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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.”
Mezzo soprano Krista Cassidy will sing favorites from “Frozen” and more, as part of a Northwest Performing Arts Foundation series.
Long delayed by the pandemic, the spotlight for local music is being broadcast in four episodes this week.
Check out the latest sculpture at Earth Sanctuary in Langley, then stroll the new Price Sculpture Park in Coupeville.
Bothell’s Jim Jamison, owner of Foggy Noggin Brewing, wrote “What Would I Be If I Couldn’t Be Me?,” and his daughter, Stephanie Schisler, illustrated it.
Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood of “Whose Line is it Anyway?” will perform a Zoom improv show sponsored by Angel of the Winds Arena.
Hip-hop and rap artist Ty Lewis has released a song a month in 2020. Now he’s producing and performing in a benefit concert.
Programs in Edmonds, Everett and Snohomish have helped restaurants cling to life during the pandemic.
Astronomer Bob Williams will discuss the Hubble Space Telescope in this year’s Trudy Sundberg Lecture.
In “If Only Love,” Andre Feriante plays a variety of guitars in songs inspired by love, loss and life transitions.
ChildStrive’s virtual game offers safe activities for kids and their parents during the pandemic.
In her keynote address at a Snohomish County health summit, author Ijeoma Oluo will discuss how racism harms physical and mental well-being.
The venue hosts live-streaming shows and LP listening parties by up-and-coming local musicians.
“We Rise,” by Everett sculptor Constance Jones, honors Zonta Club of Everett’s 90 years of service to women.
Zimbabwean-American musician ZNi International’s show will benefit Work2BeWell, a mental health initiative.