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Jerry B. Steffen Jr., who is deaf, wins awards for his 3D paper cuttings and paintings.
The Grimm House is one of the sprawling suburb’s last links to its distant past as a sawmill town.
The Everett fest features 14 acts, including Everett’s Kevin Murphy and Snohomish’s Edmund Wayne and Fretland.
Trudy Kempton Dana is the author of “The Kemptons: Adventures of a Montana Ranch Family, 1880-1964.”
A lying doctor causes a lot of trouble for himself in the French farce, staging Sept. 27 to Oct. 20.
Compass Health program directors talk about efforts to help children with behavioral health issues.
Mac and cheese wedges and totchos — think nachos with tater tots — are the highlights at this Lynnwood hangout.
The 41st annual event runs from Sept. 21 to Oct. 5 at the Mountlake Terrace Library.
Susannah Grant was inspired by ProPublica reporting on a Lynnwood case to make “Unbelievable.”
At Back9 Parlor, golfers tee off in simulators — no grass, walking or fair weather required.
Deanna VanderVate pours drinks at The Paddle Pub, formerly the Roadhouse Bar & Grill.
Husband and wife Carolyn and Daniel Routh front the Nu-Blu band playing Sept. 14 at the Thumb.
The Cookie Mill on the city’s east side offers baked goods as well as sandwiches, soups and salads.
At the historic cabin in the sky, they interact with hikers and enjoy the majestic solitude.
The grassroots Jam Revival Music and Arts Festival on Sept. 6-7 will feature 11 bands and 11 DJs.
An artists reception for “Northwest Stories/Northwest Life,” is Sept. 11 at the Lynnwood Convention Center.
You can make them at home, but Washington’s signature fair food since 1915 tastes better on the midway.
The singer-songwriter, who caps the fair’s concert series Aug. 30, says he aims to bring diverse people together.
Rod Sylvester, a Marysville artist who paints in the plein air style, will be featured at the weekend event.
The Green Everett Partnership aims to restore 354 acres of natural space in the city limits.