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The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission will again offer 12 free days next year, in which day-use visitors won’t need a Discover Pass to… Continue reading
The movement has a website that offers a free directory of artists and art organizations that participate
Boehm’s Candies & Chocolates was named in Top 12 confectioners nationally
The annual zombie walk event is coming to homes through an online event Saturday
Guest column from Lisa Rosenblum.
Similar to other walk events in the region, Alzheimer’s Association encourages registered users to walk in a location of their choice
Eastside nonprofit Mighty Crayon is relaunched by younger sister of founder, repurposing used restaurant crayons
Enzo’s Bistro and Bar, located at the former Pogacha of Issaquah, brought back some of the staff from the old restaurant
A scenic course for dog walkers is on display at Lake Sammamish through Sept. 2o
Students with the Kaleidoscope School of Music are putting together a performance for Aug. 31 on YouTube
The donation from a local retirement community totaled $5,175
Ford’s venerable compact Ranger pickup went away for a while. But it has returned as a mid-size truck, ready for adventure and packed with driver-assist… Continue reading
There’s a reason Honda’s CR-V has been America’s top-selling crossover vehicle over the past 23 years. The 2020 CR-V AWD Touring Hybrid is the most… Continue reading
Clyde Hill resident Sophie Sharp, an 11th grade student at The Overlake School, Redmond, and alum of St. Thomas School, Medina, is once again organizing… Continue reading
COVID-19 outbreak claims another event
The Big Pitch competition, put on by TLG Motion Pictures (“Hoarders”), started about six months ago.
The stream-a-thon supports NAMI Eastside and nonprofit Hold Your Crown
While the theatre’s mainstage productions are postponed, virtual programs are ramping up.
The initiative provides hearty lunches to first responders staffing the COVID-19 testing sites as they work to test their colleagues.
The app was created to screen for respiratory diseases but the teen creators shifted their focus once the COVID-19 outbreak began.