KHSU's Homepage spoke with Josh Barnes, local stand-up comedian and the headliner of the group of funny people taking over the stage of the Ferndale Repertory Theater Saturday July 23rd. Hosted by James Stephen this evening of comedy will feature five local talents: Nando Molina, Josh Barnes, Matt Redbeard, Kim Hodges and Jessica Grant. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Doors open at 7:15 pm and the show starts at 8 pm. Parental discretion is advised.
From a City of Arcata Press Release: The City of Arcata and the Arcata Police Department are currently experiencing a phone service outage. However, 9-1-1 emergency services are NOT affected by this outage.The City’s phone service carrier is actively working to address the issue but has not yet provided an estimate for when the problem will be resolved. City email and website functions are still operational and City offices will remain open during normal business hours.
Friction Quartet, whose performances have been called “terribly beautiful” (San Francisco Classical Voice), “stunningly passionate” (Calgary Herald) and “chillingly effective” (San Francisco Examiner), exists to expand the string quartet repertoire and audience for adventurous contemporary music through commissioning composers and performing in underserved schools and communities. Joshua Kosman (San Francisco Chronicle) declared that Friction Quartet is “an artist who should be discovered” and described their performance as “high-octane music making…a fine blend of rhythmic ferocity and tonal flair.”
Friction Quartet performs Wednesday, June 8th at the Westhaven Center for the Arts and Thursday, June 9th at "The Space" at 92 Sunny Brae Center. Show times 7:30pm
Doc Stull and Homepage host Danielle Orr share their monthly feature on great athletes and sport from the Americas and Caribbean and their connection to popular culture and politics.
35 years ago… before the internet, before social media, there was Fernandomania. Fernando Valenzuela came from a small Mexican town in Sonora and captivated the “City of Angels” and the nation – becoming rookie of the year, pitcher of year and World Series champion in his first full season with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1981. It wasn’t just a sports story – it was a human story of improbable implications and shared meanings between the United States and Mexico – Valenzuela’s “eyes-toward-heaven” windup, unhittable breaking balls and his joy and competitive fire resonated with baseball fans and the public at large during that amazing year of Fernandomania in 1981.
Doc Stull and Danielle Orr discuss Fernando Valenzuela
"Bee Fest" will take place on May 6th and 7th, 2016.
Humboldt County Beekeepers Association presents the 3rd Annual Bee Fest. Join us at the Bayside Grange on Old Arcata Road and celebrate the amazing world of the honey bee and other pollinators. Everyone is welcome. And it's FREE.