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Bothell designer makes sustainable necklaces and earrings to help artisans in her native Colombia.
An Everett firefighter started dressing as the KISS icon seven years ago, and the rest is KISStory. (Video)
“I hate to see stuff that’s cool get thrown away,” says Colin Nolan.
The flying saucer at community park in Everett is a cosmic attraction.
FossilEra warehouse in Monroe teams up with Davenport Cellars for wineology and paleontology. (Video)
Waxology salon in downtown Everett will remove hair in places you might not know it grows.
Artful adornment in Everett is the creation of a retired Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer.
This husband-and-wife team has been serving up brisket and more for a decade in Monroe.
Herald reader Jim Zelmer called me about a house on Colby Avenue in Everett with a yard of flowers that makes him slow down and… Continue reading
Whatever. The term for indifference or exasperation, often muttered with “Yeah, well” before it, has gone local. Whateverett. What’s up with that? Jillian Ingram, 38,… Continue reading
Your help is urgently needed. A mermaid has gone missing. Maybe you have information that can help locate her. What’s up with that? It’s a… Continue reading
It takes a village to make a school mural. Of course, it helps if there is a talented artist in the mix. What’s up with… Continue reading
For one hour, it was nothingness. No pings, rings or screens. No sights, sounds or smells. Nothing. I was one with a… Continue reading
An abstract nude hangs in the lobby. Psychedelic paintings of animals and flowers enhance the reception area. Across the room, a flat screen… Continue reading
Clacking keys, dinging bells and the zip of carriage returns. That’s what you’ll hear in the streets of downtown Everett for the next three weeks.… Continue reading
Check out Splash! It’s our annual guide to summer fun It’s the Riviera of Puget Sound. Sandy beaches. Sparkling water. Total R&R. No cars or… Continue reading
The city’s colorful new art installation is a real traffic stopper. And it didn’t cost taxpayers a cent. What’s up with that? It’s… Continue reading
Lloyd Boyd inherited a wealth of music. And responsibility. Boyd is in charge of selling about 40 vintage pianos, including many Steinways, from… Continue reading
You’ve probably seen Segways zipping around airports and the Seattle waterfront. The stand-up scooters on two wheels look like something from a sci-fi movie. Or… Continue reading
Patrick Cooper goes to the waterfront daily to see his friends. There’s Honey and Skidplate and dozens of other winged moochers. The birds… Continue reading