An estimated 1,500 people turned out for the Whatcom Youth Pride parade and festival in Bellingham on June 4.
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Whatcom Youth Pride hosted its first in-person pride parade and festival in two years on Saturday, June 4, in Bellingham.
Bellingham’s first escape room business, The Eureka Room, has seen some revamping in the past couple of years during the COVID-19 pandemic – including a change in ownership.
The Cascadia International Women’s Film Festival returned for its first in-person festival in two years from May 12 to 15 at the Pickford Film Center in Bellingham.
As anti-abortion legislation prepares to go into effect in various states across the U.S., reproductive health services in Whatcom County are readying themselves for a potential increase in out-of-state patients.
Take a stroll around anywhere in Bellingham and it feels like there’s a coffee shop on every block, full of college students with laptops and bustling baristas preparing drinks with swift hands.
From Texas to Washington, Are You My Human? Dog Rescue & Lounge helps rescue puppies and mamas find their fur-ever homes
When Devin Parks first decided to open a dog rescue and lounge in downtown Bellingham in May 2021, his intention was to help dogs find homes.
In the heart of downtown Bellingham, nestled between Jo Joe’s Doughnuts and Mo’s Parlor, a new tattoo studio has joined the community of locally-owned businesses. A neon sign glows in the upstairs window of the studio, the words reading “With Love, Tattoo.”