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Sing along for a good cause at Village Green
Sarah Christine takes ‘Time to Shine’ onstage
Jim Marsh’s job is to make sure that Vashon’s biggest event of the year runs like a top.
Willem Van Spronsen told friends, family he intended for police to kill him.
Susan Lynch accepted the mantle as laureate on June 27 at a ceremony at Vashon Winery.
The exhibit is a nod to the fact that Pfortner has now resided on the island for 25 years.
Seattle Dance Collective will perform its debut program at Vashon Center for the Arts.
The lineup, presented by Tip the Scales, will include award-winning musician Stephanie Anne Johnson.
Rapper and producer Michael Martinez is revered in the Seattle scene and beyond.
A summer series will bring retro classics back to Vashon’s historic silver screen
The show will be a must-see island occasion.
Island bands and musicians will perform songs from the Fab Four canon.
Artist Dawna Holloway is curating the works of 20 well-known artists in the Pacific Northwest.
In many ways, the show is about the quiet and long process of recovering from trauma.
Concert-goers can expect to hear music that is stirring, contemplative and topical.
Artworks call on their viewers to step up to protect the fragile ecosystems of the Salish Sea.
The show, at the island’s Heritage Museum, is on view until March 31, 2020.
A fresh narrative, built around Vashonian lore, will adapt famous soundtrack to island story.
Island’s first art walk of the summer will unfold from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, June 7.
The acclaimed activist and artist will present programs for youth and general audiences.