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He played for decades in the Johnny Carson house band. Now you can hear him in Everett.
Forget about some far-off destination — check out these places in your back yard.
Think veggie or sweet potato chips, or home-baked chicken fingers.
Hear the “sinister pop” trio at a free show at the Everett library Saturday.
The eighth annual festival at the Schack Art Center in Everett runs through Sept. 23.
Gordon’s On Blueberry Hill makes Penn Cove mussels in a broth that helps assert the dish’s flavors.
An Everett librarian shares what he’s learned about our area’s musical past and future.
Lynnwood’s Richard Okrent will talk Sept. 13 about traveling in Greece.
1. Big moving sale. Everything must go. The Big Moving Sale at the Edmonds Senior Center is set for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept.… Continue reading
Von Braschler’s new book tells of a dying friend’s last days and her “life transition” into the light.
An artists’ reception for “Inventing with Color and Light” is Sept. 12 at Lynnwood Convention Center.
The former lead singer and founder of the ’60s rock-folk band will play the Historic Everett Theatre.
1. Roll up your sleeves. Every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs a blood transfusion. Now’s your chance to help save lives. The city… Continue reading
The first rule of living small is getting rid of everything except the essentials.
Photographers will interpret and photograph six themes in six hours Saturday, Sept. 8.
The vessel will dock here to perform “Nomadic Tempest,” about the horrors of climate change.
Bothell’s Melissa Arias is the president and CEO of the Make-A-Wish chapter that includes Washington.
It’s the only stop in the state for the top-seven singers, including season 16 winner Maddie Poppe.
Sweet Art Cotton Candy is one of 78 food booths at the Evergreen State Fair, which begins Thursday.
Gretchen’s Place offers hot and cold sandwiches at prices that won’t break the bank.