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 By Dan Aznoff    Features    June 21, 2019

Summer has arrived in Mill Creek

The kids out of school and parents packing up the car for a road trip. That can only mean the City of Mill Creek is ready for the warmer days of summer with a long list of options for every member of...

 

Barkada: An octopus of another color | Arts & Appetite

An octopus can change the color of its skin to reflect different environments. The new chef in town, Brian Madayag, is definitely showing a new kaleidoscope right here in Edmonds. Chef Madayag worked...

 
 By Dan Aznoff    Features    July 22, 2017

Homeowners seek refuge from increased flights into Paine Field

Realtor Bill Callahan has spent the last 30 years helping people buy and sell view homes in the community of Mukilteo. This summer he has been kept busy with homeowners who have made the decision to trade their view of the Puget Sound for the...

 
 By Dan Aznoff    News    July 20, 2017

Homeowners seek refuge from increased flights into Paine Field

Realtor Bill Callahan has spent the last 30 years helping people buy and sell view homes in the community of Mukilteo. This summer he has been kept busy with homeowners who have made the decision to trade their view of the Puget Sound for the...

 

A Celtic twist

Edmonds’ own Gothard Sisters have released a Christmas album and have planned a holiday tour, which includes a stop in their hometown. “The Third Annual Christmas With the Gothard Sisters” is 7...

 
 By Brian Soergel    A&E    November 18, 2016

Holiday Market now open in Edmonds | A&E brief

The Edmonds Holiday Market, sponsored by the city of Edmonds, opened Saturday, Nov. 12, on Fifth Avenue North from the fountain to Bell Street. It will be held 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Saturday...

 

Edmonds in Bloom announces spring, summer events

Spring is here, and Edmonds in Bloom welcomes gardeners to join in its spring and summer activities. The garden event season kicks off with “Kids Plant for Mom’s Day” from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m....

 

Letter | The time has come for a farmers market in Mill Creek

I'd just like to say that I think a farmers market in Mill Creek is long overdue (“Mill Creek exploring a summer market,” Mill Creek Beacon, April 1). I'd definitely support one if it were created. We often go to Everett, Edmonds or...

 

Celebrating the spirit of our community | Mayor's Corner

Having been actively involved in this community since the late 1970s, I've developed a great appreciation for the depth and breadth of Edmonds' character. However, occasionally after all of these years, I am still struck by the impressive...

 

Museum to host annual Heritage Days gala

With just a few weeks left to go, tickets are selling fast for the annual Edmonds Historical Museum's Heritage Days gala. Last year’s event sold out, and tickets are now on sale. The gala featur...

 
 By Bette G. Bell    News    July 31, 2015

Think green, donate to Museum’s white elephant

The Edmonds Museum Summer Market needs your old stuff. Call it living green, recycling, repurposing or discovering used treasures; if it’s in good condition, clean and reusable, we can sell it....

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    June 6, 2015

'Repurpose': Local church defends Mark Driscoll visit

The Rev. Dan Kellogg said he understands the controversy continuing to swirl around Mark Driscoll after the former pastor of the scandal-ridden Mars Hill Church delivered a one-hour sermon May 17 at...

 

Around Town | Calendar for week of June 5

June 5 Rummage sale 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Clothes For Kids hosts its Summer Rummage Sale June 5 and 6. Shop for adult clothing, children's play clothes, housewares and more. Help make room for back-to-school clothes. Proceeds support Clothes For...

 
 A&E    May 7, 2013

Edmonds Historical Museum reopens with new exhibits for the summer

After a month of remodeling and new exhibit installation, the Edmonds Historical Museum reopened Saturday, May 4, with its main exhibition on display upstairs. “Growing Season: Farming in Snohomish...

 

UberBeatz puts the sweet back in sound

When the owners of a rehearsal studio stock their vending machine with earplugs and guitar strings alongside energy drinks and candy bars, you know you’re not in Kansas anymore. Add in soundproof...

 
 By Joan Bloom    Opinion    March 7, 2013

Let’s not play on their turf

Progress, sustainability experts say, is not growth or change, progress is improvement, and improvement comes in flavors: economic, social, and environmental. The Harbor Square Master Plan as currently being pushed, equates progress with just one...

 

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