Wednesday, October 4, 2023
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.
Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood of “Whose Line is it Anyway?” will perform a Zoom improv show sponsored by Angel of the Winds Arena.
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.
ChildStrive’s virtual game offers safe activities for kids and their parents during the pandemic.
In “If Only Love,” Andre Feriante plays a variety of guitars in songs inspired by love, loss and life transitions.
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.
Take a smartphone quiz as you stroll the trail. If you answer every question correctly, you’ll win a prize.
Cascadia Art Museum in Edmonds is celebrating its fifth anniversary with several new exhibitions.
The rustic retreat had been on this Tulalip couple’s to-do list for five years. Now, the gnomes — and the family cat — stay dry.
Fill in the blanks on eight notable buildings in Historic Everett’s coloring contest.
William Cumming’s 1941 work, showing Depression-era jobs in the Skagit Valley, can be seen at a Seattle gallery.
Holly Aprecio and the band Just One Look, led by her father, are scheduled to perform a live-streamed show Aug. 28 in Everett.
The chapter of I Support the Girls collects and distributes bras, underwear and menstrual hygiene products.
Young readers can enjoy ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ in two languages at Hauge Homestead Park.
The series of baroque and classical chamber music concerts will celebrate Beethoven’s 250th birthday.
See works by Jed Dorsey, of the artistic Dorsey family, now in Edmonds and soon on Camano.