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Singin’ the blues doesn’t seem like a complicated endeavor.
It is more than a book launch. It’s living history. That’s what Greenbank author Dorothy Read said of what folks can expect to hear when longtime Whidbey resident Ilse Evelijn Veere Smit takes the podium to introduce her memoir “End of Silence” at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 2 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Freeland.
What’s a cow to do when he loses his moo?
It started with a stroke of an idea and became an artistic legacy.
Let the bribes and stuffing begin. The sixth annual Mr. South Whidbey Pageant gets underway at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8 at Freeland Hall.
Here is where the eaters meet the growers and hungry children reap the benefits.
She went into the rabbit hole which suddenly dipped down quickly. She couldn’t think or stop herself before she realized she was falling further into an unknown and very deep well.
Chamber music is sometimes described as the “music of friends” because of the intimate setting in which it’s played.
What is old is “nouveau” again for some local budding artists. Art Nouveau describes a movement of art that happened between 1890 and 1914 when a new decorative style of art and architecture developed in Europe and North America.
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.
How much more powerful the message of peace when it is hollered beautifully through well-written songs.
It was Shakespeare who gave us a memorable theory on what’s in a name.
It’s the time of year when giving thanks goes hand-in-hand with feeding hungry people.
You can’t keep a good co-op down.
Turns out, a 2,000-mile solo bike trip to the Arctic Circle was not the hardest thing he would ever do.
Beam me up, Scotty!
Under the direction of Legh W. Burns, conductor of the Saratoga Chamber Orchestra, four young musicians have won the honor to perform with the orchestra… Continue reading
Here are seven can’t-miss holiday gift shows that feature the works of local artists and craftspeople.1 — Friends of Freeland Arts and Crafts Benefit SaleHoliday… Continue reading
Celebrating its sixth season, the Whidbey Island Music Festival presents great performances by top musicians including a musical diary of Bach’s journey to Lübeck to visit Buxtehude. Concert goers can also hear Bach’s Brandenburg Concerti, enjoy a visit to Handel’s London with Ensemble Electra and a program of “Abendmusik” — music from Buxtehude’s own concert series.
Longtime Whidbey Island resident and singer-songwriter Derek Parrott died at home in Langley on Friday, March 25 at the age of 63.