Uniquely Bellingham // June 2008
Journey to Ray and Joey Strom's Outback, a veritable zoo off Highway 530.
Bellingham's The Love Lights shuffle and rotate themselves in a masterfully aligned menagerie of musical instrumentation.
After 7 p.m. on Tuesday night, there are no seats left in the Three Trees Coffeehouse, and the customers keep coming.
Burly isn't the first word that comes to mind when describing the Noppe sisters, but burly is exactly what they are.
Toiletries and watchdog (trees with toilets and a dog with a wristwatch) are just two of the 55 word puzzles in the "Train of Thought" display at Mindport.
Short stories that exemplify the people that make our Bellingham great.
To the untrained eye, the lines of sedans, mini-vans and SUVs inching toward the border crossing between the United States and Canada seem innocent enough.
A master violinist and Lummi Tribal member, Swil Kanim tunes his instrument as he waits for his turn to perform on the rainy April afternoon.
For the barbershop quartet U4(ee-uh) (pronounced 'euphoria'), Feb. 14 is the busiest day of the year.
The six rows of metal folding chairs that sit toward the back of the Fireplace Reading Room aren't enough to seat the gathering spectators.
Ryler Dustin's most noticeable trait is the enthusiasm in his voice.
Colin Simpson gets in the last word, proving that our Bellingham is the best.