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COVID boosters targeting omicron are here, in limited supply
The new bivalent shot offers some protection against the variant now causing nearly all infections.
Movies galore: Two fests this week highlight women filmmakers
Everett Film Festival returns after a pandemic break. Lunafest raises money to support women and girls through scholarships.
99 parking stalls at the Mukilteo waterfront get stalled
The lot operated by the Port of Everett had been slated to open Friday. It faces delays of 30 to 120 days due to permitting issues.
Roads, seas, skies will be busy for Labor Day’s last hurrah of summer
Leave early. Or leave late. Avoid peak times. Pack your patience. Prepare to wait. Have fun. Repeat.
At the dump, Joel is just one of the guys in an orange hardhat
Solid waste is a happy place for Joel Christensen, 24, who is blind and nearly deaf from a rare genetic disorder.
Mukilteo adds overnight, long-term parking to redeveloped waterfront
The lot in the former ferry holding lanes is “the first little piece” of a 26-acre plan built around a new ferry terminal.
It’s showtime! Get in line for a seat at The Clyde Theater in Whidbey
The Langley movie house has served up butterless popcorn, iceless drinks and priceless memories since 1937.
Up Up Up’s circus truck troupe rolls into downtown Everett
A truck breakdown on Whidbey didn’t stop the show from going on — grand piano, aerial feats and all.
Double fun in Everett with a big truck circus, big screen movie
Up Up Up circus returns to Hewitt at 6 p.m. “Encanto” at the Sail-in Cinema at the waterfront is at 8:25 p.m.
What the @#$%! Everett mom publishes a dictionary of curse words
Erika M. Weinert, 42, a copy editor who does business as The Werd Nerd, wrote “Cursing with Style.”
For $7, take a walk on the spiritual side of Whidbey Island
The 72-acre nature preserve has sculptures and sacred spaces. “It is contemplative, peaceful and magical.”
Everett’s oh-so-colorful Purple Wedding Chapel is in the red
Rev. Rasberry has hitched hundreds of couples over the years. After her husband died, she’s unsure if she can keep the place.
Free food, fun at Korean American Appreciation Day in Mukilteo
City Councilmember Jason Moon organized the Aug. 13 event to connect people of all cultures.
Mukilteo police’s new tricked out Tesla is a real traffic stopper
The black patrol car looks like just another Tesla, until the lights and sirens come on.
In this electoral corner, it’s Alabama “’Bama” Nightmare vs. Jack Lockhart
Precinct Committee Officers are grassroots party races at the bottom of the ballot, maybe. The storylines are no less interesting.
Got your $2 ticket? Mega Millions jackpot is $1.28 billion, for now
Odds are 1 in 303 million to win the jackpot. Dreaming about it is priceless.
Brake for clowns: J.P. Patches license plates are up for bid
Online auction for 20 low-number plates to benefit Seattle Children’s cancer research runs through Sunday.
Drink up! Happy hour on the Mukilteo-Clinton ferry is back
More galleys are reopening as pandemic restrictions scale back. Get out of your car for concessions just like at the ballpark.
Boaters behaving badly, boldly are making ferry crews crabby
Crab pots are another hazard on ferry routes. An entangled encounter can put a ferry out of service.
Golly gumbo! Everett’s Alligator Soul is having a reunion party
The July 30 event is for workers and patrons of the Cajun eatery that closed in 2010. Tickets are $10.