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Posted in Uncategorized on July 17, 2014 by highboldtage

Good afternoon!

For July’s rent (previous email below), we had to borrow $100 from a volunteer and good friend of PARC- and we need to pay it back!  We also have bills to pay:  electric and gas, phone lines, and the last payment for insurance on a van we use minimally, to haul our informational displays and music to various parts of town.

PARC just helped put on a wildly successful and fun Fair Wage Cafe in Cesar Chavez Park in Eureka on July 12th.  Now, we need to catch up on our bills.  Please donate whatever $ you can.

We are also in need of towels, natural dish soap, natural laundry soap, and socks.

If anyone knows of any places to rent in Eureka or thereabouts, please send some info.

Lastly, if you are new to PARC or know people who might want to help keep PARC going, but want more info about what we do here, send a note.  We would be happy to talk or email with folks about the special and critical role PARC plays, in this region, when it comes to organizing, empowerment, survival, resistance, care, and connection for various communities, movements, and individuals.

To donate to PARC online, click here:

(Please also “like” and “share” our donation page on your Facebook)

Other ways to donate to PARC:
Come by and drop off donations (or call & we’ll come to you!) 707-442-7465
Address Money Orders to Kimberly Starr
Address Checks to James Decker
and/or mail any of the above to:

P.O. Box 5692
Eureka, CA  95502



Peak Beatles ~ 1965 ~ Rubber Soul

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on July 14, 2014 by highboldtage

Canvass Eureka for Measure R

Posted in Uncategorized on July 12, 2014 by highboldtage

Time: 2 PM to 7PM

Where: We will meet at the
Labor Temple (9th and E, Eureka)
on Sunday, July 13 at 2 PM.

First we will have a workshop on
how to canvass for Measure R. Then
we will go out on to the streets, talk
to Eureka’s residents and register

SUNDAY the 13th

For more info call: 707-442-7465

Chris Kerrigan to Speak at Fair Wage Cafe, Hammond Park, July 12

Posted in Uncategorized on July 10, 2014 by highboldtage

Supervisor Candidate and former Eureka City Council Member Chris Kerrigan will be making a short speech at our Fair Wage Café.


Chris will speak at 3 pm.   Hammond Park 14th and E, Eureka.


Free food, free music from noon til five pm!


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Posted in Uncategorized on July 3, 2014 by highboldtage

PARC Anniversary, $400 needed for Rent!

Greetings from the busiest space I know, PARC. So busy that we didn’t send anything out, much less throw an anniversary party for our 5 YEAR HERE ANNIVERSARY! As of June 26th , we’ve been in our current location at the library end of 3rd Street for 5 years.

I remember… four of us (women) first opening the door, burning sage in every corner, setting up a ceramic water holder, and hanging a special hand-tied bundle of dried leaves- setting up the space to be welcoming and healthy for everyone who would enter, a creative and comfortable place in which to cultivate community in rebellion.

We have our ups and downs here. Attempting creative, empowering, and caring ways to resist, survive, and transform through the myriad problems spawned by colonialism, neo-liberalism, sexism, capitalism… disconnection.

With help from many of you (and some who don’t use email at all!), PARC stays open about 12 hours a day, 9:30am-9:30pm. THANK YOU!!  People have come to know that they can use our dishes and cooking utensils for events, call or come by to document and strategize when police or landlords have violated or are violating their rights, plan for or attend workshops and trainings, use the phone or computer, create and copy fliers and informational handbills, get help with rescuing animals, publicize “radical” events, organize encampments and protest actions, pick up various independent newspapers and reading materials, get something to eat, acquire clean warm clothes, network to find who or what they need, pick up shampoo or blankets or a toothbrush, get involved in liberatory projects, or simply… relax.

It’s not always easy to keep toilet paper stocked in the bathroom, computers working, rain from mucking up the place, everyone in dry warm clothes, phone bills paid, and ink in the copiers. Even utilizing 12 hours a day, it’s difficult to respond and organize around the NEEDS and STRUGGLES that have been created and perpetuated by a deliberate break down of community. But, we continue on…  What else can we do?!


Please donate what you can:

PARC bills include $750 monthly rent; gas/electricity about $60- $70; two phone bills for $25 and $55 a month.

To donate to PARC online, click here:

(Please also “like” and “share” our donation page on your Facebook)

Other ways to donate to PARC:
Come by and drop off donations (or call & we’ll come to you!) 707-442-7465
Address Money Orders to Kimberly Starr
Address Checks to James Decker
and/or mail any of the above to:

P.O. Box 5692
Eureka, CA  95502

Should the City of Eureka Open a Public Owned Gas Station?

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on July 2, 2014 by highboldtage

Given the obvious in your face corruption in the local fuel supply I say YES!   A small town in Kentucky just voted to open a city owned station because the people there face the same kind of corruption that we do here in Eureka.   Its time to fight back.


The town is Somerset Kentucky and they seem to be a high fuel price island just like Eureka and Arcata.


Take the poll:



Fair Wage Folks Meet TONIGHT Tues July 1, @Labor Temple Eureka, 6:15 PM

Posted in Uncategorized on July 1, 2014 by highboldtage

Fair Wage Folks Meet TONIGHT Tues July 1, @Labor Temple Eureka, 6:15 PM


Look for us upstairs or in the basement.

Join us for our weekly meeting!   We are planning our route to victory on November 4!
We will meet as usual at the Labor Temple, 9th and E, Eureka at 615 pm.  Look for us upstairs or in the basement.


A BIG THANKS to all who have helped us get this far!

VOLUNTEER CALL OUT! We need canvassers, phone bankers, tablers, and leafleteers,  musicians, cooks, bottle washers, clean up specialists, event personnel, drivers, your skill set is needed! Call

707 442 7465 or

Donate Button with Credit Cards

Natalie Arroyo to Challenge Liar/Teabagger Chet Albin for Eureka’s 5th Ward

Posted in Uncategorized on June 23, 2014 by highboldtage

shortlink here:

mnemonic link here:

From the brand-new Natalie Arroyo for Eureka City Council Facebook page:

I am running for City Council, and would be honored to have your support and your vote this November. There is so much to love about Eureka, and I want to help sustain what IS working now. I also want to see real progress in the following areas:

• Improving safety for all modes of transportation,
• Small business support and growth,
• Actively supporting closer-knit, safe neighborhoods,
• Improving access to resources for our residents’ health and well-being,
• Using our City’s existing resources effectively and wisely,
• Treating all our residents with dignity and respect,
• Implementing our City’s Strategic Vision fully, which includes informed planning for the future,
• Supporting a clean, healthy natural environment.


Pre File Poll (Beauty Contest) Liar/Teabagger Phony Democrat Chet Albin vs. Natalie Arroyo:

Humboldt Street Life Concert #6 TODAY FOOT OF C STREET. 2 PM – 5PM

Posted in Uncategorized on June 19, 2014 by highboldtage

The Fair Wage Folks present:

Humboldt Street Life Concert # 6

We will be down on the Eureka Boardwalk from 2 pm til 5 pm prior to the City sponsored free concert.

Sarah Torres and Electric Bill and guests.



Posted in Uncategorized on June 19, 2014 by highboldtage

PEACE GATHERINGS (here and around the country)

From: Gay Gilchrist & Janelle Egger

Troop movements within Iraq have prompted some U.S. government officials to propose an immediate response to those movements. Other officials and pundits are proposing a wider and greater response.

Last weekend, many of us enjoyed wonderful oysters on the Arcata Plaza, fish in Trinidad, and baseball in Arcata.
This weekend, let’s tend to the schemes that might destroy the possibility of our children and grandchildren enjoying these delights when they are past military induction age. Join us for PEACE!

This Saturday — June 21 @ 12 noon
Humboldt County Court House – Fifth & I Streets, Eureka

Stand with Women in Black


Sing, Discuss, and Wave Signs
Bring Enthusiasm and Signs for Peace!

If you cannot join us on this Saturday –
Vets for Peace Weekly Vigils
Fridays @ 5PM
Eureka Courthouse and Arcata Plaza (Southwest Corner)


Women in Black Weekly Vigils
Saturdays @ 12 NOON
County Courthouse, Eureka


Today, it has become increasingly likely that the U.S. government will once again take military action in Iraq. It is urgent that anti-war forces mobilize to tell the Obama Administration that the people of this country completely oppose any new war on Iraq.

The ANSWER Coalition is gearing up for such efforts, and is calling for nationwide demonstrations on Friday, June 20 and Saturday, June 21, as well as emergency actions the day U.S. bombing starts, in the event that it happens before these dates.

George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld should be arrested and prosecuted for their criminal acts in Iraq. It was the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq that destroyed the country and brought about the current crisis. There is nothing the Pentagon can do with more air strikes and destruction to undo that, or bring about peace now.

We in the anti-war movement fought too long and too hard to prevent and end that illegal and unjust war. We cannot sit by idly today when the Pentagon may be about to open a new chapter in its history of death and destruction.

Below is a initial list of actions to say “No New U.S. War on Iraq!”

Washington, D.C.

Monday, June 16, 5pm
White House, 1600 Penn. Ave
Initiated by Code Pink and other organizations

Sat., June 21, 1PM
White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave

Los Angeles, CA
Sat., June 21, 1PM
Pershing Square
(Corner of 5th & Hill)
Downtown LA

San Francisco, CA
Sat., June 21, 12noon
Corner of Powell and Market Sts

Sacramento, CA
Sat., June 21, 1PM
Arden Way & Heritage Ln.

Eureka, CA
Sat. June 21, 12 Noon
County Courthouse, 5th & I St.

Fresno, CA
Saturday, June 21st, 10am – 1pm
Peace Corner – Blackstone & Shaw

Tallahassee, FL
Sat., June 21, 12:30PM
Florida State Capitol
400 South Monroe Street

Chicago, IL
Friday, June 20, 5 pm
Water Tower
Michigan Ave. & Pearson St.
(1 block north of Chicago Ave.)

Twin Cities, MN
Wednesday, June 18, 5pm
Lake Street/Marshall Ave. bridge between Minneapolis & St. Paul
For more information, 612-522-1861 or 612-827-5364.

Albuquerque, NM
Fri., June 20, 6PM
UNM Bookstore
(intersection of Central & Cornell)

New York, NY
Tuesday, June 17, 5:30 pm
Outside Democratic Party where Obama is speaking
Gotham Hall 1356 Broadway between 36th and 37th Streets
Initiated by World Can’t Wait

Friday, June 20, 6pm
Harlem Armed Forces Recruitment Center
76 W. 125th St (2/3 trains)

Philadelphia, PA
Thursday, June 19, 1PM
15th and Market St.

Seattle, WA
Sunday, June 22, 1PM
Westlake Center
400 Pine St.

New Haven, CT
Saturday, June 21, 11AM
College & Chapel Streets

Boston, MA
Saturday, June 21, 1PM
Boston Common
outside Park St. Station

Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN
Wednesday, June 18, 5PM
Lake Street-Marshall Ave Bridge
Between Minneapolis & St. Paul

Austin, TX
Sunday, June 22, 35PM
Texas State Capitol
1300 North Congress

Auburn, CA
Sat., June 21, 5PM
At the Fire Pit
Corner of Lincoln Way & High Street

more info:


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