Since Time Immemorial

Since Time Immemorial is a recurring series featuring community members whose families have been here since time immemorial. The ancestral knowledge carried by Lhaq’temish, Nooksack, and other Coast Salish peoples is knowledge about how to live in our shared home in a good, life-sustaining way. We live in a time when we need to restore our relationship with Mother Earth and with one another. We are grateful for these stories, told in the words of each featured individual. Skwetslatse’…

At Wit Cellars, “We’re In It Together” Carries a Special Meaning

Wit Cellars’ award-winning wines are flavorful, thoughtfully crafted, and deserve to be on your ‘must-try’ list.

Bellingham Coding + Robotics Club Opens Its Doors

Looking for a safe, educational, and fun activity to get your young ones out and about during the pandemic? Look no further than Bellingham Coding + Robotics Club (BCRC).

Grilled Cheese, Skagit Valley Style

The herbed vache and the brined sweetness of the pickled blueberries come together in a grilled cheese that is light, fresh, and delicious.

A Beginner’s Guide to Going Green at Home

Make your home more sustainable with tips on waste and energy reduction.

The Mixing Tin : Portofino

According to Storia Cucina’s beverage director, Matthew Boudousquie, this drink is like if a gin and tonic got a PhD.

Birch Bay Drive Construction Nears Completion

Residents of Birch Bay can soon look forward to a construction-free drive along Birch Bay Drive. The shoreline that runs parallel to the road has been under construction for the past two years as part of an ongoing project by Whatcom County, but the project should be completed this April, barring any major storms.  According to the project website, the purpose of the project is to “restore the natural shoreline, protect…

The Rustic Fork

The Rustic Fork is an ideal location for comfortable outdoor dining, with a back patio that seats up to 38 people.

The Best Dahlias for a Backyard Cutting Garden

With just a few dahlias, you can enjoy picking your own fresh-cut flowers every day from July through September.