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Adam Tiller and Quinn “Lil’ Q” Fitzgerald now host the Monday-night stand-up sessions at Tony V’s in Everett.
The trio’s songs include one inspired by an Old West legend. You can hear them Sept. 19 in Snohomish.
Chef-owner Hannah Ha of the Lake Stevens store says the Tokyo Classic is the most popular menu item.
Some of it really happened to author Amanda Johnson of Mountlake Terrace. But her story is a happier one.
This 1950 house in Everett’s South Forest Park neighborhood is the work of Harold W. Hall.
Fourteen more acts have been added to the event, scheduled for Sept. 9-11 in downtown Everett. Nearly 50 bands will play music that spans many genres.
“Siege: An American Painter” at the Lynnwood Convention Center gallery documents the artistic development of Christopher “Siege” James.
The 28-member group will display more than 200 original paintings in the plein air style this weekend.
You can enjoy a wide spectrum of art, from sculpture to woodworking. There also will be live music, an avenue of food and a beer and wine garden.
It’s scaled back from pre-pandemic times, but the fair still offers music, food, fast cars and frolicking goats.
Arlington grower names her flowers in honor of her grandmother, who was an avid gardener on Whidbey Island.
Walk across the new Grand Avenue Park bridge to the artists-at-work festival along the Port of Everett’s boardwalk.
The event, an important fundraiser for the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce, will feature food trucks, a beer and wine garden, live music and a cornhole tournament.
Everett photographer Bob Fink’s Artist of the Year exhibit, featuring indigenous peoples, has been postponed.
The events Music at the Marina and Dicks Drive-In Summer Series have eight outdoor shows set through August between the two of them.
The Shifty Sailors and the Saratoga Orchestra will perform two pop-up concerts. They’ll do the TikTok sensation, “The Wellerman.”
With their silly, hooky tunes and willingness to make fools of themselves, the duo have been compared to the Flight of the Conchords.
After winning the 14th Stanwood-Camano Island Soap Box Derby, Avery Rochon and Camden Tatarian will race at the big event in Akron, Ohio.
The hard rock band of “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper” fame will treat hardcore fans to some deep cuts at its July 17 show.
The Seattle troupe, which does public readings of famous people’s private correspondence, will present a show that was postponed by the pandemic.