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Save the dates for Festival 25: Catch Us While You Can, a month-long celebration of art and music created by local artists who have shaped… Continue reading
Islanders can listen to live music and wear out their dancing shoes this week with a trio of almost-end-of-summer shows that run the groove gamut… Continue reading
Elizabeth “Libbie” Anthony, a revered member of Vashon’s theater community for decades, died on Friday, July 20, in Woodsville, New Hampshire. She was 77. Anthony… Continue reading
Islanders can ogle hot rods, Pebble Beach cars, classic roadsters and more when Engels Repair and Towing hosts its annual car show from 10 a.m.… Continue reading
A new organization on Vashon is dedicated to helping musicians make a fair wage, one house concert at a time. The group, Tip the Scales,… Continue reading
Island audiences can expect pratfalls, wardrobe malfunctions and slapstick on steroids when local thespians perform “Noises Off,” an award-winning farce, this week and next at… Continue reading
Islanders, get ready to kick off your shoes — it’s time to dance in the grass again at a series of free, outdoor summer concerts… Continue reading
Amanda Westbrooke, executive director of Open Space for Arts & Community since 2016, has resigned her position effective July 3, the organization has announced. Amy… Continue reading
Years after cashing in trust thought to be earmarked for sustainability, VCA explains why.
Kevin Hoffberg has been officially named the new executive director of Vashon Center for the Arts. In March, Hoffberg stepped down as a board member… Continue reading
It isn’t unusual to hear the twang of guitars or throbbing of drums from a backwoods studio or garage on Vashon. But the music that emanates from Ela Lamblin and Leah Mann’s studio, at the end of long dirt road in Burton, sounds like none other.
The flamboyant art of flamenco will be on display this weekend, when Vashon Allied Arts brings guitarist Ben Woods and dancer Stephanie Pedraza to town to perform.
When islander Jessika Satori decided to switch career paths and become a filmmaker in her mid-40s, one of the first things she did was enroll in a class taught by Seattle legend Stewart Stern, a two-time Oscar nominee and Emmy Award-winning screenwriter.
A new island comedy ensemble, the Vashon Hysterical Society, will present an afternoon of sketch comedy and original songs at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Vashon Theatre.
“Cats” will be performed at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at the Vashon High School theater. Tickets, $15 general, $10 for Drama Dock members and $5 for youth and seniors, are on sale at the door and at the Vashon Bookshop.
Island singer, songwriter and guitar god Ian Moore will unplug his mighty axe for a solo acoustic concert at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Blue Heron.
Vashon Allied Arts will launch a new season of its popular Arts & Humanities Series at 7 p.m. Sunday with a talk by award-winning Anchorage Daily News journalist Tom Kizzia.
Island galleries will feature a variety of art this weekend.
When Laura Wishik’s daughter Daniela entered first grade, one of the first things Wishik did was mention to her teacher, Tina Taylor, that Daniela had been adopted, and asked her to be on the lookout for any issues that might arise from that fact
On Saturday, island writers can indulge in two free events led by East Coast poet Michael Czarnecki — a memoir writing workshop at noon and a poetry reading at 7 p.m.