Long-time employee Erika Millage has taken over ownership of Third Plant Boutique, an inclusive and eclectic shop that sells a variety of jewelry, clothing and gifts, making them among the several queer, women and employee-owned businesses in downtown Bellingham.
Lauren Eydt (she/her) is a city news reporter for The Front this quarter. She is a second-year visual journalism pre-major and is working on a Fairhaven or studio arts double major. Lauren also loves to crochet, pet her cat and watch movies all at the same time.
You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Circa Pottery, a ceramic gallery and shop located in downtown Bellingham, has called for artists' submissions from all over the country for its First Annual Mug Show. Although the submission deadline closed Feb. 15, the showcase will begin in April.
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.
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.