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This weekend, two vintage unlimited hydroplanes will run on Lake Sammamish for the first time, as part of the Tastin’ n Racin’ festival. “In the ‘60s, the hydroplanes and their drivers were the sports heroes of the kids in Seattle. There weren’t any Mariners, Seahawks or Sonics, so we idolized (the hydroplane drivers),” said John O’Brien, one of five organizers of the festival.
I grew up on a farm.
His race for Dufur public office was not going well. The voters in Dufur (DOO-fur), a small town in Oregon, were leaning to his opponent in overwhelming numbers — or at least as overwhelming as a town of 500 can muster.
With the release of the big screen version of “Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian” only a few weeks away, fans might want to consider getting in a “warm-up” by going to see an original production at Overlake Christian Church in Redmond.
We’ve all been there. Your young son or daughter’s lack of social skills makes you cringe and maybe even worry a little bit. Will this child ever stop hitting and learn to “play well with others”?
“Color Expressions” will be the theme for this year’s Block Party Quilters Quilt Show on Nov. 11-13 in Issaquah.
Local author recounts WWII from Europe | Sammamish woman’s books recount living through second great war and having an adventurous life
Judith Davey, 89, has lived a long and adventurous life, which she has chronicled in two books that are just now being brought to the public's attention by her publisher.
Master Chorus Eastside will celebrate the Fourth of July again this year with its All-American Independence Celebration in Issaquah’s historic Pickering Barn on June 26.
The Issaquah Philharmonic Orchestra will perform a free concert of classical music at 7:30 p.m. June 6.
BY CELESTE GRACEY ISSAQUAH REPORTER Artwalk Issaquah is back for its 10th season this Friday.
Fourteen artists, whose focus ranged from sculpture to sewing, spent a day and night working at the UpFront Gallery Feb. 3 to see what would become of the caffeine-fueled experiment.
While the brilliance of “Sleuth,” Village Theatre’s newest production, was in the craftiness of the plot, there couldn’t have been a better delivery of the… Continue reading
Recording artist Matthew West will bring his "The Story of Your Life Tour” to Eastridge Church on Feb. 20 at 6 p.m.
A wine and chocolate tasting from 2-4 p.m. Feb. 13 will be held at Spiritwood at Pine Lake.
Village Theatre's murder mystery thriller "Sleuth" by Anthony Shaffer opens Jan. 19 on the Mainstage.
Two boys leaned against the reindeer fence at Cougar Mountain Zoo and imagined the creatures flying off Christmas Eve. They wondered about the magic and allowed it to be true for a brief moment while their stories unfolded. While Santa’s flying reindeer may very well be a myth, many people still don’t know that reindeer are real creatures.
Making the old look young – then old again | Issaquah’s Village Theatre costume designer Deane Middleton finds clothing the perfect fit
The Village Theatre’s Anne of Green Gables is a study in how to make an adult appear like an 11-year-old girl and then age her back over a three-hour musical.
The Issaquah History Museums will host its annual holiday open house Dec. 4 at the Issaquah Train Depot, 50 Rainier Boulevard North