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There’s a lot beyond that worn-out stretch of I-5. We compiled this list of essential routes.
Sara Gazarek, an internationally touring singer, has curated a lineup with up-and-comers in jazz.
Greg Ouellette still enjoys the business his family bought in 1971, but the future is not bright.
Many communities use the licensing fees to pave and maintain streets.
Solo drivers will pay $90 a month, but for carpools, it’s free.
An Edmonds woman, a film fan, spearheaded an effort that will include locals on a hero-themed panel.
People can critique design choices at tonight’s open house to replace the old gateway sign.
Scriber Lake High School’s book project produces a seventh volume, with teens telling personal stories.
Officials say a new law ensuring students are served even if they can’t pay is part of the reason.
Andrea Imler is devoted to protecting Washington’s trails — whether she’s in the office or on a hike.
The city, businesses and residents generated the equivalent of 65,000 cars driving for a year.
Strike up the steel band and get ready for a restaurant that evokes the sunny Caribbean islands.
Changes in state law could bring smoother resolutions to disputes over the best treatment options.
It’s an independently owned Art Deco beauty with one screen and a motto: “New movies at classic prices.”
The plan recommends increasing the supply of affordable housing and encouraging the development of multifamily units.
Steve Bell likes watching trains: “This is my living room, this is my outdoors.”
Edmonds’ Dave Ellingson will speak on “Kayaking the Fjords of Norway” at the Marysville Opera House.
The mayor won’t seek re-election this fall, when four of seven city council seats are on the ballot.
As If Theatre Company will premiere its debut show, “The Clean House,” Feb. 15 in Kenmore.
Saturday’s children’s concert will include “Tubby the Tuba” featuring a tuba solo and narrated story.