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FREELAND — Artist Danielle Christian, who is eight months pregnant, was just about to bite into a large egg-and-sausage sandwich when she was interrupted.
Richard Engstrom has been painting for 52 years.
Voracious novel readers sometimes just can’t get enough.
At Maple Ridge Assisted Living Community in Freeland there is a map of the United States marked with the places of everybody's first kiss.
Nobody can make it alone, especially teenagers living with a disability.
In Greek it was the word for a large melon: pepon.
Her father was an artist and her mother a beautiful eccentric.
FREELAND — Pink is the new black — for this month at least.
Just bag it. No, that doesn’t mean throw in the towel.
Empathy, she says, is the key to stopping a bully’s stride
FREELAND — There she was, corralled like a pony in its pen, at the “Great American Pitchfest.”
Whidbey Island Center for the Arts opens its theater season with ‘Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog’ and other musical mischief by Joss Whedon
A low-rent super-villain falls in love with a girl from the laundromat, who falls for the narcissistic superhero, who keeps beating him up.
Beam me up, Scotty!
It may not be Elvis Presley’s white million-dollar Knabe grand, but the piano was still something special to Maureen Girard.
The folks at Whidbey Watershed Stewards and Orca Network are shouting “Bon apetit! And welcome back to eat” to all the resident orcas of Puget Sound.
The Whidbey Island Sketchers hung out in the junkyard the other day and pencils flew across clean white pages with abandon.
“Coyote” is always waiting for her with his next trick, but singer Cee Cee James will stay the path and bring her blues to Nashville, Tenn. to do what she does best: sing. No matter what Coyote has in store.
The folks at Meerkerk Rhododendron Gardens welcome everyone to experience the red, orange, gold, umber and black-leafed fall in Greenbank.
Clothing designer Lynn Mizono cut herself a wide swath of inspiration for her next project.
It’s the most scintillating, side-splitting and seriously sympathetic social event of the season.
Skip those Saturday morning cartoons and pack up the kids for the park.
Otis Happy Run Bandito took first place in his field trial debut.
Thread over thread, warp and weft, pick, pick, swoosh.
There will be some new faces on this year’s Whidbey Open Studio Tour.
It’s time to party like a rock star. Or a gypsy, as the occasion would have it.
Free to paint.
Matt Gano dances.
Print is dead.
In 1910, President Taft became the first commander in chief to throw the opening pitch at a baseball game, Alva Fisher patented the first electric washing machine and the Boy Scouts of America were incorporated and chartered.
She created nine children in her little sister’s bedroom, and her sister still speaks to her.
To throw 26 pots, inspired by words beginning with each letter of the alphabet, is harder than it looks.
He came to this country without English. He learned it. He had no degree.He earned two.
As his work grows stronger, so do the hands that make it.
Break out that fiddle, that washboard and that banjo and get ready for some mountain music.
The word comes from the Old English “freond” and claims an Indo-European root meaning “to love.”
Two islands, thousands of miles apart, find themselves fused together by a translucent connection.
Spend the day vegging out, while making sure every island child gets to eat well.
Painter Pete Jordan likes to sit in a place and just hang out.
He comes into Seattle living rooms on television, but his comfort zone is in the kitchen. He’s celebrity chef John Sarich of KONG-TV’s “Best of Taste — Travels with John Sarich” and he’ll be on Whidbey Island today.
She may have been extraordinarily small of stature, but she was bigger than life when it came to making things happen.
If it wasn’t for cheating husbands, she might not have been the best-selling writer of all time, an honor she shares only with William Shakespeare.
Off the beaten path, beyond the grassy drive, down a shady path and into a sunny hollow awaits a garden of delights.
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.
Take a journey into the unknown, deep into the woods of Whidbey and into Shakespeare’s imagination.
What it must be like to be stuck in flavor limbo between the ubiquitous finger-staining blackberry and the delicate and delightfully sweet raspberry.
“Do it beautifully, because this is not a dream.”
They hail from distant nomadic communities in Western India, bearing some of the most beautiful embroidered pieces in the world. And they've traveled to Whidbey Island.
The floor was sinking fast below the Langley street level, but the community rallied around the little café and came to its rescue.
Her training as a painter and sculptor served her well, now that she adorns the red carpet set.
The artists of Whidbey Island have emerged from hunkering down in their studios during the rain-soaked winter and have resolved to hang it all up.