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Locally crafted: ciders, meads and distilleries

For people who enjoy a good artisanal alcoholic beverage, the Pacific Northwest is the place to be.

Teton Gravity Research shows its newest ski, snowboard film in Bellingham

Teton Gravity Research (TGR) is taking its newest ski and snowboard film around the world and making a stop in Bellingham at the Mount...

Scientists predict high chance of third consecutive La Niña winter

When El Niño and La Niña get thrown around, it can be hard to keep track of which means more snow. As if all...

360 Degrees

Hummel finishes The Circumnavigation Project on Mt. Baker Story and photos by Jason Hummel The knowledge of a mountain, the true understanding of where it is...

Tidepooling Tongue Point

By Ian Ferguson Pitch black, it was the middle of winter, late in the evening. The wind was howling — cold creeping through the cracks...

Sehome Hill Arboretum bouldering guide

Select Rock Climbing and Bouldering Guide Story and photos by Jason D. Martin Overlooking all of Bellingham, Sehome Hill Arboretum has long been a place for...

Winging it

New watersport will take you flying around Bellingham Bay By Tony Moceri If there is one thing that stays constant in our corner of the world,...

Northwest Tune-Up: On for next year, with changes and first year...

Story and photos by Ian Haupt Organizing an inaugural event in any year is difficult. Building connections with sponsors, vendors, volunteers, the community, the city...

Adams River sockeye run

Travel 4 hours to a once every 4 years phenomenon By Eric Lucas I call it the real riverdance. Four million gorgeous natural acrobats, a six-mile performance...

Clear weather, dark skies

Stargazing the Baker way By Ian Haupt On a clear night in North Cascades National Park, one can see nearly 3,000 stars, according to park service...