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The medium of note-taking seems like a trivial topic. Some people type their notes, others handwrite them, and that's all there is to it – at least, that's what I thought.
On Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2023 Whatcom County voters head to the polls to vote for Whatcom County Executive. The county executive serves as the head of government for the county, fulfilling several functions such as appointing boards and commissions and enforcing ordinances and state statutes. The position also represents the county at the local, state and federal level.
Instant ramen noodles are known for their easy three step instructions, low price and status as a college student dietary staple. But it isn’t exactly the most bold or exciting of the instant foods, or the healthiest. This is an easily solved problem, though – your culinary creativity is limitless when it comes to instant ramen.
Have you ever looked at a hand-woven basket and thought, “How did someone make this?” Basket weaving may be a more accessible craft than once thought – perhaps you’ve attended a weaving lesson. If you are feeling called to learn, listen.
If you have lived in Bellingham for a while, you have probably noticed that most of the people who live here are white — 82% to be exact. Some of the cultures that do have presence in town make up a small portion of the population, but aren’t any less significant.
Bellingham is surrounded by evergreen trees, flowing mountains and the bay. Nature is the Washingtonian’s backyard.
Northwest Natura, a new start-up focused on teaching the Bellingham community about the environment, will be holding its first basket-weaving event on Sunday, Feb. 26.
Bellingham’s 14 local breweries put a vast amount of effort into their craft beer selections, showing locals that it’s more than just a drink that gives you a buzz. The city is perceived as a “beer drinker’s paradise,” with just a handful of wineries – but what makes these breweries appear more popular?
How many bars and restaurants in Bellingham do trivia nights? The answer: over 14. Trivia is one of the most popular activities for folks in Bellingham. This question and answer game regularly fills restaurants and pubs with teams of players ready for friendly competition.
Boomer’s Drive-in, a Bellingham staple, is having its 34th anniversary sale. The sale is locally known as Boomuary, as it takes place during January and February every year. Instead of their normal, individually marked prices, every burger on the menu is reduced to $3.44.
“Chance of rain,” a commonly used phrase in Bellingham, is now the name of the newest recurring event at The Blue Room, an all ages event venue located downtown.
In recent years, food prices have been creeping upward, and Bellingham residents are noticing this change. Local and chain grocers are growing accustomed to seeing a limited supply of stock.