Bellingham Spin Jam, a weekly gathering where people can practice flow arts, hopes to create a sense of community in its attendees.
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The independent record label and store Black Noise Records was founded by Nico Sanchez in 2016 when he was still attending Western Washington University.
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.
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.
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.
If you’re struggling to find affordable housing, you’re not alone. As Bellingham’s population continues to grow, young renters face a housing crisis stemming from building limitations and a lack of rental properties.