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No measuring spoons: Executive chef LeeWay Morris brings his southern-style cooking to Ellie’s.
Everett resident and retired teacher Melissa Halferty loves all things red, vintage and Frida Kahlo.
Rhonda Vincent is among the headliners who will play at the Darrington Bluegrass Festival July 17-19.
HOMEBODIES, hosted by Everett Music Initiative’s Facebook page, will feature performances by local artists.
They must cope with shortages of take-out containers, steep online ordering fees and lost revenue from alcohol.
Some Snohomish County theaters and nightclubs are turning to live-streaming and online fundraisers.
Oliver Elf Army’s politically charged LP will stream Saturday on Black Lab Gallery’s Facebook page.
Mandatory shutterings to help slow the spread of COVID-19 may put many eateries out of business for good.
Ed O’Brien will be one of more than 40 acts at the music festival in Darrington on Aug. 6-9.
Digital technology can’t replicate the sound of gear from the 1950s and ’60s, Sean Wolcott and Craig Curran say.
The juried exhibition features the works of 134 artists in the 21st century craft movement.
With the spread of the virus, Shawn O’Donnell’s American Grill and Irish Pub has seen a steep drop in business.
Two nationally known indie rock bands will perform, but the focus is on regional music. The event is set for May 14-16.
More than 70 paintings will be displayed March 7 through April 12 at Matzke Fine Art Gallery and Sculpture Park.
Nancy Myrtle, who has worked at Arnies in Mukilteo since 1987, loves her customers — and the view out the window.
The Bothell chef scrapes the “airline” cut wing bone clean of meat and fat for an appealing presentation.
Reiter Foothills, with 30 miles of trails between Gold Bar and Index, is a mecca for ATV buffs.
The singer-songwriter will perform Feb. 28 in Everett, “one of my favorite gigs.”
Oscar Wilde’s satire of Victorian social mores shows from Feb. 28 to March 15 at the Marysville theater.
Alex Frye became a bartender to realize a childhood dream and confront his fears. Now he loves it.