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Sugaray Rayford and Lee Oskar will perform at the event Sunday at the Historic Everett Theatre.
The story of racism in the Depression-era Deep South remains all too relevant today.
Alicia Jones plays the Finches’ housekeeper, Calpurnia, in the Edmonds Driftwood Players production.
Statewide, 151 have died. But the illness has hit other parts of the country harder this season.
Everett eighth-grader Felix Kim will perform the solo in “Boccherini Cello Concerto in B-flat Major.”
“That Magnificent Mozart!” will be performed by a chamber-sized group Feb. 11 in Everett.
The Mukilteo Youth Advisory Committee contest is open to Seattle-area students and has no entry fee.
Minor landslides and high water prompted closure of some Snohomish County roads Sunday and Monday.
It seems to be a trend. The Snohomish Health District lists 74 properties where smoking is prohibited.
A number of local gardening experts will be at this year’s Northwest Flower Garden Festival.
The cafe and bakery’s offerings go well beyond standard bacon-and-eggs fare.
Older adults and residents in low-income households may be eligible for assistance.
But it’s not over yet, as clinics continue to be packed with patients.
The quirky comedy “More Fun Than Bowling” runs Feb. 2 to 25 at Phoenix Theatre in Edmonds.
The Country Living Expo and Cattlemen’s Winterschool is set for Jan. 27 at the high school.
Statewide, 86 people have died from the flu, most of whom were 65 or older.
The Community Health Center on Rucker will provide care for low-income and uninsured patients.
International Guitar Night, now in its 18th year, is Jan. 24 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts.
It’s more than any other county in the state for the second week, but hospitalizations are down.
The facility built in 1937 will be removed to make way for a new city park.