Samantha O'Brochta

Sue McKinney trains for the Susan G. Komen Walk for the Cure daily.

Greenbank woman gets ready to Walk for the Cure

Sue McKinney hasn’t always been able to walk three miles a day.

 

Tom Churchill and Don Wilkins will tell many of the stories of their youth and the friendship that sprung from their American and British experiences during World War II at the Whidbey Children's Theater Sept. 17 and 18.

Two Whidbey gents forge friendship through stories

The Brits and the Yanks may be 3,000 miles away from each other...

 

Some of the many props used to create the live sound effects in the show.

‘Old Time Radio’ returns in an encore live performance in Langley

With a world full of visual entertainment, radio has become a forgotten art.

 

Daniela Rose gets ready to perform a monologue for a group of directors at the Whidbey Island Center for the Arts season auditions in Langley.

The knee-knocking business of auditions in Langley

When there’s an audition call, actors swarm to it like bees to honey.

Daniela Rose gets ready to perform a monologue for a group of directors at the Whidbey Island Center for the Arts season auditions in Langley.
Merritt Atwood of Freeland plays with her dogs Milton (left) and Nelson. Both dogs were adopted from WAIF recently and are eligible to be in the King and Queen dog contest at Wag ’n‘ Walk this year

Wag ’n‘ Walk welcomes folks in search of a dog and general dog lovers to the Greenbank event

It may be a dog’s life most days, but life is never “ruff” at Whidbey Island’s annual Wag ’n‘ Walk.

Merritt Atwood of Freeland plays with her dogs Milton (left) and Nelson. Both dogs were adopted from WAIF recently and are eligible to be in the King and Queen dog contest at Wag ’n‘ Walk this year
Highland dancers of all ages

Highland Games brings Celtic culture to Langley this year

Oh! Ye’ll take the high road and I’ll take the low road, to the 12th annual Whidbey Island Highland Games.

Highland dancers of all ages
Ken Green of Oak Harbor watches his belt sander

Belt sander pirates raid Freeland lumber yard

Arrrrgh! There be pirates roaming the lumber yard, but these buccaneers weren’t carrying their typical tools of the trade.

Ken Green of Oak Harbor watches his belt sander