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One of the main thrusts of “The Snow Queen” is about what one friend will do for another.
A local hospice needs a roof, and volunteers will hold a birdhouse auction to help the cause.
FREELAND — You’re never too old for a kidney. That’s what doctors told Freeland resident Ivan Little when he went from being fit all of his life to suffering from kidney failure in the fall of last year.
From sushi to shakuhachi, the art, tastes and sounds of Japan come to Langley next week.
After a disappointing finish at the regional robotics competition, South Whidbey’s Team Atlantis, Inc. robotics team member Hannah McConnaughey will compete at the international level, after all.
LANGLEY — Moonraker Books in Langley sails into its 40th year this weekend as owner Josh Hauser continues to navigate the waves of fortune.
Reach out and touch a bird, or 100. And meet “Zeb” the hawk, too.
It was 1977, and a moment in which “Tricky Dick” was not as tricky as he needed to be.
Whidbey Festival of the Arts is Friday, June 1 and Saturday, June 2.
Artist Aleah Chapin has been short-listed for the BP Portrait Award 2012 in London, one of the world’s most prestigious art prizes.
Whidbey has made it to the wild side. The island joins 13 other communities in Washington to be certified by the National Wildlife Federation. Whidbey Island is number 57 on the list of certified Community Wildlife Habitats in the country.
FREELAND — In 1941, while President Franklin D. Roosevelt was initiating a full scale support of China in its war with Japan, 29-year-old Achilles “Savy” Savinelli was trying to find a direction in life.
FREELAND — Walk into Vino Amore wine shop and expect a warm hello from Koa.
Head down to Langley for a brush with the spirits.
Freeland resident Annie Thoe realized it was time to take some risks, and it paid off.
Vintage pop. You know you want some. Rick Lewis knew it, too, when he created the off-Broadway hit “The Taffetas.”
Local artist Faye Castle walked into the classroom and stacked up her sketchbooks in front of the students who were gathered around her on the floor.
The weather is a lot more bearable when it’s not the main topic of conversation at a gathering.
The Rob Schouten Gallery has its fourth anniversary this month and to celebrate, it honors the season of rebirth and renewal.
It was Pete Seeger who said it best when he sang: If I had a hammer ...
Two award-winning documentary filmmakers from Clinton are in a race against the clock.
Two award-winning documentary filmmakers from Clinton are in a race against the clock. Mark Dworkin and Melissa Young are in the final phases of completing their latest film, “Shift Change: Putting Democracy to Work.”
Several students at Langley Middle School have been busy making their marks with various literacy skills.
When the weekend rolls around, what better place to take care of the shopping than outside at the local farmers markets to buy farm fresh produce and local goods?
On any given day, Cary Peterson has her hands deep into the garden at Good Cheer Food Bank, among other local gardens.
Say hello again to Eschrichtius robustus. That’s everybody’s most welcome friend, the Gray whale, who hangs out in pods in the Saratoga Passage and inspires Langley’s Welcome the Whales Day Parade.
"The big wall." That’s sculptor Dan Freeman’s term for a 100-foot-long, wavy, rock-basket sculpture he created along a concrete wall on the beach side of a house in Freeland.
Barbara Dunn’s bright voice fills the Half Moon Yoga Studio with a hopeful sound.
Whidbey Island Center for the Arts presents “Doubt, A Parable” by John Patrick Shanley, which opens at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 6.
More than 350 audience members were entranced by the voices of 11 women who sang for the chance to be the Kobe Jazz Vocal Queen.
A local musical director welcomes everyone to a place of music, words, peace and comfort.
Leap into spring with Whidbey Island Dance Theatre’s annual Dance & Choreography Showcase.
Enter at your own risk. Molotov cocktails, handcuffs, eggplant and dismemberment are involved.
More than 100 adult and youth performers will gather to sing in memory of the more than 20,000 earthquake victims and survivors of the Indian Ocean, Haiti and Japan.
Gloria Ferry-Brennan, a 15-year-old violinist from Langley, will appear on National Public Radio’s “From the Top” series at 7 p.m., Saturday, March 24. The program will air locally on Classical King FM 98.1.
Open those wings and take flight over to Whidbey Children’s Theater, where the world premiere of the musical play “Wingspan” is not to be missed.
CLINTON — The dream of joining the circus doesn’t require any running away at the Waldorf School.
She’s got that sensibility for writing great characters and story lines that end up on television and Broadway. Now she comes to the island to share her knowledge with other women writers.
Coupeville audiences were treated to a colorful reading of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice In Wonderland.”
Sue Averett and Erick Westphal are in love with Whidbey Island.
March 17 will be a grand day for Island Girls Treasure Chest thrift store in Freeland. Thanks to Start Me Up, a nonprofit founded by Lynn Bangston, the store has recently received a facelift, as well as an 1893 Victorian Decker Brothers grand piano for folks to play by appointment.
The word “collage” is from the French, a coller, meaning “to glue.” Kindergarten is a place where glue stands out in the memory.
South Whidbey High School jazz students take first place at Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival in Idaho
February is always a big month for young jazz musicians in America. That’s when the annual Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival is held at the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho.
Local Artist Series begins Friday at Whidbey Island Center for the Arts.
The Clyde Theatre family has a lot to celebrate this year. That’s why the party has already started and will culminate with some community oriented festivities in September, for the theatre’s official 75th anniversary.
Sean Drake jams on his sax, along with Mara Bush and Catherine Ballestrasse during the recent Sweetheart Ball held at South Whidbey High School.
South Whidbey student Sommer Harris has earned a spot in the state finals of the Poetry Out Loud contest to be held March 10 at the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts’ Rialto Theatre in Tacoma.
It was something like out of one of those old movies. Judy Garland or Mickey Rooney would shout, “Hey, there’s a barn! Let’s put on a show!”
Nine-year-old Corbin Klaft said he likes the chickadees that visit his backyard birdfeeders, though the Great Blue Heron that lives high in a nearby tree bugs him a little bit.
Can-can dancers, good food, champagne and a smoky chanteuse are all that’s needed for this night of romance and love.