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More than 100 artists will sell and create their works at the 22nd annual event.
The event formerly known as A Taste of Edmonds is no longer just a food festival.
The Stillaguamish Tribe’s annual festival features live music, pow pows, logging shows and a circus.
Despite their widespread use, a recent Baylor University study questions their effectiveness.
This is the ninth year for Everett’s Street Tunes, meant to tempt passersby to pull up a bench.
Locals say this Marysville restaurant next to a Shell gas station has the best tacos in town.
The annual Tour de Terrace includes fireworks, live music, a 5K run and walk, car show and carnival.
Thousands have seen the artwork on the internment of Japanese-Americans at the Schack.
Peggy and Richard Simpson’s approach to gardening is laissez-faire, with no elaborate plan.
Portions at the restaurant are generous: Medium is large, large is extra large, extra large is huge.
A new exhibit features two Northwest painters from the first half of the 20th century.
Local and regional bands are scheduled to play July 13 to Aug. 10, including two kids concerts.
The free performances at City Park and Hazel Miller Plaza run from July 15 to Aug. 26.
Kelsey and Jesse Woodson have more than 500 plants on their quarter-acre lot.
The Alzheimer’s Association has new offices in Lynnwood that provide memory-loss aid and resources.
The shows take place from 4 to 6 p.m. most weekends through Aug. 18.
Summer on the Farm debuts with music by country artist Aaron Crawford, followed by “Jumanji” sequel.
The granddaughter of famed country singer Loretta Lynn promises: “It’s going to be super fun.”