Anthony Schmidt, who is on the autism spectrum, has gallery exhibits, 2,500 model cars and a real 1957 Ford named Betty.
Jacob Akers, 29, a Costco shelf stocker, knits cardigans made famous by the 1998 cult classic guy flick.
A signal box by Alderwood mall is a throwback to an era of big hair, lampooned on local sketch show “Almost Live.”
PAWS in Lynnwood seeks TV donations to keep all 30 of its cats happy and entertained.
Sean Reich teaches students, staff and Ellen DeGeneres how to halve apples with bare hands.
Reporter Andrea Brown commuted on the “20-minute” sailing between Mukilteo and Clinton. Service is taking a toll.
Everett firefighter and paramedic Jack Murrin will return to the stage for a Halloween show at his home.
Everett Consignment in the former Bramble building has 60,000 square feet of new and vintage items.
Swords, armor and collectibles are included. The 19-acre property has a gun range and 9-foot dragon.
The only non-gray cart at a Woodinville Costco got a name change but kept its job — and its magical powers.
Evan Wiederspohn of Arlington won a competition and $250 for his bacon-cheese-burnt ends bites.
The illustrious career of David Boushey, 79, includes falls, fisticuffs and David Lynch flicks.
Even the Evergreen Way deli’s landlord is looking for him. David Barney has vanished.
Russell Struck decorated his S-10 with 8 yards of flaming red cloth, holographic eyeballs and skulls.
Workers came to the rescue of an Edmonds woman who tossed diamond bracelets from her hubby of 57 years.
Wally Harper didn’t know what to expect when he planted a tree in his Mukilteo yard 25 years ago.
Eat, drink, gaze, kiss: Plans call for the scenic spot by Ivar’s to be more than “just a bunch of asphalt.”
Publishers Clearing House surprised a Mukilteo couple with a sweepstakes prize, flowers and balloons.
Here’s the story behind the Beverly Lane display of Sasquatch, flowers and flags.
Theatrics include the world’s largest wedgie, a flying piano, human ceiling fan and a hair hang act.