this weekend.  

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Buy tickets here



Come to the Women's March in Eureka on Saturday!

Bayley Brown / Wednesday, Jan. 18 @ 2:11 p.m. / Local Happenings

Feeling frustrated about the current political climate and the corresponding rhetoric that has threatened the basic human rights of many?  Do you want to do something about it but don't know how?  

You are not alone.  

We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families - recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country.

 Women's March on Washington's Mission Statement-

The response to Women's March on Washington and the hundreds of corresponding marches across the globe in solidarity is evidence that many feel the same.  

Come to the Women's March in Eureka on Saturday at 1PM at 1st and C Street and show your support!  

Two of the Eureka March organizers Amy Uyeki and Julie Fulkerson came in to talk with me a little bit about it.  

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Check out the Facebook event for the Women's March in Eureka here and the Facebook event for the paddlers here.  For more on the national movement please go to https://www.womensmarch.com/



Oklahoma! Coming to an NCRT Near You

Cliff Berkowitz / Wednesday, Jan. 18 @ 8:51 a.m. / Theater

This morning I spoke with Calder Johnson, the Artistic Director of NCRT about their latest production, Oklahoma! This Rodgers & Hammerstein musical opens tomrrow night in Eureka.

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Brace Yourself for a Series of Storms

Cliff Berkowitz / Wednesday, Jan. 18 @ 8:09 a.m. / Mother Nature

This morning I spoke with Brad Charboneau of the National Weather Service office on Woodley Island about the series of storms that just began.

Charboneau says what we are experiencing today is the first of three storms we will face back to back. Along with the heavy wind, these storms will be quite wet, bringing with them the potential for flooding. This first system is predicted to take the Eel River at Fernbridge just inches away from flood stage.

And while river levels are expected to drop after that, the third storm in the series is expected to be the wettest. The third storm is expected to hit Sunday into Monday. Right now it is too far out for models to accurately predict flooding -- however, the potential is there.

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