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Woof, Mr. DeMille. She’s ready for her close-up. Little Miss, a 9-year-old miniature American Eskimo dog, took the folding seat of honor in the balcony Saturday after being selected from among 116 entries to become The Clyde Theatre’s 2009 Top Dog.
He is the James Bond of his own treacherous life.
Here we are, four days into March, and we’ve already missed National Pig Day, Peanut Butter Lovers Day, Dr. Seuss’s birthday and Share a Smile… Continue reading
When the cold is left behind and the ground begins to bloom, something starts to happen.
The Whidbey Island Almanac is a useful, entertaining guide to the history, people, facts, figures and life of the islanders and the unique place they call home. We welcome you — residents and visitors alike — to this 2009 edition of the Whidbey Island Almanac and the island it honors.
He’s an American musician of Greek-Italian descent who plays a Native American flute.
The Saratoga Chamber Orchestra has announced the results of the third annual Young Artists Solo Competition auditions.
More than 25 years ago, when I first came to live permanently on our island, in Langley, things were very quiet, very small and very… Continue reading
Now that A-Rod has admitted to the use of steroids to become A-Bod, I feel the need to come clean with you readers and nonreaders… Continue reading
One hundred and thirty years of art is worth celebrating.
It's Mystery Weekend in Langley, and the town is filling up with all sorts of suspicious characters for "Sacrifice in Silver."
She works with a smile and leaves with a hug. It’s not exactly what you’d expect from a plumber, but that’s the way Heather Palbicki rolls.
Employees at the Star Store in Langley overheard an interesting tidbit from Langley Coroner Quincy Da Vinci.
I’ve recently come to the conclusion that I read too much.I never thought it would be possible to read too much, especially as it often… Continue reading
Now that the Mariners are in Spring Training, we can all look forward to the Puget Sound’s Hall of Fame voice Dave Niehaus and the… Continue reading
By the end of the yoga class, the Tibetan singing bowls are sweetly ringing as the roomful of bodies are soothed deeper into the corpse pose.
The message from President Obama is to cut back and simplify. The folks at the Whidbey Island Writers Association followed his lead when organizing this year’s Whidbey Island Writers Conference.
John Graham of Langley was a winner in the 2008 New England Book Festival for his memoir “Sit Down Young Stranger.” Graham was honored Jan. 24 in Providence, R.I.
Cassie Thomson, a Langley Middle School student, was the winner of the recent poetry slam at the Dog House in Langley.