Rowdy mental patient J.P. McMurphy (Evan Vest) leads inmates Martini (Matt Stump), Billy Bibbit (Andrew Simmons) and Cheswick (Dave Lovell) to rebel against taking their daily tranquilizing medication.
The Chetco Pelican Players will present Ken Kesey’s classic asylum story “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest,” at 7:30 p.m. tonight (Sept. 27), 2 p.m. Sunday, and for the next two weekends at the Chetco Playhouse, 1240 Chetco Ave. in Brookings.
Music lovers enjoy an afternoon of music during Stagelights’ first outdoor music event Saturday at a private amphitheater off Cape Ferrelo Drive north of Brookings.
An estimated crowd of about 130 people filled the amphitheater at a new outdoor venue off Cape Ferrelo Drive Saturday to listen to the music of local bands such as Second Bridge, Giraffes on a Raft and The Joint Chiefs.
The country’s largest monument for World War II veterans is in Del Norte County’s backyard, but not many knew about it until recently.
Nestled among the tall trees near the entrance to Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, a stone dedicating the National Tribute Grove to the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces went largely unnoticed for most of the 65 years it sat there.
Members of the Outdoor Writers Association of California pose in front of the Stout Tree in Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park.
As an outdoorsman who moved here three years ago to work for the newspaper, the Outdoor Writers Association of California gig held here during the past week was right up my alley.
Having started Redwood Rides, a local kayak and bike tour guide service with a longtime friend from Minnesota this summer, I was even equipped to show the writers myself what convinced me to stick around America’s Wild Rivers Coast past my soon-to-end Triplicate days.
What better way to experience some of the world’s largest ancient redwoods on Howland Hill Road than by cruising through on your personal, two-wheel convertible, top-always-down, gawking at the 300-foot-plus giants? How could you make better acquaintance with one of the country’s most pristine rivers than by floating its crystal-clear waters in a kayak, marveling at giant boulders basking in the Smith’s turquoise tones?