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Friday’s march marked the third time islanders gathered to protest police killings of Black Americans
Vashon’s response to Floyd’s death has taken place against a backdrop of demonstrations in Seattle.
Steffon Moody, a well-known islander, is now The Beachcomber’s “go-to” artist for editorial cartoons.
This is the latest installment of a new series hearing from island chefs and restaurant owners.
Vashon Center for the Arts will continue its shift to online presentations with upcoming shows.
Holding signs, demonstrators recited the names of African-Americans killed by police officers.
The oldest winner of the organization’s haiku contest took the top prize in the Nature category.
Despite an easing of restrictions, faith leaders on Vashon said they will still hold online services
Recommended: More artful experiences to enjoy from the comfort of your own sofa.
In this ongoing series, we hear from island restaurateurs about how they are faring in the pandemic.
The performance was intended as a reminder that Vashon’s population is vulnerable to the coronavirus.
Last weekend, flags were placed by the graves of island veterans in tribute to their service.
Homegrown entertainment is easy to find.
Mary Lynn Buss, a tile and mosaic master, in her own words.
Food is life. It took 71 days for me to learn that, fully.
Lopez has taught for 56 years, including 45 years at McMurray Middle School.
We hope you will support the very specific, local journalism we are doing at The Beachcomber.
“We’re all trying to figure this one out.”
Efforts include live-streamed internet concerts and a ramped-up free musical instrument library.
Mandated closures of venues have shut down Vashon’s normally vibrant arts community.