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Ineffable Live & The Mateel Present Collie Buddz

Ineffable Live & The Mateel Present

Collie Buddz

September 3, 2018

All Ages

Doors 8pm / Show 9pm

No refunds


Mateel Community Center

59 Rusk Lane

Redway, CA 95560

All Ages

5 Questions for Matthew Brockmeyer

I met Matthew Brockmeyer through the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the Horror Writers Association.  We were selling books together just last month at the Bay Area Book Festival. 929 more words

Books For Sale

Pro "Dams on the Eel" Fennell trying to pull a fast one at tomorrow's Supervisors meeting

Last week, PG&E finally publicly announced its intent to auction the Eel River dams/Potter Valley Project this Fall.

Also last week, Friends of the Eel River learned through a series of Public Records Act requests that Humboldt County Supervisor Estelle Fennell and her fellow Eel Russian River Commissioners (county supervisors from Sonoma and Mendocino counties) have held a series of at least five secret meetings with PG&E over the last year to put together a plan to keep the Eel River dams in place. 353 more words

Good Ol' Boys

4.4. Earthquake Hits Off Northern California Coast

(CBS SF) — A light earthquake struck off the coast of Northern California near the Oregon border Monday afternoon.

The magnitude 4.4 quake hit 66 miles west of Eureka at 4:51 p.m. 154 more words


The old idiom that March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb didn’t quite hold true in the Midwest this year, as is well illustrated in a message from a friend in Minnesota in mid-April: “Today’s Spring blizzard is reminiscent of the delicious winter blizzards of my youth that caused school cancellations (public libraries are closed today because of storm—a small nod to the school closing ‘cheers’ of my childhood). 1,017 more words


Goodbye, President McKinley's Statue

Nearly eight years ago I wrote a short history about how the statue of President William McKinley came to grace the town square of Arcata, California. 320 more words


Journey to Belize: Of Soreness and Musings

This post continues the retelling of my 2017 trip to Belize: participating in an archaeology field school and learning about jaguar conservation. The previous entry in this series is located… 636 more words