Thanks to Stephen Jeong, with the Friends of Mukai, for marking the Feb. 19th 77th anniversary of the Japanese internment by showing the film “Then… Continue reading
The authors wrote an article that is neither precise nor concise.
In response to Swaneagle Fitzgerald’s letter (“Local mural needs to be addressed,” Feb. 14), I sympathize with Ms. Fitzgerald’s reaction to the admittedly groan-worthy murals… Continue reading
At this time, most of the people on Vashon most likely will have heard that my dog Henry was captured and is in a safe… Continue reading
The first time I saw the cartoonish, racist mural of a black person with massive lips on the upper wall of the Vashon Theater back… Continue reading
It will be a real shame if the Vashon Forest Stewards’ mill cannot find a new home here on Vashon. We want to build a… Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I was honored to give a talk at the Land Trust Building sponsored by four organizations, Stand Up for Racial Justice,… Continue reading
I agree with Jeff Schnelz that population growth is an important issue that needs to be addressed (“We are stifling ourselves with growth,” Jan. 31).… Continue reading
The board will contribute $1,000 to a scholarship fund in honor of his years of service on Vashon.
The help of many people will be required to host a meet on the island.
Subsidized affordable housing projects on Vashon will lead to overcrowding.
I went to the immigrant rights meeting at the Land Trust on Jan. 20. As I expected, it was all about how badly refugees are… Continue reading
Housing Decisions should be made from our hearts I think something has to be written from our hearts about the two planned urban developments here… Continue reading
Vashon opened its heart — and its pocketbook — to the food bank and its customers this holiday season. Many thanks to: • Vashon Cohousing… Continue reading
I enjoyed Michael Shook’s response to my letter (“Christianity: Love is most important,” Jan. 3). I smiled seeing his letter printed above a picture of… Continue reading
The source for solutions to climate change is love.
Giving money to politicians in Olympia is not going to solve the problem of climate change.
We are all understandably focused on ferry availability and performance, and the UW suggestions reported in last week’s Beachcomber are certainly no surprise (“UW Fauntleroy… Continue reading
Theo Eicher nails it that the Washington State Ferries fight has to be taken to Olympia (“Ferry service: Wait times will tell,” Dec. 27). Two… Continue reading
We would like offer our thanks to The Beachcomber for the article in early December about us and our GoFundMe campaign and to all the… Continue reading