Arts and Entertainment

Kaki King’s guitar takes center stage in multimedia show

Kaki King’s guitar takes center stage in multimedia show

The renowned guitarist will perform “The Neck Is a Bridge to the Body” on Oct. 18 in Edmonds.

 

Rare modernist posters on display at EvCC gallery

Rare modernist posters on display at EvCC gallery

See Everett graphic designer Sean Wolcott’s collection of posters from 1950-80 through Oct. 26.

 

Wild Coyote Country and Americana Festival new to Everett

Wild Coyote Country and Americana Festival new to Everett

The Everett Music Initiative is hosting the inaugural roots music festival this weekend.

 

Do a double take: She looks and sounds just like Tina Turner

Do a double take: She looks and sounds just like Tina Turner

Luisa Marshall performs as Tina Turner on Friday at the Northwest Music Hall in the Everett Mall.

Do a double take: She looks and sounds just like Tina Turner
Pick a pumpkin made of hand-blown glass at Schack-toberfest

Pick a pumpkin made of hand-blown glass at Schack-toberfest

The eighth annual festival at the Schack Art Center in Everett runs through Sept. 23.

Pick a pumpkin made of hand-blown glass at Schack-toberfest
Edmonds Photomarathon to test shooters’ creativity

Edmonds Photomarathon to test shooters’ creativity

Photographers will interpret and photograph six themes in six hours Saturday, Sept. 8.

Edmonds Photomarathon to test shooters’ creativity
Summer Meltdown: Musical ecstasy in Darrington

Summer Meltdown: Musical ecstasy in Darrington

Day One of the four-day music festival dazzles our reporter, a first-time visitor.

Summer Meltdown: Musical ecstasy in Darrington
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)
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)

Taylor Swift did release new music this year — ‘Better Man’

By Emily Yahr The Washington Post Since her debut album in 2006, pop superstar Taylor Swift has released new music every two years around October… Continue reading

Donald Trump still doesn’t like SNL’s ‘nasty’ portrayal of him

By Rob Tornoe The Philadelphia Inquirer “Saturday Night Live” has been mocking politicians and presidential candidates since Chevy Chase first painted Gerald Ford as a… Continue reading

Tuesday’s highlights on TV

Tuesday’s highlights on TV include: “Battle of Chosin: American Experience” is a documentary that recalls the harrowing 1950 Korean War battle in which 120,000 Chinese… Continue reading

Friday’s highlights on TV

Friday’s highlights on TV include: In “Tracey Ullman’s Show,” the hilarious chameleon-like performer returns for more sketch comedy in which she lampoons people like Judi… Continue reading

Movie review: ‘Ouija’ prequel is spooky fun

Movie review: ‘Ouija’ prequel is spooky fun

By Katie Walsh, Tribune News Service For a horror sequel built around a foundation of genre trends, “Ouija: Origin of Evil” contains far more goofy-spooky-fun… Continue reading

Movie review: ‘Ouija’ prequel is spooky fun

Monday’s highlights on TV

Monday’s highlights on TV include The Season 3 premiere of “Jane the Virgin” picks up just minutes after last spring’s finale in which Michael was… Continue reading

Dweezil Zappa plays … whatever he wants

Dweezil Zappa plays … whatever he wants

By Allison Stewart Chicago Tribune Things have gotten so bad between guitarist Dweezil Zappa and his family that when their Laurel Canyon homestead was sold… Continue reading

Dweezil Zappa plays … whatever he wants

Wednesday’s highlights on TV

Wednesday’s highlights on TV include: “Lip Sync Battle” returns for a third season of musical mayhem. In the opener, Brit thesp Ben Kingsley takes on… Continue reading

Tuesday’s highlights on TV

Tuesday’s highlights on TV include: In the new comedy “American Housewife,” Katy Mixon (“Mike & Molly”) plays a strong-willed mother of three trying to raise… Continue reading

Roker, Hall address Billy Bush’s suspension on ‘Today’ show

By Tracy Brown Los Angeles Times On Sunday it was revealed that “Today” co-host Billy Bush had been suspended from the show for his part… Continue reading

‘Housewives’ sidekick indicted on conspiracy, fraud

By Emily Heil The Washington Post “The Real Housewives of Potomac” drama tends to be low stakes (squabbles over seating arrangements, really?), but here’s an… Continue reading

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