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Artist shows her love of all things Everett through cool sketches

She stands in the corner, yet she stands out. In an era when everybody captures everything with a smartphone, she has a sketchpad. That’s how… Continue reading

Home in Mukilteo on the market … for chicken lovers

Must love chickens. That, and $450,000, will get you this move-in ready four-bedroom Mukilteo house and turn-key chicken coop. “I will only sell to a… Continue reading

Whimsy is what floats this man’s sailboat in Edmonds

The blue boat sticks out like a sore thumb on this dock of serious white sailboats. Not so much the color, as what’s… Continue reading

Coffee is a Bigfoot hairy deal at this roadside Index stand

No bodacious bikini baristas at this coffee stand. The attraction is a hairy dude with big feet. And that’s if you get lucky.… Continue reading

Artist shows love of all things Everett through sketches

She stands in the corner, yet she stands out. In an era when everybody captures everything with a smartphone, she has a sketchpad. That’s how… Continue reading

Interior design meets virtual reality at Lowe’s

This is not your kid’s video game. It’s for designing a kitchen, not shooting aliens. The HoloLens mixed reality gizmo is in the cabinetry section… Continue reading

Meet Jim Freeman, Whidbey’s Conductor of Fun

WHIDBEY ISLAND — A portrait of Roy Rogers lords over the bed. A plastic Disney cartoon party banner serves as the bathroom door. Twinkling holiday… Continue reading

Everett budget appliance shop awash in wringers and comedy

They are old veterans, standing at attention. Proud. Portly. Stoic. One holds an American flag. The brigade of wringer washers stand watch in the window… Continue reading

Giant cabbage earns Snohomish girl $1,000 savings bond

The average cabbage goes for about 99 cents a pound. Ten-year-old Kelli Lachapelle fetched $20.53 a pound for hers. All 48.7 pounds of it. That’s… Continue reading

Everett man patriotic, and not afraid to show it

Samiu Bloomfield lost his house to the bank. He lost his wife to illness. But he didn’t lose his patriotism to a country that isn’t… Continue reading

Miniature horses welcome at Marysville restaurant and lounge

At first glance, the sign by the entrance of The Village Restaurant &Lounge doesn’t grab attention. It’s not catchy like the green-and-blue “No Vaping” placard… Continue reading

Herald reader gives the straight scoop on limerick rules

Oh, man. Do I ever stand corrected. In a blurb about The Daily Herald’s inaugural limerick contest, I invited readers to write “about girls from… Continue reading