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One does not usually associate the craft of sewing with strength.
Island artists Eli Moore and Ashley Eriksson have been very busy bees and have the honey to prove it.
It was Shakespeare who gave us a memorable theory on what’s in a name.
Hot off the press is Dan Pedersen’s latest lovesong to Whidbey Island.
Today is the day to see what you may never have seen before. And tomorrow, too.
As the sun sets itself at a vertical point above the earth, so the island’s artists open their doors to let both autumn and art lovers inside.
“Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends. We’re so glad you could attend. Come inside! Come inside!”
As you’re reading this column, The Goose is going through its first hours as the new kid on the block.After reading all the comments and… Continue reading
She said they will close for good. Funny expression, that.
Hear that trumpet, that saxophone, that jazz piano?
“What has happened to the birds?” A caller asks.I’m not alarmed. September is a quiet month for bird activity in the Puget Sound region. Summer… Continue reading
There is nothing quite like charming anthropomorphized small mammals to make your day.
Here they come. They’ll bring their guitars and their trumpets and drums, basses and mandolins. The venues will be heavy with the sound of their violins, saxophones and accordions, their cimbaloms and washboards, and the warbling of their vocal chords.
Nothing like burning a bridge to make the day complete.
Imagine saying farewell to the hair coming off your fingertips in the wind and seeing birds use it for a nest.Or tasting a tomato you… Continue reading