The Endless Summers

By Isaac H. I’m going to go out on a limb here and presume that a majority of people would choose Summer as their favorite season. Warm days perfect for hiking, hitting the waters or firing up the grill. Warm nights great for camping or gazing at the stars. Who couldn’t love that? Well, a […]

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Early Warming: Crisis and Response in the Climate-Changed North

by Michelle C. Nancy Lord is coming to the Black Box Theatre at the Edmonds Community College for a free event on April 27th at 12:30 and 7:00pm. She will be talking about her book Early Warming: Crisis and Response in the Climate-Changed North. In Early Warming, Alaskan Writer Laureate, Nancy Lord, takes a cutting-edge […]

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Meet the Author Next Door: Rick Vander Kam

by Rick Vander Kam Rick Vander Kam plays the blues, writes novels, and develops organizations through developing the leadership capacities of its middle managers. He is a photographer, singer song writer, and an occasional traveler in the realms of science, philosophy, history and psychology and…  well, pretty much everything. He is a Christ-follower and spiritual pilgrim. […]

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Question of the Week: What is your favorite winter read?

As much of the country continues to be impacted by snow, I can’t help but think about winter reads and tales of epic snow and feezing temperatures and survival. Here are two of my favorite books to curl up with (preferably in front of a fire with a cup of cocoa). Eowyn Ivey’s The Snow […]

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