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Nineteen and counting. Whidbey Island Dance Theatre’s 19th season of “The Nutcracker” opens at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9 in the auditorium at South Whidbey High School.
A bug is not always just a bug. Sometimes, “just a bug” turns into an absolute nightmare.
Good Cheer Food Bank had its busiest day Monday when it served 115 households.
Children, children, children and children. That’s who Big Brothers Big Sisters of Island County cares about most.
David Ossman has one of those voices not soon forgotten.
Running to a helicopter while being shot at is tricky.
Run away! That’s what some directors want to do when faced with staging a musical version of a popular classic.
Amy Walker’s first YouTube video, “21 Accents,” now has 6.9 million views.
Triumph, conquest, success, coup. These are the words of a winner. These are the fighting words of “Victory.”
She grew up with a piano in the kitchen of her Capitol Hill home.
She was a very small person with a very big voice and an even bigger heart. The word that followed her throughout her life and which colored the particular expression of her music was “love.”
George Brunjes was wearing his four Scovie medals and a red chef’s hat one morning at the Trinity Lutheran Church kitchen.
Kathy Habel says she can’t walk through the food store anymore without getting a hug from a girl. Habel has been a member of the Soroptimist International of South Whidbey Island for 15 years. The girls who wrap their arms around her, she said, are grateful beneficiaries of the Island Girls Live Their Dreams Day Camp that was begun by the Soroptimists in 2006, and is now its own nonprofit entity.
Naomi Jane Buzard, a beloved Freeland resident who once auditioned for the role of Dorothy in the 1939 film “The Wizard of Oz” and ran in the same circles as legendary stars such as Clark Gable and Bob Hope, passed away Oct. 27.
The price was right, but the prize was wrong. Shelby McDaniel, a 2009 graduate of South Whidbey High School, recently appeared on “The Price Is Right.”
Forty-eight years ago, a group of upper Midwest teenagers got together on a summer’s day to play some folk music.
Naomi Jane Buzard, a beloved Freeland resident who once auditioned for the role of Dorothy in the 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz" and was friend to legendary stars such as Clark Gable and Bob Hope, passed away Oct. 27.
There’s a new pastor in town, but he wants to be just one of the guys. His name is Dwight Ford and the folks at Christian & Missionary Alliance church in Langley have welcomed him and his family to their new home.
They carried the ideas of the ’60s forward and rejected a typical American lifestyle.
Just call it luck when the best performers come from one’s own backyard.