This week on Into the Arts

We featured two artists who are a bit outside of the “art” box, a floral designer, Natalie Ransom of Pozie by Natalie and Sarah Wood of Gathered confections.  Check out the Into the Arts page for links to their Instagrams so you can check out their very visual art.  Also, just a hint, they still have room in their holiday schedule to help you out […]

Shop Local this season!

If you are wondering where to start on the road to refocusing and shopping local this Holiday Season check out the Sustainable Connections Holiday Page at They have a few contests, a gift giving guide, the Cheermeister event, and more, go, now, check it out and start planning your holiday Fun!

Holidays are Coming!

Hunting for things to do and holiday bazaars to visit, well if you have visitors coming here is one way to look for events: Bellingham Whatcom Tourism has a community calendar with lots of cool stuff listed.  You can go there and click on events.  Cool beans, right?  Also we will be adding a spreadsheet of Holiday Bazaars to our website tomorrow, if you know […]

Heading into November

Going to be a fun November, adding music, doing shows, and getting to know even more folks in Bellingham.  If you would like to help out in anyway please contact me at  I am really looking for someone who is out and about on the nighttime music scene to contact musicians and help us find new music for the station. Music added today: Hot […]

October fun, and updates

Been a busy month of visiting with and interviewing folks.  Into the Arts is well on it’s way, we kicked it off with Kenneth Kearney, Wildlife Photographer, followed that up with Cheryl Crooks from the International Womens film festival, and this week is Baby Cakes, a local amazing band many of  you have seen.  The last week of October we are going to have a […]

October update, new shows, new music

Into the Arts begins in October.  Starting off with Kenneth Kearney Photography on October 2nd at noon and October 5th at 6pm.  Followed up the next week by the Cascadia Int. Women’s Film Festival, then Baby Cakes with big news about their first album, and rounding out the month, the Whatcom Art Market a best kept secret in Fairhaven.  We are also pleased to be […]

Smithsonian Museum Day is September 23rd

The Smithsonian Museum Day is on September 23rd, and local museums are participating. The Smithsonian recognizes the extraordinary power of museums, and other cultural institutions, to provide visitors with insight and inspiration. This event represents a nationwide commitment to boundless curiosity and the pursuit of knowledge wherever you are. Over 200,000 people downloaded tickets for last year’s event, and this year’s event is expected to […]

Updates, new music and more

It’s been a busy summer, trying to suppport 2 stations has been a bit of a struggle but getting closer to being able to spend some serious time on KPNW-DB.  You can visit with us at the Commercial St. Night Market on August 18th downtown or email us anytime, or visit our Facebook page KPNW-DB and leave a message there.  Our FB page could use […]

Music, music, everywhere

Hi all,   Adding new music so often I can’t keep up.  Check out Redwood Sol, a tasty mix of funk, rock, reggae, and alternative rock to create a captivating sound reminiscent of 90s…  They’ll be in the 4-7pm block, might be a few of those numbers from Natural State of Things also appearing in the 7-10pm block.  Still working on the lovely music of Samuel […]

New Music

So much new music, Wonder, Margaret Wilder Band, The Sweet Goodbyes, Julia Massey & the Five Finger Discount, Jessie Thoreson’s new album, Samuel Orson, Valerie June, The Lumineers, Sylvan Esso, and more.  We fund this music out of our own pockets to show our support for local music so the acquisition is slow but sure, we add new artists all the time but I tend […]