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Hear from Maria Bot and her human creator at a TEDxEverett talk Feb. 22.
Yangsze Choo will be in Everett to talk about her second book, just as the series based on her debut is airing.
Aaron Canwell of the band Micah and Me will teach two free ukulele classes Jan. 25 at the Everett Public Library.
Rick Steves, a longtime travel expert, explains the perks of European travel in the offseason.
Whidbey resident Sara Ohlin’s essay about an exploding turkey is published in a holiday anthology.
Matika Wilbur’s years-long mission to photograph more than 562 sovereign Native American nations is nearly complete.
Erynne Byrd’s “A Compilation of Female Truth” and her new business, She’s Her Own, are about self-empowerment.
Sherman was rescued by writer Chris McDougall of “Born to Run” fame and his family.
A historian tells the dramatic story of the Columbia Day Storm, which walloped the Northwest on Oct. 12, 1962.
Compass Health program directors talk about efforts to help children with behavioral health issues.
Susannah Grant was inspired by ProPublica reporting on a Lynnwood case to make “Unbelievable.”
The Edmonds officer’s book details the struggles of a single dad on a secret task force.
The singer-songwriter formerly known as Hannah Michelle Weeks has traded country twang for indie-pop emoting.
Rae Armantrout, 72, will be speak June 2 at the Everett Public Library.
It was 21 years ago, but Jim Hilmar can still remember the first song he played on KSER-FM.
Jocelyn Argueta, aka Jargie the Science Girl, is making a stop at the Edmonds Center for the Arts.
Howard Garrett, co-founder of the Orca Network, is slated to give a free talk Feb. 23 in Everett.
LaVendrick Smith’s first job was at the Beacon. Now he reports for the Dallas Morning News.
Joey Shapiro Key and Corey Gray to speak on “Indigenous Perspectives of Earth and Space” in Edmonds.
The works of Andrew “Skip” Schwartz are part of the “In With the New” exhibit at Gallery North in Edmonds.