A few final thoughts as we approach the beginning of a new year at The Palace.
A surprise birthday gift from Palace GUEST CONTRIBUTOR, confidant, dear friend, and brilliant blogger, Helen Meyers. Thank you!
The rise of the Spokane-based punk band, Itchy Kitty, from cat humor to a serious punk statement.
R. Turner is back, and just might have created his finest solo EP to date.
The Palace turns one year old this month.
The Palace had the rare opportunity to speak with John Treanor about his band, the LA-based Tombstones In Their Eyes, his new record, and about writing songs in a broken age.
The Business is punk to the core, fighting the good fight, even as our town opts for business over safety.
On every street, a wall of eyes in every color, asking all the right questions, refusing to leave until they get answers.
Mamiffer, a favorite at The Palace, returns again with a new record and EP rich in beauty, mystery, and meaning.
The Palace speaks with Hollie Huthman, owner and show booker at The Shakedown, one of Bellingham’s most iconic performance spaces, about live music in the “new normal.”