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Setting the Stage

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In “Setting the Stage” writer Laura Berkley Boram takes us behind the scenes to meet the folks who construct the backdrops at our island theaters. Pick up the Fall/Winter 2018 print issue of Whidbey Life Magazine to read more about the diversity of the sets, and the challenges faced by the building crews, supply plenty […]

Stories from Stone

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In “Stories Shaped from Stone,” writer Siri Bardarson profiles sculptor (and Whidbey Life Magazine founder) Sue Taves. See more of Sue’s sculpture, and explore how she thinks and feels about stone, in the pages of the Fall/Winter 2018 print issue. Like this article? Please share it.

Home Grown for the Holidays

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Is there a better way to celebrate the bounty of the season and honor our farmers than to serve locally-grown food at your holiday table? Tour the Farms of Whidbey in the pages of the Fall/Winter 2018 print magazine for more ideas about what to serve and where to find it. Penn Cove Shellfish Eckholm […]

Home Made for the Holidays

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In her article, Home Made for the Holidays in the Fall/Winter 2018 print issue, writer Kate Poss ices the cake. The print issue is replete with photos of creations by Whidbey Island confectioners and bakers. Here’s just a preview of what’s being served for dessert! Like this article? Please share it.

Distilling the Essence

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Whidbey Island is home to three distilleries dedicated to producing premium spirits crafted by hand. In “Distilling the Essence” writer Steve Kilisky takes you into a bunker, a barn, and a boathouse where the magic happens. To see more photos and are read the article, pick up the Fall/Winter 2018 print issue of Whidbey Life […]

Indigo Blues

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In Dyeing for the Blues, writer Keke Cribbs introduces you to three textile artists: Patti King, Cheryl Lawrence, and Carys Hamer. In Leaf Magic, an essay by writer Deborah Nedelman, Deborah tries her hand(s) at using fresh indigo leaves to dye a scarf during a class given by textile artist Cheryl Lawrence. To see more […]