Oct/Nov – 2019


Boris Schleinkofer, poetrywatch editor “When power leads man toward arrogance, poetry reminds him of his limitations. When power narrows the area of man’s concern, poetry reminds him of the richness and diversity of existence. When power corrupts, poetry cleanses.” — John F. Kennedy Do You Enjoy poetrywatch? Artwork by [Read More...]

By |2022-03-11T15:19:18-08:00October 20, 2019|poetrywatch|

Bitter Invader

Marasmiellus peronatus “fuzzy-foot”                                                                      photo: Fred Rhoades by Fred Rhoades A bitter invader — Marasmiellus [Read More...]

By |2022-03-11T15:12:23-08:00October 20, 2019|Cover Story|

Fall and Winter Plantings

Peter HeffelfingerPhoto: Evelyn Adams by Peter Heffelfinger By now, the late August plantings for the next three seasons should be established. The goal is an initial level of plant maturity, established before the first frost, which allows continued slow growth through our relatively mild winter. The lettuces should [Read More...]

By |2022-03-11T15:17:41-08:00October 20, 2019|Northwest Gardening|

How We Are Being the Change

by Lynnette Allen There are movements stirring and big changes happening. From Bellingham and the grassroots everywhere, people are “being the change” we know we can be … connecting and transforming our reality into what we truly are. Bellingham’s participation and celebration in the Global Climate Strike on September 20, [Read More...]

By |2022-03-11T15:18:31-08:00October 20, 2019|Opinion|

In Praise of WTA, Drivers

As a frequent rider, I’m impressed with the way the buses are able to keep to schedule. They have many unknowns along the route: people adding bicycles, and those needing extra assistance are just two unknowns. Those are legitimate and necessary. Then, there are the people who use WTA seats as personal benches, and [Read More...]

By |2019-10-20T07:47:47-07:00October 20, 2019|Letter to the Editor|
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