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FREELAND — There she was, corralled like a pony in its pen, at the “Great American Pitchfest.”
One excellent South Whidbey citizen used her writing talents to win a place in history.
Southern charm, over-the-top ‘80s style and plenty of comedy are the main tools used to tell one poignant tale of love and death.
Raspberries, cherries and blackberries, oh my.
The weather is a lot more bearable when it’s not the main topic of conversation at a gathering.
What can be done to help the economy on Whidbey Island? It’s beginning to sound like an old refrain, but buying local is the most immediate way to help everyone.
Color, color, shape and more color. That’s what master textile artist Elizabeth Ford Ortiz offers art lovers with her unique quilted wall hangings and pillows.
If you are American, the words “American experience” have a certain power to reverberate in the heart. These words smack of the nation’s history and in the area of art, America experienced a cultural revolution with the birth of jazz and blues music.
A fond and musical farewell is planned for Pastor David Vergin and his wife Mary Vergin this weekend at Langley United Methodist Church.
Artists and entrepreneurs are putting the best of bohemia back into Bayview.
Fresh from her first year of journalism school, Samantha O’Brochta has joined the staff of the Record as an intern reporter for the Island Life pages and various community-oriented stories.
Youth is not so much wasted on the young when there are talented mentors around to guide them. It helps, too, if the youth has talent.
Don’t worry about this morning’s house fire in downtown Clinton. The fire department will be setting it.
When you enter Shirley Jantz’s sanctuary of wellness, your whole body retreats into a wonderland of repose.
Give yourself over to a voice, a poem and the strains of a violin.If that sounds like your cup of tea, bring yourself, perhaps a… Continue reading
Funny man Alex Zerbe used his feet to make a career out of being funny.
Jacob Bloom said steampunk to him is a kind of Victorian science fiction.
When you think of the last frontier, you may not think of the vagina. Writer Eve Ensler does.
Her training as a painter and sculptor served her well, now that she adorns the red carpet set.