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In the frigid north, Jennie Warmouth saw polar bears — and trash. It changed lunchtime at Spruce Elementary.
Snohomish County gardeners can’t wait to get digging after a long, dark and wet winter.
Bobbi Mueller’s paintings have been selected for a Seattle gallery show in March.
CONTEST Talent search: The Historic Everett Theatre is hosting a talent contest for which video auditions must be submitted by March 1 to enter. The… Continue reading
Yuji Kurokawa, of Funabashi, Japan, won the People’s Choice Award in the Edmonds Clam Chowder Cook-off.
Two Snohomish County garden artists share how they create arbors, trellises and gates.
The musician of War fame and his band will perform March 6 for the theater, which may go up for sale.
If you find a clue ball, you’ll get to trade it in for a hand-blown glass float made by local artisans.
Collisions with windows kill as many as a billion birds a year. Here’s what you can do.
Traci McFarlane, owner of Bits, is passionate about mixing drinks the right way.
The Cliff Perry Band will perform at a preview of the upcoming Wintergrass festival, three days of bluegrass in Bellevue.
The new resource at Providence hospital is on the same campus as the emergency room.
The restaurant on Highway 99 serves a dizzying variety of appetizers, soups and house specials.
See “kindie” rock groups, Mexican dancers and Japanese drummers at the eighth annual event.
Spiritus Winds will perform the music of Ludwig van Beethoven and his less well-known counterpart, Anton Reicha.
The entertainer who defined glamour in the 1920s also was a WWII resistance fighter and later a civil rights advocate.
Yangsze Choo will be in Everett to talk about her second book, just as the series based on her debut is airing.
A Lake Stevens interior designer calls it a “grounded” tone, easily worked into existing color palettes.
With space for just 90 seats, it’s an intimate performance by a Cascade Symphony Orchestra quintet.
See the work of Marita Dingus and Hoa Hong — two nationally recognized artists — at the Schack Art Center.