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The late, great modern dance choreographer Martha Graham said that dancers were the messengers of God.
More than 90 human voices raised in song may garner the attention of even the abundant birds of spring.
If you haven’t experienced the “blurb” yet, follow the lead of a local gallery owner and a local photo artist.
When: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, April 26.
His cake is dough in the heated world of baking competitions.
An island boy with supple fingers and a mountain of musical degrees and experience returns home for a special performance. It has been nearly eight years since native islander and virtuoso classical guitarist Sean Vaughn Owen has been home to give a musical recital.
The famous solitary writers Henry David Thoreau and Emily Dickinson would have loved it here.
Whidbey Festival of the Arts is Friday, June 1 and Saturday, June 2.
Local Artist Series begins Friday at Whidbey Island Center for the Arts.
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.
The Rob Schouten Gallery has its fourth anniversary this month and to celebrate, it honors the season of rebirth and renewal.
Islander Maureen Wild was living a life of excruciating pain.
Listen up, emerging rocker fans.
Voracious novel readers sometimes just can’t get enough.
Dementia is as cruel a disease as any, robbing its victims of their memories of a life lived, the ability to communicate as easily as they once did and a lucidity that quiets the mind with contemplation. One local artist has used her artistic prowess to battle the ogre of Alzheimer’s and a new body of work has emerged from that fight.
Never can any Whidbey Islander ever say again: “There is nothing going on here.” Have you been to Greenbank Farm lately? No longer is it just the beloved home to llamas and ducks, or the sparsely inhabited place it once was in danger of becoming.
John Adams was right when, just before the Declaration of Independence was ratified, he predicted the auspicious day would be celebrated with gusto by all Americans.
Members of the Rock’n Doodle 4-H Poultry Club proudly showed their fowl during the Spring Show held at the Island County Fairgrounds earlier this month May.
Among a sea of instruments, South Whidbey stands out in the world of jazz.
Up at the North Pole, Santa Claus is filling his sack with the latest and greatest amusements.