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The four-show season, which begins in February 2022, is intended to reflect perseverance and the road to recovery, Village’s artistic director says.
“Hopped Up: How Yakima Valley Changed Craft Beer Forever” won an award at this year’s Ellensburg Film Festival.
Metal artist Dennis Cant has been at every festival since its founding. The event moves to downtown Everett this year only.
The exhibits explore the roots of abstract painting in the Northwest and rare photographs from master pictorialists.
In the contest, photographers have six hours to take pictures inspired by six prompts that are open to interpretation.
Camp Killoqua reopens for its 80th year of summer fun and helping kids find their spark.
Sathvik Anand, a kindergartener, recorded 10 videos on Triceratops (his favorite) and 100 other dinos.
The Edmonds trio will release “Dragonfly” on June 4, adding songs for their free monthly mini concerts online.
Arlington native Chelsey Kucera records a new song about her lifelong struggle with anxiety and depression.
Beth Whitney’s “Into the Ground” will be released May 28. She’s also sharing a never-seen-before video.
Chelsea Kapica, of Stanwood, has been with Snohomish County Parks for about seven years.
LUNAFEST is a fundraiser for Girls on the Run of Snohomish County, a nonprofit whose aim is joyful, healthy and confident girls.
Internationally known for its award-winning wine, Quilceda Creek releases its 2018 Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon.
Silver Blue and Gold, named for the 1970s British supergroup’s power ballad, headlines a show in Everett.
“Northwest Enterprise: Working in the Northwest” and “Northwest Eden: Trees, Plants and Gardens of the Northwest” can be seen through June in Lynnwood.
You can see Silena Wei Chen’s “Chasing Reflections” exhibit in May at Gallery North in Edmonds.
Artist Gabriella Abbott will discuss “Grateful Steward,” her mural at South Lynnwood Park, in a virtual event April 22.
“Shellback” is a collection of narrative poems honoring John D. Osterman, a lifelong Everett resident and WWII veteran.
Everett rapper J-Key will kick off HOMEBODIES 2, hosted by Everett Music Initiative’s Facebook page.
The distinctive British horned livestock have been around since the Middle Ages.