ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Debut short story collection uncovers Alaskan oddities

By MICHAEL BYERS CDN Contributor

January 28, 2023 at 5:00 a.m.


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RESTAURANTS

Review: Poirier’s on the River

Cajun flavors shine on Mount Vernon’s Riverwalk

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VISUAL ART

History comes alive at The Loggie

From courthouse to gallery

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THE A-LIST

A&E calendar: Early music, improvised romance, art walks and comedy

A curated selection of happenings in Whatcom and Skagit counties

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PROFILES

Kevin Woods sounds his horn

From the classroom to the stage, a life in jazz

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FILM

Film showcase brings Finland to Bellingham

Mythology, Moomins, Indigenous rights and more

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THE BEAT GOES ON

Proud Failures conquer Bellingham’s punk scene

From hardcore to psychobilly, trio’s music is fast and loud

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MUSIC

Tango Cowboys lead folk fans in sing-along

Brandywine Kitchen event brings Bellingham Folk Festival to a close

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MUSIC

Ninth Bellingham Folk Festival was in full swing Saturday

‘We think this is the best one yet’

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UNCORKED

When Dry January ends, be prepared

Wines of the times

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FOOD

Even in winter, a bounty of local food awaits

From markets to backyard surprises

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MUSIC

Arts for All Ages highlights the best of Make.Shift

Gala event celebrates a community of creativity

THE A-LIST

A&E calendar: Musicals, gospel, film fests and improv

A curated selection of happenings in Whatcom and Skagit counties

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VISUAL ART

'Arbitrary Borders' increases access to artists of color

Exhibit will expand beyond gallery walls

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THE BEAT GOES ON

Musical mixtures at the Bellingham Folk Festival

Listen and learn, jam and dance