Explore the local flavor with our newest short series, highlighting our amazing chefs here on Whidbey.

It’s a Foodie Thing: Whidbey Pies

A family affair! Whidbey Pies as been dedicated to handmade, artisan pie making since 1986, when founder Jan Gunn started slinging Logan Berry pies from Greenbank Farm. Now her son Joe has stepped in to keep the tradition alive and be able to raise his family in the special place he grew up. See how they churn out over 1,500 pies a week from their production kitchen and feed many community members at the cafe, all while keeping it totally local and hand made.

It’s a Foodie Thing: Saltwater

Taste the sea! Saltwater might be a newer addition to Langley's food scene, but the folks at the helm have had over 10 years of experience from operating Prima Bistro. See how they cook their mouth-watering Manila Clams dish and learn how they celebrate the Puget Sound and all things seafood at their Fish House and Oyster Bar, Saltwater!

It’s a Foodie Thing: Anthes Ferments

What is fermented food? Some of your favorite staples like cheese, chocolate, coffee and tea are all fermented, but you might not know about all the other pro-biotic packed goodness that Anthes Ferments serves, right here in Langley! See how they put together their popular Shoyu Ramen Bowl and hear more about how Sonya Tsuchigane & Trap Landry want to serve the community through yummy, nourishing food on the newest episode of It’s a Foodie Thing.

It’s a Foodie Thing: Island Nosh

It's all about the noodles! From the heart of Clinton, Island Nosh satisfies your noodle cravings from around the world. Watch as Chef Scott shows us how they make their traditional spaetzle dish from scratch!

Whidbey This Week

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Bayview Corner Street Dance: Ruzivo and KA 1

WhidbeyTV and Goosefoot are collaborating to bring you this summer’s fun Bayview Corner Street Dances. Ruzivo and KA 1 share their high energy traditional Zimbabwean and contemporary Afropop to keep everyone dancing the night away! Other familiar Whidbey musicians joined the stage for another fun-filled, island summer night.

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Whidbey Telecom's 110th Anniversary

Take a journey through Whidbey Telecom's history, seeing how telecom technology has benefitted Island life. Thank you to this amazing community for all of your support over the years, we look forward to changing the future with you!

Whidbey Island is rich with history. We're bringing those stories to life. Hear from long-time residents and descendants of those who established this community and made it thrive. Many thanks to the South Whidbey Historical Museum and the many community members who are contributing to this effort.

This special series will be available on WhidbeyTV and streaming on here WhidbeyTV.com. View the first episode and series trailers below.

The Doghouse

The history of the "Olympic Club" now known as "The Doghouse". 

The West Way Episode 3 Trailer

From stunt double, to reality shows, to Whidbey Island – see the story of how The West Way begun on the newest episode, available next week on WhidbeyTV. Catch up on the other episodes on WhidbeyTV Channel 501, OnDemand and streaming at whidbeytv.com.

A nautical themed children’s show that follows the adventures of Captain Callie and her crew mates as they explore hidden treasures of Whidbey Island. With an emphasis on imagination, positivity, and whimsy, The Adventures of Captain Callie will entertain and delight through dance, song, and storytelling. Anchors aweigh! 

Available only on WhidbeyTV Channel 501, OnDemand and streaming on whidbeytv.com