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Take the 1½-pound burger challenge — if you have the guts
For Everett Restaurant Month, the city’s eateries are offering specials like Scuttlebutt Brewing Co.’s Triple Threat Burger.
Snohomish woman’s new book fulfills a promise to her mother
“The Friendship Adventure” teaches children about working together and problem-solving.
DeMiero Jazz Festival packed with headlining performers
Edmonds’ 45th annual event will feature 17 virtual performances, plus jazz workshops for local students.
Camano Island studio celebrates a patriarch of the arts
“No. 81” features 81 of Jack Dorsey’s paintings on his 81st birthday. You can see 28 of them at Sunnyshore Studio.
World-class wine, from grapes grown right here
Bayernmoor Cellars makes award-winning pinot noir from grapes grown at its vineyard northeast of Stanwood.
1980s new wave streams when Bothell cover band performs
Hear Bothell’s own Nite Wave rock out at the “Best ’80s Party Ever!” on Feb. 27 via Facebook.
Urban art gets the spotlight at a new Snohomish gallery
The Rosella Gallery features artwork featured in the “Prophets, Teachers and Kings” documentary through March 30.
Kids make connections with critters through pen pals program
Pasado’s Safe Haven near Sultan invites children to write to a turkey, a goat, a cow and a rooster.
Monroe artist’s oil paintings illustrate dark children’s fable
Hilma Josal used her daughters as models for “Hjilmer and The Fire Witch.” You can see her paintings, and hear the story, Feb. 27 in Snohomish.
Their weight-loss secret? Hiking nearly 1,000 miles
Over the past two years, friends Colleen Fadden of Startup and Kendra Swanson of Monroe have lost nearly 250 pounds.
Will local band follow in Kendrick Lamar’s Pulitzer footsteps?
The Marshall Law Band are under consideration for the Pulitzer Prize for their album “12th & Pine.”
Laugh it up with 8 comedians at virtual comedy festival
The Angel of the Winds Arena will host the Saving Our Jobs Virtual Comedy Festival on Feb. 14.
Pickup paella: Couple sell the Spanish dish out of their garage
Paella House in Snohomish launched when the pandemic first hit. They’re managing to survive through to-go orders.
This colorful art will chase away those wintertime blues
The Rob Schouten Gallery’s February show features about 20 Northwest artists who play with color and light.
COVID precautions are helping to keep the flu in check
Evidence suggests that infections are down, likely due to COVID-19 social distancing and mask wearing.
Polish emigrant in Mukilteo shares her colorful artistic vision
Ula Nero is inspired by the Expressionism and Fauvism movements to create funky pet portraits, and much more.
Actor Jeff Daniels also knows his way around the blues guitar
The Edmonds Center for the Arts will present a streaming concert by Daniels on Jan. 15.
Edmonds art gallery welcomes the new year and 3 new members
Gallery North marks its 60th year with “In With the New,” featuring artists Lynnea Mattson, Theresa Williams and Krystal Munday.
Everett Comedy Night returns with livestream show Jan. 10
Taylor Clark will headline the five-comedian show. “People just need to laugh,” host Corey Michaelis says.
Ring in 2021 with a streaming show by Portland’s Pink Martini
The “little orchestra” says “Good Riddance 2020” with a concert presented by the Edmonds Center for Arts.