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Blood, Sweat and Tears keeps its jazz-rock fusion legacy alive

The band’s frontman is Bo Bice of “American Idol” fame. He was the runner-up to Carrie Underwood.

 

Set sail for the 18th century aboard salty square-riggers

The Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain will dock at the Port of Everett from May 25-30.

 

Annual EvCC student art exhibit is a reflection on progress

More than 30 Everett Community College students have their artwork displayed in the Russell Day Gallery.

 

Lake Stevens eatery’s Tex-Mex chow will fill your belly

Nacho, which sports the owner’s nickname, makes everything — from the burritos to the churros — homemade.

St. Helens story: Author to discuss ‘Untold Story’ on eruption

The book depicts the buildup to the 1980 eruption, and personal tales of survival and death.

Searching for adventure? Marysville native knows where to look

“Finding Adventure” is the next Marysville’s Outdoor Adventure Speaker Series presentation.

Snohomish County celebrates Bike Everywhere Day with events Friday

Cyclist commuters can enjoy free souvenirs and snacks in Lynnwood and at Boeing.

A bit of the Mediterranean in beautiful downtown Brier

As the city’s only restaurant, Brier Pizza serves much more than pizza and pasta.

Heart by Heart keeps memories from the 1970s alive

Popular demand brings the tribute band, with two original members of Heart, back to Everett.

Lynnwood couple’s dueling-piano act brings energy, fun

Jeff Coleron and Rhiannon Kruse will play just about any song — and tell a few jokes, too.

Geologic wonders offer awe-inspiring sights, a glimpse into the past

Venture out to see glacial erratics around Snohomish County and on Whidbey Island.

Steve Fidyk smiles during Ben Leonard’s saxophone solo as the Mountlake Terrace High School’s band rehearses on Monday, April 16, 2018 in Mountlake Terrace, Wa. Fidyk, an educator at Temple University, was on hand to give advice as musicians prepare for Essentially Ellington, a high school jazz band competition and festival May 10-12 at the Lincoln Center in New York City. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Terrace jazz band to compete against the best in New York

The high school’s ensemble will perform in Essentially Ellington this weekend.

Steve Fidyk smiles during Ben Leonard’s saxophone solo as the Mountlake Terrace High School’s band rehearses on Monday, April 16, 2018 in Mountlake Terrace, Wa. Fidyk, an educator at Temple University, was on hand to give advice as musicians prepare for Essentially Ellington, a high school jazz band competition and festival May 10-12 at the Lincoln Center in New York City. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

A few ways to make Mother’s Day special without draining your bank account

Mother’s Day is May 13. That means you have exactly one week to prepare, if you haven’t started already. Here are some quick and easy… Continue reading

Mill Creek teriyaki eatery has new owner, same quality food

With a remodeled space, SOLID Modern Teriyaki picks up where Town Center Teriyaki left off.

What a deal: Apply to compete on ‘Deal or No Deal’ game show

1. What’s in the briefcase? Ever screamed at your television wishing the contestant had guessed differently on the game show “Deal or No Deal”? Now’s… Continue reading

A taste of the Mediterranean in Mountlake Terrace

Online hype proves to be real at Fork Mediterranean Grill.

Los Lonely Boys promise to keep it real at Everett gig

The Grammy-winning trio plays a mix of rock, soul, country and Tejano.

TEDx speaker seeks to shine a light on living with depression

Bill Bernat brings humor and insight to his view on connecting with depressed people.

Dance company brings Tetris video game to the stage

Dancing quartet Arch8 turns the tile-matching puzzle game into a wacky dance routine.

Afraid of heights? Push through your fear at Summit Everett

The climbing gym on Rucker Avenue offers top rope climbing, auto belay and bouldering.