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The fundraiser will be online throughout Oct. 24, with numerous objects, services and experiences up for bid.
Owner Angela Wu said the restaurant’s loyal customers have become like family to the staff.
Other business included a resolution affecting the superintendent’s power to make emergency decisions
The 30-year-old volunteer-run nonprofit has pivoted to fund more than 40 projects for the schools.
Together they tell the story of the environmental emergency through the figure of the killer whale.
Arts spaces will restrict entry, based on their size, to small numbers of visitors at a time.
A new company, Vashon Repertory Theatre, will launch with a set of seven short radio plays.
“We feel our Latino families are not being offered equal education opportunities to Latino youth.”
Vashon teachers, students, and administrators are getting into the groove of online education.
FAVE will offer support in handling internet connectivity problems, new computer setup, and more.
In this ongoing series, we hear from island restaurateurs about how they are faring in the pandemic.
Two programs, both Vashon bird-centric, will be shown on the big screen on Tuesday.
The livestreamed event will include entertainment, special guests, “door” prizes and more.
A letter asked for the administration and the board to take more time to address learning loss.
The results offer a glimpse into an increasingly dire situation for at least some island businesses.
Willem Van Spronsen was fatally shot by police officers outside Tacoma detention center in 2019.
Vashon Live shows have had close to 250,000 views since the series began in early March.
A cascade of public comments reflected strong opposition to the district’s remote learning plan.
The group stepped forward in many ways when schools went online in the spring.
For this week, the walls of Vashon Center for the Arts will be filled with works by 22 local artists