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In describing Anthony Burgess’s 1962 dystopian novella “A Clockwork Orange,” the word “ultra-violence” is far more likely to pop up than adjectives such as “sweet” or “delectable.”
Community Events, March 2015
A former natural history museum director and shorebird expert will shed light on the mysteries and importance of great blue herons during a presentation to the Whidbey Audubon Society next month.
For the group of 15 men seated around the lunch table at Holmes Harbor Rod and Gun Club, the conversation quickly shoots from discussion of one’s upcoming vacation to recollections of another’s family antics and yet another’s deceased loved one. The men are all alumni of the former Langley High School. The eldest members of the group graduated in 1944 while the youngest graduated from high school in 1955.
Earlier this month the South Whidbey Birding in Neighborhoods group (BINS) spent some time at the marsh off Ewing Road in the Maxwelton Valley. I’d forgotten how delightful March in a marsh could be.
Time is ticking for the Kickstarter campaign to support our favorite certified Gluten-Free beer by Ground Breaker Brewing – Portland, Oregon. We only have 3 days left to raise at least $3400 to support the YES We Can – campaign click here. Ground Breaker Brewing started in December 2011 when James Neumeister, a craft/home brewer,...