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Mike Carver loudly cruises Snohomish streets in a ’67 Ford — a rolling tribute to his class of 1972.
Whether it’s boat names or frolicking pancakes, artist Mack Benek has done it all in 50 years.
A Camano Island man and Redmond woman’s mother didn’t recollect being together that summer of 1963.
A chalkboard tally makes sure every smoocheroo counts on the streets of Langley.
Video: In the days of horses, poles became common at fire houses. Then along came risk managers.
Silver Lake Video has kept its doors open since 1985, but don’t expect to find any VHS tapes.
Not wanting to eat tacos alone, he turned to a social media group dedicated to restaurant reviews.
Like humans attracted to beer and pizza, thousands of black birds descend on Bothell every night.
Washington State Ferries are a floating food court of favorites from all over the state.
Some patients got sticker shock when they opened their May bills. Another was for $3.6 million.
… toothpaste is likely not the answer. But we know this repair guy who makes house calls …
… and around, and around. Just ask Gold Bar hula hoop creator Shannon Dey Zuanich.
They are taking NHL fandom to new heights with a carved replica of the Stanley Cup.
Rod Shafer has had Sally, a macaw, on his shoulder for years, even while bicycling around town.
These “abductees,” “experiencers” and “contactees” are otherwise unremarkable humans dining at Denny’s. (Video)
Even German shepherds wear tutus, thanks to a business that makes clothes and bling for pets.
Kay Henkel left Edmonds nearly 40 years ago. She is still creating art — in Palm Springs.
True believers have been flocking for decades to the last well flowing in the Alderwood district.
For two Lake Stevens sisters, the notorious world of beauty pageants is all about being yourself.
“In the Weeds” covers the marijuana industry’s retail trends and the art of smoking “flower.”