A Lake Stevens interior designer has shared in a nationwide rush to freshen our homes.
Jennifer Bardsley’s “Good Catch” is set in an Edmonds-like town. Spoiler alert: There’s a happy ending.
He was a co-founder of the Seattle group that rose to worldwide fame in the 1970s. He left the band when his romance with Nancy Wilson went south.
Mike Remle is the lead ranger in charge of parks from Kayak Point to Darrington. Scouting set him on his career path.
Kenjiro Nomura’s art ranges from pre-war impressions to post-war abstractions — and images from inside WWII internment camps.
He brought the Issaquah-based theater’s award-winning productions to Everett in 1994.
Michael Bervell’s new book features 10 entrepreneurs who created billion-dollar startup companies. What do they have in common? None of them are white Western men.
Brandi Smith’s map lists nearly 500 — and counting — addresses for trick-or-treating and spooky decorations.
Palmer House specializes in cassette tapes. Oliver Elf Army, I Will Keep Your Ghost and FUNERALHOMES will play at the event.
Deena Jones’ nephew died in a random knife attack. His death could keep the Arlington pastor alive for decades.
You can see the dance company of “America’s Got Talent” fame at two shows in Edmonds on Oct. 23.
Black Lab Gallery moves a block up Hewitt Avenue, and the new Lucky Dime takes over its former location.
Natalie Johnson’s book, “An Angel Named Sadie,” tells how her 3-month-old’s death changed her life forever.
You can Rob Schouten’s aquatint etchings and oil paintings at his gallery and art garden in Langley.
Solo artists Robert Cazimero and Kuana Torres Kahele became a duo after the pandemic hit. You can hear them Oct. 9 in Edmonds.
A showcase by Everett photographer Bob Fink — a major donor — was delayed due to his art, not his past, Schack leaders say.
The Pacifica Chamber Orchestra is scheduled to play Oct. 3 at Archbishop Murphy High School.
Andre Feriante and Damon Buxton will perform back-to-back concerts on Oct. 2 via Facebook.
You can see more than 1,000 of the glass pumpkins, and even make your own. Plus, check out The Artists’ Garage Sale on Sept. 25.
Adam Tiller and Quinn “Lil’ Q” Fitzgerald now host the Monday-night stand-up sessions at Tony V’s in Everett.