Recreation & Arts

Petition to Establish a Bellingham Art Market

By Tip JohnsonOn Feb 25, 2013

O.K. Folks, I just heard about this and it sounds good to me. I've known Jeremy for a long time, but I'm not sure who all else [...]

Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks

By John ServaisOn Jan 10, 2013

Just because it is so tempting, here is a break from heavy local politics. I'm from Green Bay, born and raised there, and am still a Packer fan. Even [...]

Skiing, Avalanches, and Internet Media-

By John ServaisOn Dec 21, 2012

Yesterday the New York Times came out with an article about the avalanche at Stevens Pass last February that killed three backcountry skiiers. The Tunnel Creek tragedy. A group of [...]

Honky Tonk Friday at Marlins’ Cafe

By Paul deArmondOn Nov 29, 2012

Marlins Cafe (co-located with the Historic Nelson's Market - a stationary float in life's parade) is now serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. New menu selections by Chef Tommy. [...]

City Staff Lacks Impartiality On Dock Closure

By Wendy HarrisOn May 15, 2012

After attending yesterday’s Lake Whatcom committee meeting, my concern regarding a bias in the information provided by the City of Bellingham staff has increased. The professional opinion of [...]

For Gift Ideas, Think Beyond Parker Brothers

By Riley SweeneyOn Dec 10, 2011

As I have written about before, Bryna and I are huge board game fans. We own over fifty different board games, and regularly play with friends, family, or just by [...]

From the Political Junkie: Is Mitt Romney actually Arrested Development’s Michael Bluth?

By Riley SweeneyOn Nov 11, 2011

I know everyone is chomping at the bit for some local election analysis, and I am working on beautiful spreadsheets to share with you fine folks, but as we wait [...]

Something Wiccan This Way Comes

By Guest WriterOn Oct 27, 2011

Something Wiccan This Way Comes The History of Halloween by Bryna Sweeney What the Celt? Costumes, candy, ghosts, and goblins, nothing says American Halloween better. From carving scary faces in [...]

Unlikely start to Mount Baker ski season

By John ServaisOn Oct 17, 2011

Yep - the 2011-2012 Mount Baker Ski Season has started. Started last Thursday - and we have the photos to prove it. A few guys from Bellingham opened the season [...]

From the Political Junkie: We need Godfrey

By Riley SweeneyOn Sep 26, 2011

Writer's Note: As always, you can view my blog over on my native site, The Political Junkie, where I have more of all the good stuff you expect. It [...]

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