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If it were not for the gray, Pacific Northwest drizzle outside, one might think the people walking in to the Vedic Cultural Center wearing saris and salwar kameez were in India. But this is Sammamish, not New Delhi; As the Indian American families escape the cold and wet outside and pour into the brightly lit Hare Krishna vedic center, they prepare to symbolically celebrate victory of light over darkness--the basic message of Diwali, festival of lights.
The Patriot Players at Liberty High School will present the classic drama based on events from the Salem With Trials of 1692 this November.
The award-winning Patriot Players of Liberty High will present Arthur Miller’s classic American drama, The Crucible, this month.
An Issaquah art group plans to host an open house for its new downtown location Nov. 6.The artEAST Art Center and UpFront Gallery will be… Continue reading
Improving the energy efficiency of residences has been identified as an effective way to solve not only some of the nation's energy crises but also to save homeowners and renters money on monthly bills.
On Tuesday, the Rovin' Fiddlers welcomed another musician to the fold. Guitar player Jackie Schmidt had heard about the group and its Tuesday evening jam sessions from her fiddling friend Tami Curtis.
The Downtown Issaquah Association will host a free Halloween event for families Saturday, Oct. 30, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Hailstone Feed Store, across from the Village Theatre, at 232 Front Street.
Local wine and espresso bar VinoBella is supporting National Breast Cancer Awareness month this October.
Hundreds of volunteers gathered at Squak Valley Park North on Saturday, Oct. 16 to continue habitat restoration efforts that began last summer.
Plateau resident Jeff Richards isn't a teacher. And nor is he trying to be. What he is trying to be is a friendly resource and a helping hand to one local student - someone who will listen to their problems or concerns, and offer whatever words of wisdom might help make the difficult lessons of school a little easier.
Right now store shelves are already lined with plentiful bags of tempting Halloween goodies. According to the National Confectioners Association, 90 percent of parents admit to occasionally dipping into their children’s Halloween haul. Even the most well-intentioned adult can be swayed into buying sale-priced, bulk-sized bags of treats.
For about the last decade, a family of Osprey has made its home atop a light pole at Tibbetts Valley Park sports fields at the intersection of Newport Way NW and State Route 900.
The Mountains to Sound Greenway will host a series of native tree and shrub plantings events throughout the Greenway corridor in October. The kick-off to this annual event will be here in Issaquah, with fun, food, and tree planting at Squak Valley Park on Saturday, Oct. 16.
As much planning as organizers can do for the Issaquah Salmon Festival, there are two important factors out of their control - the weather and the salmon!
Tacoma Glassblowing Studio is bringing more than 1,000 glass pumpkins to Pickering Barn this weekend.
Not long after the attacks of September 11, Iman, an American-born girl of Moroccan descent, expressed concern about the negative stereotypes of Arabs by the American media and of Americans by the Arab media.
If you missed Rotary’s Trivia Night last June, you missed a spectacular evening of fun and laughter.
Motorists on Interstate 90 passing Lake Sammamish craned their necks to see the lone figure, motionless, seemingly floating, a thousand feet above the water.
Intiman Theatre and the Sammamish Arts Commission invite residents to a free Front Porch Theater reading of excerpts from Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Scarlet Letter" on Thursday, Oct. 7 at the Sammamish Public Library beginning at 7 p.m.
This year, the Issaquah Schools Foundation is the primary beneficiary of the event, which will be held on the Sunday of the Salmon Days Festival, Oct. 3.