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They are known for lush vocal performances and intricate instrumentals rooted in folk and bluegrass.
Arts center committed to providing safe, comfortable environment, said Board President.
“We need more diversity among our performing musicians, and we need to hear their voices, too.”
The animation festival is the first of its kind solely focused on works addressing social issues
A gallery cruise kicks off Friday evening at art spots all over the island.
Vashon Opera will launch its 11th season with its production of a work by Giuseppe Verdi
Mike Dumovitch offers a community-driven ride service.
A leading critic will discuss the film with audience members
On Voice of Vashon, Kevin Hoffberg explained his abrupt resignation.
The story was written for children but is sure to touch the hearts of readers of all ages.
Kevin Hoffberg submitted his resignation Wednesday night, effective immediately
“Push, pull or drag it — we don’t care if you’ve even washed it.”
Christine Andreas brings “Love is Good” to the Katherine L. White Hall.
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.