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The Snohomish company will kick off its grand opening with live-stream shows on July 16, July 31 and Aug. 1.
Taryn Darr, who has been with the company for 20 years, misses performing in front of Everett audiences.
The city is closing off the street on weekends to provide a safe place for dining. Bothell is doing the same thing, but seven days a week.
After a Village Theatre show she was cast in is canceled, Tori Gresham fills her time with cross-stitch and embroidery.
Caleb Kallander plans a virtual concert after Inslee’s clarification scuttles his Snohomish gig.
In The Shadows Brewing in Arlington opens its taproom for fundraisers to benefit the Arlington Community Food Bank and other charities.
Vaux’s swifts, which migrate in spring and fall, are roosting at the Wagner chimney after gorging on insects, a local expert says.
The lead actor in the canceled show says his disappointment pales next to that of the 10 young actors who were cast in the production.
The Cascadia Art Museum in Edmonds creates a project where people can color woodblock prints. The results will be displayed in the museum’s windows.
“Come Into My Studio” is Dana Countryman’s latest album of upbeat music inspired by artists such as the Carpenters and Burt Bacharach.
A new exhibit of more than 80 murals shows how graffiti has shaped our ideas about art.
Eaters will find tables at least six feet apart, sneeze guards, and servers wearing face masks.
Books can be ordered by phone or online. The Sno-Isle library system plans to follow suit next week.
The venerable venue can’t wait for Phase 4 of the reopening plan, so it will host three bands in web-based performances June 27.
Judy Matheson’s store has been voted the best gift shop in Snohomish County five years in a row.
The Everett band When I Fell, formerly known as Descent, will perform a show Saturday on its Facebook page.
During the pandemic, there’s time enough for everything — except cleaning out closets.
Stuck at home, millennials have been finding refuge in Nintendo’s Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Julius Wilson is a self-taught illustrator, painter and sculptor who’s making a name for himself in his new hometown.
Hear eight bands play at Engel’s — with no audience, of course — on Facebook for the next two weeks.