Nevada City, California
Some random captures of the Wild and Scenic Film Festival, January 13-15, 2012.
Occupy Polka-Dots: a festive Occupy street performer. Commercial Street, January 14.
One of the student activists who helped collect over 8,500 signatures to keep our state parks open. January 13.
Thematic libations were in abundance. Coopers Ale Works. Friday, January 13.
Street theater performers on Commercial Street, January 14.
One of my favorite people on the planet: Michael Ben introduces John Trudell. January 13th, Nevada Theatre.
Another reason Nevada City makes the news: our cutting-edge parklet, January 14.
Murray Campbell (fiddle, foreground) and Luke Wilson from Beaucoup Chapeaux, touring tables, entertaining festival goers at the Nevada City Classic Cafe on January 13.
Wild and Scenic's Samantha Hinrichs interviews student activists working to save state parks--the See Jane Do media lounge at Wild and Scenic HQ--January 13th.
Commercial Street, January 14th.
An enthusiastic crowd watches Wicked Good Copy's Mike Mooers help "S(h)have the Yuba". January 13, Broad Street at Bel Capelli Salon.
The festival crowd gathers for the puppet show, "The Three Pigs and the Loan Wolf" January 14.
Simple reminder: In the window of Yabobo, a locally owned and operated drum shop on Pine Street, Nevada City, January 14.
Maggie McKaig and her accordion from Beaucoup Chapeaux performing at Nevada City's Classic Cafe: January 13.