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Mukilteo resident Christine Awad Schmalz is posting instructional videos twice a week on Facebook.
Northwest Kidney Centers to open its first dialysis clinic in Everett, which means less driving time for patients such as Kristi Gaudreau.
During the shutdown, take home an order of restaurant owner David Hayward’s brisket, pulled pork, ribs and sides.
Graystone Castle offers 22,000 square feet of luxury — and it can be yours, for $1,400 a night.
You can hear the country-rock band in a live stream at 7 p.m. Saturday. Donations benefit FareStart.
Home-improvement business owners say the cancelation is a big hit for them, but understand why it’s necessary.
This grab-and-go eatery is the first in Snohomish County that serves the popular hot dog on a stick.
A bold paint job helps Sol de Mexico stand out at the corner of Hewitt Avenue and Broadway.
This family-owned eatery at the H Mart food court serves 15 types of pho, Vietnamese sandwiches, spring rolls and more.
The stylish new downtown restaurant is an inviting place to unwind for lunch or dinner.
If you have fond memories of the once-ubiquitous pizza chain, help yourself to one of Mo Pizza’s slices.
It gets its green from spinach and basil, its white from noodles and cheese, and its red from a hearty meat sauce.
Jeanine Cummins’ novel is being criticized for portraying Mexican stereotypes. She is half Puerto Rican.
“Foolish Wives” was notorious for director Erich von Stroheim’s foolish spending on its production.
History buff Richard Porter tells stories of grassroots people and places in Snohomish County.
This Everett business arranges pet cremations, at-home euthanasia and helps families through their grief.
Easy to grow and extremely long-lived, these tropical winter bloomers can be handed down for generations.
Sonus Boreal welcomes the 28-year-old vocalist who will be seen in a new film with Denzel Washington.
The Phoenix Theatre in Edmonds stages the madcap comedy that originated 28 years ago in Seattle.
They’ve made more than 100 puzzles since 1985, and you can see many of them at Arlington City Hall.