The Food Issue
Next time the boss asks you to a business dinner, you don't have to panic. Learn how to behave yourself with tips from Mylene Barizo.
Dr. Jean McFadden Layton says many people are unaware of what they are consuming and there are several misperceptions regarding what is healthy and unhealthy food.
The Horseshoe Café is the only place in downtown Bellingham that is open 24/7.
Taste some kombucha, a tradition Chinese beverage made with the help of a live bacteria culture.
Meet Brian Dennis, Western grad and player for the Bellingham Slam basketball team.
Meet Bellingham fiherman Jeremy Brown and his boat, the The Barcarole.
12-year-old Maya Norton has a knack for telling engaging stories to captivated audiences.
Meet the Bellingham men behind Murder Mountain Records.
Bellingham Books to Prisoners sends packages of reading material to inmates all around the country.
Fixed gear bikes are rare and controversial, but are growing in popularity.
Western communications professor Maximo Barahona is known for his rapping abilies.
Persnickity Designs sells custom-made purses from their shop in downtown.
An interview with Nate Dufour who is ranked No. 1 in the nation for his weight class in powerlifting.
Kiteboarding incorporates kite flying, windsurfing and wakeboarding into one innovative sport.
Once only a chore, Chuck McClung's gardening is now his profession.
Stampadoodle is an art store that specializes in rubber stamps.
Marci Kristofzski breeds domesticated rats.