In the shuttered lobby of the Ballard Community Center sit inflatables, vases, and round tables. This is the evidence of an event that never happened, and the vacancy of people serves as the reminder. What […]
Churches in the time of Covid-19 have evolved from environments of public community to in-home spiritual connection. While the opportunity to attend a church service has become more accessible since all one must do […]
Stevie Shao talks about some of her artwork she did for businesses due to Covid-19 when all businesses were closed down. During a time when people were in shock, she was able to create something […]
In this interview, Allie Kehret talks about how she and Ballard have been doing since the pandemic occured. You hear her experience of Ballard and of herself and what she has gained through this difficult […]
A member of the Ballard community, Maryann Moore, describes what life is like living in the area during the COVID-19 outbreak. Maryann had been spending the day outside with the dog she is currently watching […]
We are living in a wild time nowadays and a cashier working for Marketime Foods thinks so as well. Cooper Hewitt has been working throughout the pandemic and he has been giving us some insight […]
Jerry Stokesberry details what it is like as a Ballard Farmer’s Market vendor in the time of COVID-19, as well as how his interactions with his regular customers have changed.
As restaurants and shops board up their windows and doors due to temporary, and possibly permanent, closures during the COVID-19 outbreak, artists take to the walls in an attempt to brighten up the unusually quiet […]