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Letters Aloud’s Edmonds show speaks volumes about perseverance
The Seattle troupe, which does public readings of famous people’s private correspondence, will present a show that was postponed by the pandemic.
This garden featured on Edmonds in Bloom tour must be explored
Bill and Pat Taylor’s landscape has Japanese maples, conifers, rock work, a waterfall with a stream system and a pond.
Hear Vaudeville Etiquette at Edmonds curbside concert series
The Seattle folk-rockers, named for an obscure 1920s act, will play two shows July 10 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts.
Best friends to perform stand-up at Historic Everett Theatre
Co-headliners Cory Michaelis and Andrew Rivers have been pals since their first gig together 12 years ago at a BBQ joint in south Everett.
Lineup set for Everett Fisherman’s Village Music Festival
Indie rockers Built to Spill will perform at this year’s in-person event, scheduled for Sept. 9-11.
Everett Chorale welcomes new artistic director and conductor
Camano Island resident Heather MacLaughlin Garbes brings a varied musical background to the group.
Camano Studio Tour returns, thanks to dedicated volunteers
The 22nd tour celebrates five artists who have volunteered for the Camano Arts Association for many years.
There’s a slice of summer in Village’s strawberry rhubarb pie
Village Taphouse & Grill in Marysville is famous for its pies. Now you can bake a summer favorite at home.
This Bothell boy read 380 books to beat last year’s national record
Willem Wolters, 9, earned more than 2,000 Accelerated Reader points, but mostly he just loves to read.
Tiny dolls are a huge obsession for Lake Stevens woman
Her extensive collection of Polly Pocket playsets — “tiny pieces of art,” she calls them — adorns her living room.
Village Theatre back in 2022 with lineup that includes ‘Raisin’
The four-show season, which begins in February 2022, is intended to reflect perseverance and the road to recovery, Village’s artistic director says.
Everett filmmaker’s documentary does deep dive into hops
“Hopped Up: How Yakima Valley Changed Craft Beer Forever” won an award at this year’s Ellensburg Film Festival.
Everett’s Sorticulture returns, and ‘granddad’ will be there
Metal artist Dennis Cant has been at every festival since its founding. The event moves to downtown Everett this year only.
Cascadia’s new exhibitions offer a study in artistic contrasts
The exhibits explore the roots of abstract painting in the Northwest and rare photographs from master pictorialists.
Edmonds 12th annual photomarathon to challenge shutterbugs
In the contest, photographers have six hours to take pictures inspired by six prompts that are open to interpretation.
A Snohomish County institution bounces back from pandemic
Camp Killoqua reopens for its 80th year of summer fun and helping kids find their spark.
Lake Stevens boy, 6, shares his dinosaur knowledge on YouTube
Sathvik Anand, a kindergartener, recorded 10 videos on Triceratops (his favorite) and 100 other dinos.
Road trips in the West inspire Gothard Sisters’ latest album
The Edmonds trio will release “Dragonfly” on June 4, adding songs for their free monthly mini concerts online.
She found her voice while recovering from mental illness
Arlington native Chelsey Kucera records a new song about her lifelong struggle with anxiety and depression.
Snohomish grad’s upcoming album explores what makes us healthy
Beth Whitney’s “Into the Ground” will be released May 28. She’s also sharing a never-seen-before video.