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Driving with scissors: This barber shop is on wheels
Stylist Alex Lewis of Everett started Wanderer Barbering Co. in a van to bring cuts to clients.
Celebrating writer and human rights champion Peter Jackson
A Sunday gathering at Town Hall in Seattle marks what would have been the 56th birthday for Scoop’s son.
Surprise! Life in a 100-year-old house is never dull
When you buy an old house, you wait for the next thing to go wrong. And you don’t have to wait long.
With $5 bet, Lynnwood man hits $2.4 million slots jackpot at Tulalip
Jose Lopez won the highest slots payout in the state’s casino history on the game Golden Charms.
What you see from your window is seen by 3.1 million viewers
Facebook’s “View From My Window” launched early in the pandemic continues to connect people worldwide.
In Mukilteo, mayor-council friction over diversity appointees
The balance of power between the mayor and City Council members has played out at recent meetings.
8 of Lottery’s ‘lucky retailers’ in region are in Snohomish County
The top two in the county were Safeway stores in Everett and Monroe. Got a hunch on who else was on the list?
Lake Stevens trucker ‘Stogie’ chronicles long-haul life on TikTok
Shawn Dirksen traded the cigar industry for driving a big rig with his pit bull, Bonnie. They keep three eyes on the road.
Hank Nelson, 84, leaves behind 450 sculptures at Whidbey park
The 20-acre Cloudstone Sculpture Park in Freeland will continue tours of Nelson’s art and workshops.
J.P. Patches plate: Would you want this clown on your car?
State lawmakers have finally given the OK for a “Patches Pal” license plate featuring the iconic TV show’s clowns, J.P and Gertrude.
Harmonica virtuoso Lee Oskar debuts somber album ‘Never Forget’
The Danish musician of the funk band War and “Low Rider” fame makes art and music from his Everett home.
Prison was art school for this Lake Stevens man
While incarcerated in Monroe for 10 years, Gabriel Herrera used a ballpoint pen to stick out.
Holy crap! Exotic compost from Woodland Park Zoo up for grabs
There’s plenty of Zoo Doo to go around. The zoo has ended a lottery system that limited who got the prized poo.
Memorial service set for former Kamiak High principal
In his “retirement,” Mike Gallagher recruited workers for the Mukilteo School District. Services will be held Saturday.
Snohomish ‘Unsellable Houses’ HGTV stars to premiere on ‘Rock the Block’
Twin sister real estate agents Leslie Davis and Lyndsay Lamb are in competition show airing Feb. 28.
Flu season stats: 5 deaths reported in Washington
Influenza activity is low but higher than last year: “There’s still a flu season, but it’s a mild one.”
He’s the guy who bought a boat — a big old $290,000 state ferry
Bart Lematta has plans for the retired Evergreen State ferry, docked in Langley since October.
Ticket sales lag, but show goes on at Historic Everett Theatre
After months of canceled shows and “pure fear” during the pandemic, local entertainment venues are trying to rebound.
Teriyaki trailblazer: Mill Creek’s Toshi created our regional dish
His humble takeout on Bothell Everett Highway is a throwback to the 1976 Seattle store that made the fast food famous here.
Meet Jason Moon, first Korean American on Mukilteo council
Moon, 40, was selected Monday by unanimous vote after sharing his views for the city’s future.