Sharon Salyer

How our film critic fell in love with movies — and his top 10

Robert Horton has been writing for The Herald since 1983. That’s a lot of popcorn.

Small artworks create big impression at Edmonds gallery

The show features 174 works by 69 artists, none larger than 2½ inches wide by 3½ inches tall.

Student photo contest winner captures a weary moment

“The Baker,” by Emily Sanger of Edmonds-Woodway High School, was shot at the Pike Place Market.

Robert Horton began reviewing movies for The Daily Herald in 1983. (Submitted photo)

Herald reviewer elected to National Society of Film Critics

With his lifetime appointment, Robert Horton joins a membership of the top film critics in the U.S.

Robert Horton began reviewing movies for The Daily Herald in 1983. (Submitted photo)

Gardening tools: Experts help through hotline, drop-in clinics

The WSU Extention program is meant to help gardeners with their plant and pest problems.

Here’s how to add your plant sale to the Herald’s yearly guide

We’re taking listings now for our annual list of sales in April, May and June. Don’t forget yours.

Village Theatre’s 2018-19 lineup includes Elvis Presley musical

The season will conclude with “Million Dollar Quartet,” which premiered at the theater 12 years ago.

Two-day clinic will provide free health care

Medical, dental or vision care will be offered for people in need.

The Mariners Insider tells all: Working with Niehaus, Piniella and Ichiro

Shannon Drayer discusses the toughest interviews she’s had to do and who has influenced her broadcasting career.

Swamp Lantern Festival celebrates our native spring flowers

Behold the beauty of the skunk cabbage during the Northwest Stream Center’s event.

Camano Island show to feature ‘who’s who’ of watercolorists

The works of five leading artists will be on display for three consecutive Saturdays.

The jury’s out on stem cell treatments for arthritic pain

The injections might be an alternative to joint-replacement surgery — but it’s too soon to tell.

DeMiero jazz fest remains a mecca for the region’s jazz choirs

This year’s event, set for March 1-3, will feature 68 choirs and several noted jazz artists.

Opioid users and victims to Sen. Patty Murray: ‘Help’

People tell stories of drug use or having addicted parents and children at a roundtable in Everett.

Mark Ellinger works with fire to create unique texture and color on a float. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Glass Quest: Find clue balls to trade in for hand-blown floats

The ninth annual Great Northwest Glass Quest is on Camano Island and in Stanwood through Feb. 25.

Mark Ellinger works with fire to create unique texture and color on a float. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
Harmonica virtuoso Lee Oskar will play the Historic Everett Theater on Feb. 18. (Michael Weintrob)

Blues show in Everett to benefit musicians’ relief fund

Sugaray Rayford and Lee Oskar will perform at the event Sunday at the Historic Everett Theatre.

Harmonica virtuoso Lee Oskar will play the Historic Everett Theater on Feb. 18. (Michael Weintrob)

Edmonds theater stresses social justice aspect of ‘Mockingbird’

The story of racism in the Depression-era Deep South remains all too relevant today.

Her ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ character is inspired by aunts

Alicia Jones plays the Finches’ housekeeper, Calpurnia, in the Edmonds Driftwood Players production.

Snohomish County leads the state with 27 flu deaths

Statewide, 151 have died. But the illness has hit other parts of the country harder this season.

Cascade Symphony’s children’s concert features student cellist

Everett eighth-grader Felix Kim will perform the solo in “Boccherini Cello Concerto in B-flat Major.”