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Ula Nero is inspired by the Expressionism and Fauvism movements to create funky pet portraits, and much more.
The Edmonds Center for the Arts will present a streaming concert by Daniels on Jan. 15.
Gallery North marks its 60th year with “In With the New,” featuring artists Lynnea Mattson, Theresa Williams and Krystal Munday.
Taylor Clark will headline the five-comedian show. “People just need to laugh,” host Corey Michaelis says.
The “little orchestra” says “Good Riddance 2020” with a concert presented by the Edmonds Center for Arts.
The theater had to cancel this year’s production due to COVID, but you can watch the 2019 performances at home.
Edmonds Center for the Arts presents Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy’s “A Celtic Family Christmas” online.
Colossal Boss’ new song, “Jellybean,” is named for frontman Steve Antonsen’s older daughter.
An Arlington woman has created an online map of where to find the brightest lights and decorations.
Luisana Hernandez engages in what she describes as “conscious flow” to create visual, literary and musical art.
The “Home for the Holidays” guide promises “gifts for those you love, from the islands you love.”
The singer best known for “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” will perform her annual holiday concert online this year.
Everett Bible Baptist Church hosts Trees of Christmas, with music, narration and special treats for the family.
Terrace’s Marina Christopher and her band will conclude the Northwest Performing Arts Foundation’s series of shows on Facebook.
The winners of the Youth Poetry Slam Competition will perform live at the Edmonds Center for the Arts on Dec. 3.
The Lake Stevens shop’s Ben Libay likes to slather the cinnamon-y spread on a cheddar onion biscuit.
Rhonda Shelford Jansen’s Alaska Native-inspired paintings graced the walls during The Sisters Restaurant’s final days.
In the shadow of Mount Pilchuck, the Ballinger family treats animals with respect from their first days on the farm to their last.
The Marshall Law Band’s performances during Black Lives Matter protests inspired their new album.
“Tudor Truth and Jacobean Justice: True Crime Shakespeare” presents the Shakespeare play in the style of TV’s “Unsolved Mysteries.”