You know that feeling, when bird songs fill the dawn of morning, when the air is actually warmish for the first time, when the bare brown earth disappears under bows and flows of freshly emerging green growth, when sunshine sweetens your smile, and sweat actually beads on your skin.
Arts and Leisure
Although the series perpetuates the stereotype that politically ambitious women can’t be trusted in high office, it thoughtfully portrays the ubiquity of everyday sexism in political culture.
Set in Paris, and filled with stunning illustrations of the city, this little picture book by Seattle author Jessixa Bagley, about a street musician who is forced to adapt to a quickly changing world is absolutely sweet and a little bit heartbreaking.
An instant New York Times bestseller, this historical thriller explains much of the dark side of modern life through a history tale from a hundred years ago.
Enjoy the First Friday Artwalk on Friday, May 5 from 6pm – 8pm in downtown Anacortes. We've got the list.
The Port of Anacortes has revealed the lineup for their summer concert series at Seafarers' Park.
Anacortes Public Library will host the return of their annual genre celebration! This year, Fantasy Day will be a day of fun for the entire family, celebrating the fantasy genre and the stories and characters we love. We've got the schedule.
Several Anacortes art galleries, as well as other businesses, will be open Friday night for the monthly first-Friday Art Walk. Here's a list...