Ben Watanabe

When the snow piles up, it’s nice to walk and get a good drink

There’s a certain vibe after gingerly strolling to a neighborhood watering hole to warm up.

 

Before the power goes out, here’s what you should do and know

With another winter storm coming, here are some preparations to make in case you lose electricity.

 

Wings, fried chicken at That Chicken Place worth crowing over

The new restaurant in downtown Everett near the Angel of the Winds Arena is a haven for wing nuts.

 

Rep. Larsen says ending shutdown comes before other issues

The 10-term congressman addressed questions about the federal closure, the wall and Trump.

1 dead after fire at Harvey’s Pub on Broadway in Everett

The 1951 building had apartments on the second floor, where the victim was found.

Hometown rockers: ‘Pearl Jam Home & Away’ exhibit at MoPop

See iconic albums, instruments, posters and more at the Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle.

Family members of Civil War veteran John Louis Grant stand next to his tombstone before the tombstone dedication ceremony on Veterans Day on Sunday in Arlington. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

New tombstone for Civil War veteran in Arlington

Cpl. John Grant was a Union soldier from Indiana who later settled in Arlington.

Family members of Civil War veteran John Louis Grant stand next to his tombstone before the tombstone dedication ceremony on Veterans Day on Sunday in Arlington. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Everett’s grisly, ghostly past rises from dead in audio tour

The Everett Museum of History narration takes people to six sites of purported paranormal encounters.

Cookies delivered to your door, even late, in Edmonds, Everett

Midnight Cookie Co. cashes in on the convenience craze through delivery apps.

Several boats and boathouses damaged at Everett marina fire

The fire was in a difficult-to-access location, but firefighters, with police help, got it under control.

Check out these new titles from Everett Public Library

October’s new releases are frightful, monumental, sharp and shocking.

A flurry of south county shootings prompts unease — and resolve

Gunfire this week injured four people, and there will be more security at a football game Friday.

Who should be The Herald’s Prep Athlete of the Week for Sept. 3-9?

Students from Jackson, Marysville Getchell, South Whidbey, Glacier Peak, Everett and King’s highs.

  • Sep 10, 2018

MoPOP Marvel exhibit showcases comics’ history and relevance

The show is an ode to the comic-book industry and how the stories were shaped by their times.

Washington members of Congress celebrate and mourn McCain

Maria Cantwell, Patty Murray, Dave Reichert and others shared condolences and remembrances.

Yin and Yang: Couple is named Schack’s Artists of the Year

This is the last week to see exhibits featuring the works of Chris and Jan Hopkins at the Schack.

Dog was sweltering in car when police broke glass to save it

Experts say cracking a vehicle window makes no difference. Inside the car, it was 103 degrees.

A 2-hour, all-you-can-eat extravaganza at Sushi Ring

The Silver Lake eatery serves up a seemingly endless procession of rolls and nigiri orders.

Historic Flight museum founder injured in BC air show crash

Pilot John Sessions was giving rides in a vintage 1930s airliner at the airport in Abbotsford.

Stu Williamson, 100, and tandem instructor Vladimir Ursachii prepare for landing during Williamson’s birthday skydive at Skydive Snohomish on Sunday, July 22, 2018 in Snohomish, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

He jumped from 14,000 feet to celebrate turning 100 years old

Robert “Stu” Williamson celebrated his century mark with family and friends at Skydive Snohomish.

Stu Williamson, 100, and tandem instructor Vladimir Ursachii prepare for landing during Williamson’s birthday skydive at Skydive Snohomish on Sunday, July 22, 2018 in Snohomish, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)