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Sample of Kim Payne’s knitting dot her knitting room at her home in Everett on May 13, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Her knitting cubby has spooled into one crafty collection

It started when Everett’s Kim Payne began collecting knitting items, some of which date to the 1930s.

 

‘The Foreigner’ serves as comedic reunion for Phoenix Theatre

The Edmonds-based theater group is putting on “one of the funniest pieces of comedy ever written.”

 

Mukilteo orchestra to end season with medley of show-stoppers

What a musical ride: Hear songs of the screen and stage by Wagner, Bernstein and Gershwin.

 

Rock gardens: ‘Yes you can’ grow these plants right in your back yard

Learn from the experts with a May 19 tour and discussion at the Everett Arboretum.

Camano Island tour is a chance to visit 32 artist studios

The event, now in its 20th year, has grown to five days over two weekends beginning Friday.

Lya Badgely stands near a Chinese Chestnut tree on the corner of Fifth Street and Avenue B in Snohomish. Badgley and other volunteers will be leading tours of notable trees and homes in the historic district on Mother’s Day, May 13. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Tour historic trees — and homes — in Snohomish on Mother’s Day

Learn the hidden history of of the city’s historic district on two guided walking tours May 13.

Lya Badgely stands near a Chinese Chestnut tree on the corner of Fifth Street and Avenue B in Snohomish. Badgley and other volunteers will be leading tours of notable trees and homes in the historic district on Mother’s Day, May 13. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Running Start student to perform with Cascade Symphony

Pianist Stephen Binondo, 17, began playing at age 5 and won a Chopin competition last year.

Philharmonic musical themes: ‘Love, death, struggle, freedom’

Guest pianist Duane Funderburk will perform a “phenomenal” Piano Concerto in A Minor.

Gem show, with all that glistens, is this weekend in Everett

Now in its 65th year, the Gem, Jewelry and Mineral Show drew more than 3,000 last year.

Family and kid-friendly events around Snohomish County

Tim Noah Thumbnail Theater: The Thumb hosts Crackpot Comedy Cavalcade 7:30 p.m. May 5 at the theater, 1211 Fourth St., Snohomish. This show has a… Continue reading

Special fiilm showings around Snohomish County

Golden Era Sing-Along: A guided tour of musical memories. The audience is invited to sing along with legendary film, television and concert performers, presented as… Continue reading

See glassmakers at work on Pilchuck Glass School spring tours

The once-a-year-chance to tour Dale Chihuly’s school happens this week.

Learn how artists use math at Schack show

The show in Everett will include the works of 59 artists and feature a dance performance May 4.

Artist’s mural inspired by British ‘dazzle ships’ of WWI

Harold Hollingsworth’s wall painting will be on display until June 2 at the Schack. (Video)

Ooh la la! A salad served at the table of French actress Brigitte Bardot

With the temps in the 70s this week, now’s as good a time as any to break out this summer dish.

From appetizers to dessert: FIVE full of gastronomic surprises

The restaurant slash bistro in Edmonds earns its singular name with its star-studded menu.

Scholastic medal winner is 15 and making college-level art

Clare Kaiyala is one of 10 national Scholastic Art Writing Awards winners from Snohomish County.

New Everett Chorale director has plans for meaningful music

Jennifer Rodgers hopes to introduce singing to a broader audience — even to those who are homeless.

‘God of Carnage’ examines parenting and political correctedness

The Phoenix Theatre in Edmonds pushes the boundaries in its current production.

Everett Chorale names new artistic director, conductor

Jennifer Rodgers previously built a choir in Virginia to more than 60 members.