Second annual Wreath Walk Edmonds Nov. 18-Dec. 16

Last year, Art Walk Edmonds started a new tradition for downtown Edmonds: hanging original, artist-designed and decorated wreaths in select storefronts during the holiday season. Organizers are continuing this tradition this year, Nov. 18- Dec. 16, along with an online auction for those who wish to take home one of these special wreaths. Art Walk Edmonds…

Lynnwood Convention Center invites public to artist’s reception Nov. 10

The Lynnwood Convention Center invites you to enjoy an evening of art, food and fun Wednesday, Nov. 10 while meeting the artist behind the convention center’s current exhibit “Siege: An American Painter.” Browse the exhibit, enjoying complimentary house-made appetizers and a no-host bar. Doors will be open from 6-8 p.m. A Seattle native, Siege grew…

Recommended Reads: ‘Murder in the Past Tense’ a mystery within a mystery

Murder In The Past Tense, by Lynn Bohart There’s a gruesome discovery lying in wait. Decades go by. People move on with their own lives in Southern California. Then one day, one very routine, regular work day, that body is discovered. At first no one knows who it is, but there are clues. Detective Giorgio…

Starting Thursday, Lynnwood’s Crumbl Cookies ready to sweeten your day

C is for Cookie… as in Crumbl Cookies. A sensation in the national baked goods arena has launched a shop in Lynnwood. The rain stopped, a good omen for the Wednesday ribbon cutting at 18411 Alderwood Mall Pkwy Suite D. Lynnwood City Councilmember Shannon Sessions, Mayor Nicola Smith, Chamber President Linda Jones, chamber board members…

Sponsor spotlight: Scotty’s Food Truck ready to serve you Thursday-Saturday

Why cook when Scotty’s Food Truck parks their truck in your neighborhood? Visit this week in their usual spot near Five Corners in Edmonds. Try their festival favorite, Blackened Salmon Caesar Salad. Want something hot to warm you on these chilly fall nights? Try a steaming hot bowl of their wildly popular Clam Chowder. Scotty’s Food Truck will be…

Edmonds Center for Arts presents Korean folk-pop sensation ADG7 Nov. 5

Korean folk-pop group Ak Dan Gwang Chil (ADG7) will be performing at the Edmonds Center for the Arts this Friday, Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m. With one foot in the world of tradition and another in glitzy upbeat pop, Ak Dan Gwang Chil is a multi-award-winning group featuring three powerhouse female folk singers. The group’s rich repertoire…

Lynnwood book publisher encourages readers to give spooky stories a try

A local publisher who specializes in bizarre and scary stories is encouraging people to give the horror genre a chance this spooky season. Since 2013, Brett Reistroffer has shared his passion for dark fiction with readers through his small Lynnwood-based publishing company, Bad Dream Entertainment. This Halloween, he said he wants more folks to give…

Sponsor spotlight: Warm your bones at Scotty’s Food Truck

Why cook when Scotty’s Food Truck is open? Visit this week at their usual spot near Five Corners in Edmonds. Here’s an insider tip for our readers: Visit Scotty’s Food Truck on Friday or Saturday only, and enjoy their special Fresh Pan Fried Pacific Oysters. Or try their festival favorite, Blackened Salmon Caesar Salad. If you’re…

Snohomish County Arts Commission seeks art for Flowing Lake Park office

The Snohomish County Arts Commission is seeking an artist for two-dimensional interior artwork to be hung inside the Flowing Lake Park Ranger office lobby. This call-for-artists is open until Nov. 15, 2021. Flowing Lake County Park is located at 17900 48th S.E. in Snohomish. According to an arts commission announcement, it is unusual for parks to…

Edmonds Center for Arts presents Catapult in two shows Oct. 23

Millions fell in love with Catapult during their time on the hit show America’s Got Talent. This production features incredible dancers working behind a screen to create shadow silhouettes of shapes from the world around us. See Vivaldi’s Four Seasons spring to life, be amazed as you watch their bodies transform into a mountain, an…

Local author’s debut novel explores resilience, empowerment

Mountlake Terrace resident Amanda Johnson had her debut novel East of Manhattan published recently. The novel was partially informed by her personal experiences while husband Ben Hill worked as the house manager for a celebrity in New York. It touches on themes of feminism and shifting gender roles as related to work and family structure….

Playtime: October’s the month for hockey, Halloween — and pie-making

October is hockey and Halloween heavy at our house. The NHL’s newest expansion team, the Seattle Kraken, have started their inaugural season. The best way that I can quantify what a big deal it is in our orbit is that our oldest son’s hockey game was rescheduled once they noticed it would conflict with the…