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Here are some ideas for making the weekend memorable on Vashon.
Vashon Theatre re-opening next Friday, see the painting “The Body Politic” at Kronos, and more.
Richard Rogers shares his perspective on how three national crises have shaped his life.
This is a free public event, and the mural will remain open for the enjoyment of the community.
Seven short new radio plays made their debut on Vashon Center for the Arts’ website on Oct. 8.
Guest column from Lisa Rosenblum.
“The Brother’s Karamazov” is an extraordinary literary achievement, replete with philosophical ideas.
Vashon Repertory Theatre takes to the airwaves, yoga at the senior center, and more.
Cyra Jane Hobson specializes in intricate, surreal stone sculpture and large fiery paintings.
The fundraiser will be online throughout Oct. 24, with numerous objects, services and experiences up for bid.
We hear from ceramic artist Jane Neubauer about how she has found fulfillment in working with clay.
Band with local tie offers new video, a lecture at VCA is rescheduled, and more.
Together they tell the story of the environmental emergency through the figure of the killer whale.
“Fun is not Cancelled” will feature the duo David Mielke and Thomas Pruiksa, and singer Arlette Moody.
Arts spaces will restrict entry, based on their size, to small numbers of visitors at a time.
A new company, Vashon Repertory Theatre, will launch with a set of seven short radio plays.
“The ecology of how it all works together fascinates and inspires me.”
VCA’s gala fundraising auction is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25.
In this ongoing series, we hear from island restaurateurs about how they are faring in the pandemic.
Catch a flick at the drive-in (“Go, greased lightnin!”), take a trip to Mars at VALISE, and more.