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The cafe inside the market is filled with grab-and-go items that are perfect for a summer picnic.
Everett Community College presents the comedic play from 1665 June 1-9 at the college’s theater.
It started when Everett’s Kim Payne began collecting knitting items, some of which date to the 1930s.
The Edmonds-based theater group is putting on “one of the funniest pieces of comedy ever written.”
What a musical ride: Hear songs of the screen and stage by Wagner, Bernstein and Gershwin.
Learn from the experts with a May 19 tour and discussion at the Everett Arboretum.
The event, now in its 20th year, has grown to five days over two weekends beginning Friday.
Learn the hidden history of of the city’s historic district on two guided walking tours May 13.
Pianist Stephen Binondo, 17, began playing at age 5 and won a Chopin competition last year.
Guest pianist Duane Funderburk will perform a “phenomenal” Piano Concerto in A Minor.
Now in its 65th year, the Gem, Jewelry and Mineral Show drew more than 3,000 last year.
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
The once-a-year-chance to tour Dale Chihuly’s school happens this week.
The show in Everett will include the works of 59 artists and feature a dance performance May 4.
Harold Hollingsworth’s wall painting will be on display until June 2 at the Schack. (Video)
With the temps in the 70s this week, now’s as good a time as any to break out this summer dish.
The restaurant slash bistro in Edmonds earns its singular name with its star-studded menu.
Clare Kaiyala is one of 10 national Scholastic Art Writing Awards winners from Snohomish County.
Jennifer Rodgers hopes to introduce singing to a broader audience — even to those who are homeless.