UNCORKED

Matchmaker: Monsieur Crab, meet Grüner

Wines of the times
LAW & JUSTICE

Person attempts suicide at Sportsman's Warehouse

Victim still at hospital, no other injuries occurred
PLACES & THINGS

Places & Things: August 2022

Bigfoot Java closing Sunset, Cof& opening new location
THE A-LIST

A&E calendar: Art walks, drive-ins, Bigfoot and musicals

A curated selection of events from Whatcom and Skagit counties
SCHEDULE

Sports calendar: Aug. 4 – 10, 2022

Upcoming recreation opportunities and professional and college sports
CIVIC AGENDA

Civic Agenda: Aug. 4 – Aug. 10, 2022

This week's meetings, hearings and opportunities for public input

NEWS

BREAKING NEWS

Man arrested on suspicion of North Cascades murder

Suspect allegedly shot his brother to death
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BUSINESS

WinkWink temporarily shuttered after weekend attack

Storefront destroyed by group wielding rocks
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ENVIRONMENT

Bellingham Bay cleanup gathers 80 pounds of trash

RE Sources partners with the CBC to clean up waterfront
LAW & JUSTICE

Person attempts suicide at Sportsman's Warehouse

Victim still at hospital, no other injuries occurred
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COMMUNITY

Immigrant farmworker's rights supporters rally at City Hall

Deceased farmworker honored amid call for enhanced resources

OPINION

RON JUDD

Answers to social-media giants' questions — about our credibility

Enjoy the National Irony Week festivities!
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LETTERS

Letters to the Editor, Week of Aug. 3, 2022

Send letters, maximum 300 words, to letters@cascadiadaily.com
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GUEST COMMENTARIES

Bellingham's past from the voices of the present

Museum's Kinsey exhibit recreates history through new perspectives
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THE HAMMER

The Hammer, Vol. XXIX

Canadian privacy rights slipping away, bit by Timbit
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RON JUDD

NW Washington's election issues are taking shape

The economy, individual rights, guns, crime and homelessness top a long list

SPORTS & REC

BASEBALL

Bellingham Bells now in postseason play

Action starts Tuesday against Victoria
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RECREATION

Kids swim, bike, run to success in youth triathlon

Around 80 kids ages 5–13 race in and around Arne Hanna Aquatic Center
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OUTDOORS

Violent crime in outdoor adventure

We almost never talk about it, but it happens
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BASEBALL

Bells bounce back, dodge series sweep with 8-3 win over Victoria

Bellingham nabs home win after two losses to open series
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BASKETBALL

WNBA playoff picture still muddled; 2 weeks left in season

Seattle and Washington tied for fourth and fifth spots in postseason

LIVING

BREWS & SPIRITS

Meet your mixologist: Three bartenders shake up Bellingham

From flaming orange peels to spirulina, there’s no shortage of creativity
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COMMUNITY

Kids Fest brings fun, games to Civic Field

Annual event shows off local enrichment
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UNCORKED

Matchmaker: Monsieur Crab, meet Grüner

Wines of the times
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ROOT-TO-LEAF

Seasonal eating: Fresh summer salad with kohlrabi two ways

Recipes to reduce food waste
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FOOD

Fill Your Pantry: Bellingham Farmers Market event extends the harvest

Stock your freezer, help local growers