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Jazz fans, rejoice: the first live jazz concert to take place at Vashon Center for the Arts in more than a year will happen this… Continue reading
In all, there are 90 student artworks on view.
Local author Will North has been quiet for a while. But it wasn’t writer’s block. After a three-year battle to overcome two life-threatening cancers and… Continue reading
The Vashon Island School Board considered the district’s 2021-2022 budget, set for a vote next week.
“This is your island and your island clinic.”
Hope was in the air as more island youth received their first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
It was another packed agenda for Vashon’s School Board at a meeting on May 13.
Note: This article has been twice updated from the version that appears in The Beachcomber’s May 20 print edition. The first updated article, written on… Continue reading
The artist created a vast body of work from his small, longtime home on Vashon.
A summer festival featuring four productions held on multiple stages is on its way, and there’s more.
“We have so much history on this island a lot of people might not know about.”
“Mental wellness is not a destination but rather a strong yet fragile state of being.”
James Batey is a member of one of four teams that competed in the extreme adventure competition.
Hybrid education, staff raises on the table at April 22 school board meeting.
Mukai’s grounds are bursting with blooms and greenery, and the simple, beautiful poetry form of Haiku
The exhibit, taking place at VALISE, opens this week and will run through June 26.
Visual artists will present their work in the Gallery Shop space in the atrium of the arts center.
The series is timed to mark the 46th anniversary of the official end of the war, on April 30, 1975.
Approximately 80 students, ages 16 and older, were vaccinated against COVID-19 on campus this week.
One fact about her life is clear: she changed the place she lived for the better.