June 2014

Street with No Parade: Theatrical Reviews of Non-Theatrical Events

Sunrise I want you to leave aside your usual expectations concerning plot and character development. In those departments not much happens in Sunrise. Curtain times drift with the seasons, and it’s difficult to know exactly when the performance begins and when it ends. These [...]

June 30, 2014

Film – Out of Nothing

When Whatcom County photographer Chad DeRosa began shooting photos of custom motorcycles, little did he know that it would lead him to a multi-year project working with a team of filmmakers in Whatcom County’s burgeoning film industry to create a full-length documentary, Out [...]

June 20, 2014

Fairhaven Village Inn

Nestled in the corner of Fairhaven, set against the blue-grey expanse of Bellingham Bay, the quiet Fairhaven Village Inn waits patiently for its next guest. Situated next to other shopfronts in similar decor, it blends in—a credit to the Inn’s ability to immerse itself, and [...]

June 18, 2014

College Locust Chatter

College Locust Chatter Our laughter carries the fog as we curse the saggy beachball of a moon that floats, deflated of freshman backwash. We’re passing that needlepoint sailboat flask weightlessly, as it binds us buoyantly as bloodbuzzed brothers. You got that scholarship and [...]

June 18, 2014

Elisha Loves Love – Always a Shy Girl

I have been single for eight years since I split with my boyfriend of ten years. Since that time I have not gone out on a single date because I don’t want to meet someone in a bar, but I am paralyzed by the fear of internet dating. I don’t think I am creative enough or [...]

June 11, 2014

Short Story – My Old Man

All morning the cars had been turning up at the grounds of the university, most of them modern and expensive, reflecting the success of the men who drove them, the fathers of my peers, my fellow students, my friends for the past four years. I watched the cars arrive from the [...]

June 11, 2014

Old Fashioned Liquor – Bellewood Distillery

Tucked just off the Guide Meridian, Bellewood Acres Farm is a frequent stop among locals for apples, corn and pumpkins in the fall but in the last year, they have expanded into spirits. Their tasting room, a black wood affair with old fashioned barrels and metal furnishings, [...]

June 6, 2014

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