Four years ago in Lynnwood: Legos on display

Iconic American landmarks crafted entirely out of Legos were on display at various locations around Alderwood Mall on Oct. 13, 2016. These were part of a traveling “Lego Americana Roadshow” sponsored by the Lego toy company. (Photos by David Carlos)

Just passing by Edmonds: Dallas Cowboys owner’s superyacht

Some readers did a double take in Edmonds Tuesday morning when they saw this superyacht passing by — and with good reason. It’s the Bravo Eugenia, owned by Jerry Jones, who also owns the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys. According to this article in Superyacht Times, the 357-foot vessel –which had been moored for a time in…

Virtual birdwatching: Meal time at Picnic Point

Warm summer days and low tides bring a variety of birds to the beaches along Puget Sound. Most are searching for easy meals of fish, crabs and other critters that get stuck in the tidal pools. These photos were taken at Picnic Point in July 2020. (Photos by Dave Govan)

Scene in Lynnwood: City gets back to meeting at the park

Lynnwood’s Parks and Recreation Department continued its Meet Me at the Park summer event this week with mask distribution at Scriber Lake Park. When Meet Me at the Park started July 7, attendance was low due to concerns about the pandemic, said city intern Kyla Garcia. “I think people are a little nervous to come…

Six years ago: Bent Bike celebrates 40 years

Six years ago Monday, the Bent Bike motorcycle store at 18327 Highway 99 in Lynnwood celebrated its 40th anniversary. Founder Dick Meinhardt and staff celebrated with customers and friends offering free hot dogs and soda, a drawing for prizes, a motorcycle show, and music. Many customers over the years had gone to this store to buy gleaming…

Scene in Lynnwood: Demonstrators gather in Lynnwood to support Black lives

Demonstrators gathered Thursday afternoon near the 196th Street Southwest and Alderwood Mall Parkway intersection waving signs and soliciting honks from drivers to support Black Lives Matter and show solidarity with communities of color. Lynnwood business owner Viola Deboo said she organized the demonstration for people who wanted to support the effort while being able to…