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The second annual juried Haiku Festival competition is open to submit poems.
New art exhibits open this week on Vashon. Don’t miss the annual group show by the longtime, beloved Barnworks Collective, and find fresh insight at… Continue reading
By Larry Lark, contributor The 2021 Genesis G80 RWD 2.5T Prestige is a leader in design and luxury-focused technology. Starting with its oversized crest grill,… Continue reading
By Larry Lark, contributor Cars seem to be built for stages of life. I enjoyed a Mustang Fastback and Chevy Camaro in my younger years,… Continue reading
Carol Schwennesen writes about her artistic process.
So many books, so little time…
Take a Stand appoints artistic director, curators seek proposals for art installations, and more.
Arnaldo! has performed his cabaret act as a classic cabaret chanteuse nationally and internationally
Sandra Noel’s accomplishments as a poet have earned accolades from esteemed admirers.
Plans for several in-person events and performances are at last now taking shape.
Artist Robin Mallory’s art is driven by a lifelong interest in the dyeing and stitching of fabric.
The concept of the village is based on the idea that seniors are stronger when they work together.
By Larry Lark, contributor The 2021 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Crew Cab Custom Trail Boss four-wheel drive pickup truck provides owners with lots of capability, lots… Continue reading
By Larry Lark, contributor Subaru has made a few tweaks to improve the 2020 Crosstrek Sport compact SUV. The biggest change is the addition of… Continue reading
Big films on the big screen Vashon Theatre will bring two new critically-renowned films to islanders in the coming days. From March 12 to 14,… Continue reading
Author Elizabeth Berg, best known for her many works of fiction, will share experiences from her own life and caring for her aging parents at… Continue reading
The arts center is offering everything from cabaret to classical music to informative lectures.
New exhibitions are opening in local art spots.
“Having a Voice on Vashon” will feature Susan McCabe from Voice of Vashon and singer Máire Kennan.
Erika Carleton will serve as Vashon Center for the Art’s new development director