Sharon Salyer

Everett Chorale to stage kid-friendly ‘Musical Tall Tales’

The 30-minute performances will be at the Everett Library and Imagine Children’s Museum on March 23.

 

A chance to see, another to learn, Irish and Scottish dance

Watch the Celtic dances at the Imagine Children’s Museum or try them at the Everett Boys & Girls Club.

 

Artists make the most of small space in Gallery North show

The Edmonds gallery’s “Small Works Show” features art no bigger than 154 square inches — about a foot.

 

We tried the ‘no-recipe recipe’ trend and didn’t hate it

If cooking without measuring makes you nervous, practice with classic beans and rice.

Snohomish’s Cocos Mariscos & Bar: Go for the food — and the fun

It’s a jumping place with a party atmosphere — and the seafood’s pretty good, too.

Chimes of freedom: Nazi resister’s courage inspires new novel

An Edmonds-Woodway graduate’s book tells about her husband’s grandfather who dared to defy the Nazis.

A list of garden clubs in Snohomish and Island counties

Alderwood Garden Club: Cedar Valley Grange Hall, 20526 52nd Ave. W., Lynnwood; 425-771-7670; mkboley@comcast.net. American Rhododendron Society: Pilchuck Chapter, Red Barn, Jennings Park, 6915 Armar… Continue reading

Home and garden events around Snohomish County

Spring Plant Sale: The Northwest Horticultural Society’s annual spring plant sale is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 2 at the University of Washington’s… Continue reading

Teen tells of his attempted suicides in hope of lifting stigma

Joey Walker’s essay on “Failure … Freedom” is about overcoming depression and suicidal thoughts.

Cowboy comedian brings his down-home humor to Everett

Chad Prather describes himself as a conservative who doesn’t villainize people with different views.

Fun family events in Snohomish County and beyond

Wake up, fall to sleep: Psychologist Diane Gillespie, author of “Stories for Going Back to Sleep,” helps craft scenarios designed to help people fall asleep… Continue reading

Learn about a little-known chapter of Northwest art history

A historian’s talk in Edmonds will cover Northwest painters of the early 20th century.

Schedule of special film screenings in Snohomish County

Sunday Films at the Library: Everett Public Library will host filmmaker David J. Jepsen for a free screening of his new documentary film “Labor Wars… Continue reading

The message from first-time home buyers: ‘Yes you can.’

Make sure you trust the real estate agent and lender you hire before setting out to find your house.

Experience the flavors of the Caribbean at Calypso in Edmonds

Strike up the steel band and get ready for a restaurant that evokes the sunny Caribbean islands.

Five bridesmaids hide from the bride in Red Curtain comedy

“Five Women Wearing the Same Dress” is showing March 1-17 at the Red Curtain Arts Center in Marysville.

After renovations the theater was renamed in honor of former Boeing executives and local philanthropists Saundra Cope and Walt Gillette, seen in front of the building, on Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017 in Everett, Wa.The former bank is the youngest building on the Everett Register of Historic Places. It is owned by the city and leased long-term to the Village Theatre. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Everett couple honored for their ‘deep passion for the arts’

Saundra Cope and Walt Gillette are chosen as 2019 winners of the Richard Wendt Award of Excellence.

After renovations the theater was renamed in honor of former Boeing executives and local philanthropists Saundra Cope and Walt Gillette, seen in front of the building, on Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017 in Everett, Wa.The former bank is the youngest building on the Everett Register of Historic Places. It is owned by the city and leased long-term to the Village Theatre. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

This annual garden event proclaims ‘Welcome to Spring’

The Northwest Flower Garden Festival returns Wednesday to help usher out winter’s wrath.

Candid, timely ‘Outside’ offers a message of hope for teens

In the play, to be staged in Edmonds on Feb. 20, a teen triumphs over homophobia and depression.

Schack exhibit features students’ award-winning artwork

Six high schoolers from throughout Snohomish County are regional Scholastic Art Award winners.