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The Amarillo: 116 E. Main St., Monroe; 360-217-8484. Open mic Thursdays with host Jeff Crookall. Megs McLean, Nov. 16. Amici Bistro: 8004 Mukilteo Speedway, Mukilteo;… Continue reading
Erynne Byrd’s “A Compilation of Female Truth” and her new business, She’s Her Own, are about self-empowerment.
Greg Doering of Clinton survived a tour in Vietnam, only to endure more trauma back home.
Blake Fitzgerald shares his extensive beer knowledge at Josh’s Taps and Caps in Snohomish.
Groove for Thought, which disbanded last year, will perform Nov. 7 at Meadowdale High School.
The Everett restaurant serves Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and Hawaiian cuisine.
Five expert mixologists in Snohomish County share seasonal potent potables — some sweet, some spicy.
The Italian mountains have been checked on her bucket list. Now she wants to spread the word about the Mountaineers.
For 116 years, the town was devoid of a place to enjoy pad Thai. Eat Thai Cuisine has changed all that.
An Everett interior designer offers tips for single guys who want to upgrade their living spaces.
New activities at the Snohomish Valley Festival of Pumpkins include carnival games, straw bale lifts and a day for dogs.
Jeremy Dutcher, a First Nations Canadian from New Brunswick, will perform in Edmonds.
Steven Greenebaum, former minister at Living Interfaith Church, writes about his life journey in a new memoir.
Find out why savory jianbing has been a popular street food in China since ancient times.
The Reduced Shakespeare Company’s show is Oct. 19 at Northshore Performing Arts Center in Bothell.
A historian tells the dramatic story of the Columbia Day Storm, which walloped the Northwest on Oct. 12, 1962.
You can taste Teresa Garrison’s cake at this year’s Nordic Fair on Oct. 19 in Stanwood.
Mark Evich of The Cove Restaurant and Lounge in Lynnwood says obscure cocktails are his biggest challenge.
The Monroe Historical Society will look back on the city’s theaters of yesteryear at a special presentation.