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On a recent spring evening, Islanders who were walking their dogs near the Vashon High School tennis courts could be forgiven if they suddenly pricked up their ears and felt an icy chill of apprehension.
Shane Jewell and his wife Emily Pruiksma were on a bike ride on Vancouver Island last summer when inspiration struck.
On a recent Saturday evening at Vashon's St. John Vianney Church, the Rev. Sylvester Ssemanda stood in the church’s narthex, quietly greeting parishioners who were leaving the 5 p.m. Mass.
Island teens will sing, dance and act up a storm in “Fame, the Musical,” opening March 13 and running through March 29 at Vashon High School theater.
A bluesy thing happened on the way to Vashon Allied Art’s “Blues Reunion” concert in December — it got snowed out.
“Good Food,” a new documentary film about organic farming, is coming to Vashon Theatre for a screening at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21.
A new full-length production by the acclaimed Island performance troupe, UMO Ensemble, is about to have its world premiere.
Red Bicycle Bistro & Sushi’s upcoming musical offerings will include two bands, each offering a different style of high-energy dance music.
A roundup of this weekend's musical events.
Vashon College will offer its popular course, “Artful Vashon,” at Courthouse Square from 3 to 6 p.m. on Sunday afternoons, beginning March 1 and continuing on consecutive Sundays through April 5.
Vashon celebrated the beginning of Barack Obama’s presidency in high style on Tuesday night, as more than 500 Islanders gathered at the aptly named “O” Space for a rollicking inaugural ball.
An upcoming exhibit on Vashon will showcase the photography of Islander Martin Koenig, who spent much of the 1960s and ’70s documenting village life and music in Soviet-era Bulgaria.
This weekend boasts a wealth of options for Island music lovers, including concerts by up-and-coming Seattle songwriters, favorite Island players and the return of Trolls Cottage, a band that began on Vashon and now tours widely.
Vashon’s performance art troupe, UMO Ensemble, is gearing up to present its third annual cabaret on the Island.
Red Bicycle Bistro and Sushi will serve up some homegrown music this weekend, with free shows planned on Friday and Saturday featuring a roster of Island talent.
“On Golden Pond,” a play that won Oscars for Henry Fonda and Katherine Hepburn in its 1981 screen adaptation, will open on the Blue Heron stage this month with an all-star Island cast. The play is a co-production of Drama Dock and Vashon Allied Arts.
In one of the largest rallies on Vashon in years, more than 500 sign-toting Islanders gathered on the rocky shores south of Gold Beach Sunday to protest Glacier Northwest’s efforts to dramatically expand its mining operation.
Red Bicycle Bistro & Sushi is offering a line-up of free music this weekend.The Vashon-based trio Track 19 — comprised of Bob Kueker, Phil Johnson… Continue reading
Gallery 070 closed its doors Dec. 27 after five years of memorable exhibitions and rollicking First Friday receptions in downtown Vashon.The gallery, owned by Tara… Continue reading
Vashon United Methodist Church will be the scene of a rare musical trip back in time at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 6, when Salish Sea… Continue reading