According to their head coach of almost 20 years, Anacortes High School has never had a basketball player as good as Davis Fogle.
Mathew Callaghan (he/him) is a senior sports reporter for the Front this quarter. He plans to major in journalism and minor in law, diversity and justice through Fairhaven. In his free time, Mathew likes to write, hike, read and play basketball.
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Vikings basketball has returned. The official start of the new season is Friday, Nov. 3, when the Vikings play against Daemen University in Langley, British Columbia.
“It’s just amazing,” Viking defender Halle Noel said. “It feels so good to win with this group."
“The Art Movement” craft show, indoor art and vendor market, took place at a local Bellingham gym, Jett Movement Academy, on Sunday, March 12 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
New York Times best-selling author Jess Walter talks about his book “The Cold Millions” after visit to BellinghamBy Mathew Callaghan | March 14
Bellingham book lovers, union enthusiasts and fans of early 20th century history had a lot to look forward to when author Jess Walter visited Whatcom County to showcase his book, “The Cold Millions.”
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.
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.
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.