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Sentinel Presents: Pilot Rock Ramblers – Live At May Day

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Sentinel Presents: Radios In Caves – Live At The Works

 

Keeping up with the up-and-coming bands of Humboldt County, Sentinel Presents brings you the alt-rock of Radios In Caves as they impress the crowd at The Works record store during the final Arts Alive! of 2011!

Filmed live in Eureka, CA on December 3, 2011.

Produced by Charles Douglas in association with the Humboldt Sentinel.

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Produced at Access Humboldt utilizing community media.

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Sentinel Presents: Another Climb With The Compost Mountain Boys – Live At May Day

Sentinel Presents brings you the fourth in a series of performances at the May Day Festival on the Humboldt Bay waterfront, with another set of original and traditional bluegrass hits from the Compost Mountain Boys!

Filmed live in Eureka, CA on May 7, 2011.

Produced by Charles Douglas in association with the Humboldt Sentinel.

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Sound engineering by Mo Hollis.

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Sentinel Presents: Grandma Dolf – A Thanksgiving Reunion

For the opening of our new season on Access Humboldt, Sentinel Presents brings you a special reunion of Old Town’s convention-assassinating wildcats, Grandma Dolf, whose all-original experimental sound is unlike anything heard before!

Filmed live in Eureka, CA on November 26, 2011.

Produced by Charles Douglas in association with the Humboldt Sentinel.

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Produced at Access Humboldt utilizing community media.

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Sentinel Presents: Mister Moonbeam – Live At The Lil’ Red

Sentinel Presents brings back Mister Moonbeam for another zany display of one-man twangy folk funk at the Lil’ Red Lion in Downtown Eureka.

Filmed live in Eureka, CA on November 26, 2011.

Produced by Charles Douglas in association with the Humboldt Sentinel.

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Produced at Access Humboldt utilizing community media.

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Sentinel Presents: Pony Time – Live At The Little Shop Of Hers

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Sentinel Interviews: Kirk Girard

In the first episode of Sentinel Interviews filmed in-studio, host Charles Douglas sits down with Kirk Girard, Community Development Services Director for the County of Humboldt, to discuss the controversial role he plays in regulating development in the area. Girard digs into the tug-of-war between conservationists and business interests in the General Plan Update process, and also gets into his record in private industry and what motivates him to pursue an agenda of simultaneously stimulating economic development while protecting natural resources.

Filmed at the studio of the Access Humboldt Community Media Center in Eureka, CA on November 2, 2011.

Produced by Charles Douglas in association with the Humboldt Sentinel.

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Technical Director: David Giarrizzo
Sound Engineer: Michael the K
Floor Director: Mike Harris

Music by Greg Allen.

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Lyndsey Battle – Live in Old Town

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