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Grateful Not So Dead
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Grateful not-so-dead

For a band that hasn’t played in nearly 30 years, Grateful Dead seems to still have a big following today, especially in Bellingham and along the West Coast.  


Beer for a cause
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Buy a beer for a good cause

Bellingham’s largest beer festival, April Brews Day, brings over 4,000 people to the area to enjoy brews from the Pacific Northwest. This year, the one-day festival is being held on April 29. This is the first time the festival has taken place since 2019.  Throughout the years, April Brews Day has continued to grow. Katie Gray, the event planner,  said they are expecting around 5,000 attendees, 50 breweries and food vendors this year.  There will be gluten-free, vegan and non-alcoholic options available. The event is for ages 21 and over and dogs are not allowed.


Earth Day, Then and Now Gallery
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Earth Day: 53 years in the making

Since the first Earth Day in 1970, events around environmental protection have evolved. Originally, more than 20 million participants were involved — to some degree — in protests, marches and other events across the nation, fighting to create political change.  


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