Bellingham Cupids Brawl is a two-part event featuring hip-hop artists Ethan Lucci, Salem Hush and Martii MC-Fly performing before a freestyle rap battle at the Make.Shift Art Space’s all-ages venue on Friday, Feb. 24.
Cupid’s Arrow, an improv show at the Upfront Theatre, is structured like a 70s dating game show with a lot more twists and unexpected fun surprises. The show runs every Friday and Saturday through the month of February. It starts at 7:30 p.m., and tickets range from $10 to $16.
On Feb. 11, the City of Bellingham Parks and Recreation department hosted a sensory-friendly hour from 2-3 p.m. at this year’s Valentine’s Day party in the Bloedel Donovan Community Building. It was the city’s second sensory-friendly event for kids.
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?
Sweet as Waffles, a sweet and savory waffle joint currently run out of a converted trailer located at Stemma Brewery, is opening its new brick-and-mortar in downtown Bellingham.
When Sheri and Toby Ten Eyck first opened Wandering Oaks Fine Arts Gallery and Glass Studio, the couple’s goal was to showcase, inspire and teach local artists.
Symphonic music and picturesque scenes of nature are set to be the main attraction at the Mount Baker Theatre when “Our Planet Live in Concert” comes to Bellingham on Feb. 17 at 7:30 p.m.
Having a neurological disorder brings challenges in everyday life. The way you move changes and suddenly you can't do things you used to. Dance for People with Parkinson's gives people a chance to move in a way they may not be able to normally in a safe and supportive space.
Last month, the Washington State Department of Health lifted several of its beach closures in Whatcom County. Warnings that had restricted the harvesting of all types of clams lessened to only restrict the collection of butter and varnish clams.
Trumpet in hand, a Western jazz professor's story led him to perform for audiences all over the countryBy Mathew Callaghan | February 15
From mimicking the tunes he heard on Saturday morning cartoons to performing for crowds across the country, Kevin Woods has always had an affinity for music.
In Waypoint Park, an unexpected waterfront attraction is inviting local artists to spread the love. Valentine’s Day-themed art is showcased along all 780 feet of the wooden wall separating the sidewalk from ongoing construction.
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.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, heart-shaped candy boxes and gifts on store shelves become increasingly abundant. The holiday, as commercial as it can be, gives businesses a seasonal opportunity to market their products to please romantics and anyone with a sweet tooth.
On Jan. 24, the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) began an eight-week training to teach community volunteers how to provide help in the case of an emergency.
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.
One of Bellingham’s most anticipated Valentine’s Day events is coming up, and locals from all dietary lifestyles are invited. Bellingham Veg Fest’s annual Valentine Vegan Bake Sale will take place Saturday, Feb. 11, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at V GO’s Bellingham. There will be a variety of vegan-friendly treats for visitors to purchase in support of Ahimsa Microsanctuary.
Upcoming show “Three Chords of the Apocalypse: a Transcriber’s Tale” starring and written by Joanna Parson will be presented at the Firehouse Arts and Events Center on Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. The event, hosted by Bellingham TheatreWorks, will be the first of many opportunities aimed at uplifting local artists looking for a venue for their work.
With 2023 in full swing, people from all different walks of life have begun their new year with resolutions to improve their physical and mental health. But when “gymtimidation” comes into the mix, it can become a barrier to meeting both of those goals.