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Behind the scenes at the ambitious, first Bellingham Exit

From art to comedy and music, the citywide event covers the bases

Western Washington University student Forrest Templin holds up a colorful and popping Bellingham Exit sign.
Western Washington University student Forrest Templin holds up a Bellingham Exit sign in advance of the five-day music, art and comedy event taking place Oct. 11–15 at multiple venues throughout downtown Bellingham. In addition to doing marketing for the event, Templin has been working with local artists to make signs. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
In the week preceding the new Bellingham Exit festival, Mark Kuntz, Bellingham TheatreWorks co-found

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