It is not uncommon for those of us who have lived for over half a century to nostalgicize a Mom’s-apple-pie-in-the-sky America of the late Fifties and early Sixties that was kinder and gentler than it is today. Which just goes to show the truly corrosive effect of time on memory, or perhaps it’s just a […]
Fort Bragg City Council was going to allow a fundraiser block party in the streets of the city. Then they canceled it and kept a $5,000 deposit EcoMotion laid down for the event. Now, after a lot of bad noise, they’re giving it back. According to Nicole Kench, EcoMotion event promoter and founder, city manager […]
Studio Odd Hours, which you may or may not remember, has ceased to exist. For those of you who did not know of the “intelligent, New American Art” displayed in downtown Fort Bragg, or who refused climbing the flight of stairs leading to the second-story exhibition room on First Fridays: shame on you. The norm-bending […]
We waited 13 minutes for the 33 line at Castro and Market Monday afternoon. On the opposite corner, a naked man with a large penis stood—or sometimes paced—while a handful of impressed on-lookers, smiling and nodding in approval, huddled around him in the brilliant San Francisco sun. The man seemed to be jacked up. He […]
Tucked away in a bar-room corner, crouched on a chair, the part-owner of Noyo Bowl in Fort Bragg does his best to emulate Aaron Neville.
A response to some of the comments.
A look at Fort Bragg’s newest drinking establishment
What side of town are you on? Fort Bragg in photos.
Ed Colombi Jr. was guilty. Now he’s not. Maybe.
A survey of one of Fort Bragg’s oldest bars takes an awkward turn
“Speed me into a wedding so I can stop being a threat to the women of the world.” According to Will Stenberg, lead man of the local rock band The Kerosene Kondors, your incentive to buy his third solo album, Will Stenberg: Home Recordings, Volume 1, 2002-2009, is to raise money for his upcoming wedding. But […]