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Meet the 2022 Presidential Scholars 2022-06-03
Masks, recitals and return of the Naked Bike Ride

This month, Wednesday on the Waterfront opens, Whatcom Museum offers tours of its exhibits, Studio UFO presents masks created during the pandemic, Whatcom County farmers and Scots celebrate their heritage and Bellingham Symphony closes its season. Plus, there are ballet, music, theater and dance…

Down the rabbit hole and beyond

Western Washington University’s Student Theatre Productions presents Yasmina Reza’s “God of Carnage,” translated by Christopher Hampton, and directed by Austin Denton at 7:30 p.m. May 12 through 14 at Old Main Theater.

Masks are recommended for audience members due to the close proximity…

'Right to Recognition:' The convergence of art and dance

“Right to Recognition, a body response to the Declaration of Human Rights,” a collaboration between mixed-media artist Linda Ost and Senior Professor of Dance at Western Washington University Pam Kuntz, combines human rights, images provided by Western students and an unconventional use of hand…

Bees, music and parades

Test your trivia knowledge in a Trivia Bee hosted by Whatcom Literacy Council. Music from Western Washington University, Bellingham Festival of Music, Bellingham Music Club and Bellingham Symphony Orchestra will inspire you, Bellingham’s Sonja Lee returns with a new band, and the community is…

Brad Johnson Named WWU’s New Provost and Executive Vice President   2022-04-26
Bellingham’s Blue Room Finds Its Rhythm as New Downtown, All-Ages Venue

Formerly the site of the Glow and Studio B night clubs, the space above KPOP Chicken and Beer is now The Blue Room, an all-ages performance venue. Less than two months into operations, the space is bringing a diverse array of live entertainment to…

Opera, jazz, crushed clowns and singing nuns

It’s a music-filled week in Bellingham with some of the city’s finest jazz artists, as well as acclaimed touring musicians. Historic Fairhaven stars in a couple of leading roles, when you can learn about two icons of the neighborhood — “Dirty” Dan Harris and the Fairhaven Hotel. Western’s Opera…

Scholars Week returning to in-person format this year; registration opens April 25 2022-04-14
NYC Jazz quartet to play the WWU Performing Arts Center April 4 2022-03-17
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