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The new business on Main Street is half seafood store, half quick-service restaurant.
Garden tours on June 23 will showcase outdoor spaces that were transformed into tranquil oases.
This year’s Edmonds Arts Festival poster features “At the Beach” by Renton artist Ned Mueller.
The Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra will be performing with the locally known jazz singer June 18 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts.
It covers the agency’s history, from pre-war heavy industry to today’s recreation-focused development.
Meanwhile Sno-King Community Chorale wraps up its season with two performances under a new director.
The Italian restaurant in Edmonds is known for offering a variety of dishes at reasonable prices.
Artist Ellen Forney will speak at the Everett Public Library about her new memoir “Rock Steady.”
Ellen Forney is expected to talk about how cartooning fits in well with depicting manic depression.
Quitting social media is hard because it’s become so much a part of daily life — like getting coffee.
The 21st annual event features three days of garden art, music and fun in Legion Memorial Park.
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.