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Holly Pyle, whom you can hear Saturday in Snohomish, built confidence at countless open mics.
The Schack Art Center’s exhibit of holiday art for gift-giving features the Northwest Pastel Society.
Jenny Xia is the co-CEO of FreeWill, a will-planning company that helps people give to good causes.
With a designer’s help, Shelly Henderson of Lake Stevens redecorated for a fraction of the cost.
The Margaret Wilder Band returns to the Marysville Opera House on Nov. 15.
Music composed by Stephen Foster and George M. Cohan will be on the program Sunday.
Owner Annie Carl has moved the Neverending Bookshop, once in Bothell, to Olympic View Drive.
Loneliness can lead to serious health problems such as heart disease, stroke and Alzheimer’s disease.
Join the celebration of a rich Mexican tradition, the Day of the Dead, at EvCC on Saturday.
‘Fistful of Stars” gives the experience of being “inside” the Orion Nebula.
The Everett home, bought on a wing and a prayer in 1989, wins a coveted Monte Cristo award.
“Vassal Republic” at Edmonds Community College challenges viewers to check their assumptions.
Port Gardner Bay Music Society has a concert and Trinty Episcopal Church will show a silent movie.
Anne Meinke, author of “RawMama’s Healthy Halloween Snacks,” teaches an Oct. 30 class at Cafe Zippy.
Scientists at WSU’s The Bread Lab have a simple mission: Grow wheat that makes tastier bread.
See two productions — “The Real Inspector Hound” and “The Actor’s Nightmare” — at the Marysville theater.
The Blackman House, built in 1878 Snohomish, now a museum, plays a key role in Frances Wood’s novel.
Yesong Sophie Lee is a freshman at Jackson High School who performed with Joshua Bell.
The Indian restaurant has been open about 15 months, over which time it’s built a loyal following.
It’s the Everett Philharmonic Orchestra’s first concert of the season.