OverhaulBellingham’s Automotive industry during the pandemic Video by Cody Clark Automotive shops in Bellingham fulfilled a unique role during the 2020 coronavirus outbreak. They were one of the few businesses allowed to remain open to serve customers. In this short film, two shop owners explain their approach to serving customers and staying afloat during an […]
This video explores the financial and social implications that have affected sex workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Emma, Melissa, and Rainbow recount their current situation during this time.
Live Music Fights for Survival An interview series Bellingham, Wash. By Giovanni Andrew Roverso PART ONE: Overview – The 2019 novel coronavirus took the U.S. by storm. By mid-April, as the nation’s unemployment rate climbed to 15%, the second highest on record since the Great Depression. Many industries have been negatively impacted, with the live […]
By Micah Evangelista, Hannah Gordon-Kirk, Isabel Lay and Emily Porter Life At Home By Micah Evangelista Life at Home: Four families during Covid-19 Four families explain their experiences during Covid-19. From Brielle Felatous, a single mother of two, to L. and Kristin Page and Cameron and Melanie Whitley, two couple’s living with a newborn child, […]
Schools Closed, Computers OpenHow the drastic change in education due to COVID-19 has affected students and families in the Bellingham area By Ella Banken, Molly Todd, Allyson Roberts, Zack Jimenez and Alix Condit The Acevedo Family Student’s age: 7 (2nd grade) Ethan Acevedo is learning to construct sentences and paragraphs at home under the guidance […]
Pedaling Community Kelson Callahan jumps a hip while mountain biking near Bellingham, Washington, on May 26, 2020. (Photo by Alex Moreno) Bellingham Mountain Biking and Coronavirus Developing changes amid coronavirus have reshaped the use of Galbraith Mountain, which is a world-class destination for biking and part of the identity of many people in the community […]
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