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Amy Waeschle is a surf addict.
Ever since she caught her first wave seven years ago, the sport of surfing has become more of a feeling than a sport for the school teacher turned adventuress.Kitsap student athletes having an impact at state
North Kitsap’s Siara Byers snuck into the girls’ 3A 100-meter dash finals Friday morning with a qualifying time of 12.63 seconds. Byers and her Viking teammates will run in a 4x100-meter relay qualifying round Friday evening.
Kingston’s Ruby Roberts qualified for the Class 2A 1,600-meter finals Thursday and the 800-meter run Friday. Roberts will compete in both events’ finals Saturday.Answering wanderlust, even with kids
What’s Up has long embraced the local arts and entertainment scene like no other publication in Kitsap County.
Local artists, thespians and musicians have always been our primary focus and our commitment to the local scene remains unwavering. But now we’re going to be your go-to publication for a wider spectrum of issues.What's Up for National Trails Day — June 6
Perhaps that’s what makes walking/hiking/biking trails coveted community ammenties.
At its website, the Kitsap Visitors and Convention Bureau (www. visitkitsap.com) lists seven pages full of trails in and around Kitsap — from state parks to preserves, lake fronts and low-tide beach walks.The tale of two Illahees — an Illaheean odyssey
Maria Mackovjack is a self-admitted “art whore.” From her framing studio — Old Town Custom Framing in Old Town Silverdale — she’s an advocate and a resource for the local art community as well as an unabashed and unrelenting promoter of it.
Even if her business didn’t depend on it, chances are Mackovjack would be out on the streets, flagging people down, trying to get them to at least look at the art that’s being made in their community.What's Up On The Old Town Art Walk
An artist’s inherent challenge, according to Bremerton native Anna Hoey, is “to constantly explore and evolve.”