Our focus is on community events and the Burton Area Recreation Center’s indoor skate park.
Despite Sunday’s spring-like temperatures and sunny skies, a crowd of people attended The Land Trust’s second Wild and Scenic Film Festival. Like last year, the… Continue reading
We must think outside the box like we have never done before.
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
Happy New Year? There wasn’t much to be happy about in the first Beachcomber issue of 2019. How about greeting us with some uplifting stories… Continue reading
With the new year upon us and so many questions about the state of our world, here are my easy change-the-world-a-bit–at-a-time resolutions. 1) Gently speak… Continue reading
It makes all Americans players in the climate market — the more we conserve, the more we are rewarded.
Eagle-eyed Beachcomber readers may remember that last year we wrote about a new department forming at King County intended to improve services to unincorporated areas,… Continue reading
On Vashon, these last months have felt like Ferry Season, with Washington State Ferries changing the schedule — and all that process entailed — some… Continue reading
The winter weather duet was never written for lovers living in our relatively temperate climate.
Something strange happened to me a few weeks ago — a winter gift — that I’ve been pondering ever since. It was early in the… Continue reading
I will begin with the happy ending: Home from Vashon Community Care on Dec. 23, just in time for Christmas. Prior: a bad fall, a… Continue reading
Mark Goldman makes observations in his letter that are valuable (“Jesus made a difference,” Dec. 27), but errs, I believe, in some key areas. First,… Continue reading
Maggie Aspland’s letter to the editor on Dec. 5 had encouraging news on the climate front: a bipartisan bill to price carbon was introduced in… Continue reading
Even if the story of Jesus contains myth, he was a great teacher in my understanding. He shared his wisdom with love and compassion, hoping… Continue reading