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Enjoy food from celebrity chefs and taste select Northwest wines during a fundraising auction for Special Olympics Washington from 6:30 - 10 p.m., Oct. 8, at Pickering Barn in Issaquah.
Friends of Youth, an Eastside nonprofit that provides services for youth and their families, is holding a series of classes for parents of children of all ages.
The Issaquah Salmon Hatchery native plant garden, nestled behind the spawning shed, owes its weed-free landscape to the diligence of a trio of local ladies - Pat McArthur, Dolores Njos and Elizabeth Taylor.
The Issaquah Salmon Hatchery’s Theater is a colorful place these days, thanks to a youth artwork exhibit on display through September.
This Americanized musical stage version was built from the ground up right here in Issaquah, at Village Theatre’s Technical Studio space.
Some time ago, I saw a patient who had become unemployed at an age where finding another job wasn’t going to be easy. He had been struggling with weight issues on and off for years past, but now he was facing some serious health problems. The stress from his job search and the increasing anxiety about his financial situation made it difficult for him to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
The City of Issaquah’s Parks and Recreation department has published its quarterly brochure listing recreation programs for Fall 2010.
It doesn't look like much right now, but in a few weeks, the vacant Lewis Hardware store building at 95 Front Street will transform into the new home for artEAST.
As beautiful as parenthood is, most moms and dads of young children will tell you it does have it’s tougher moments.
POPs! Goes Issaquah, an annual free concert sponsored by Rowley Properties, will feature the Sammamish Symphony Orchestra and conductor R. Joseph Scott on Friday, Aug. 27.
This week, 200 employees of the Bellevue-based Symetra Financial got out of their offices and into their communities to help paint, clean and landscape for 11 non-profit organizations, including Issaquah’s Village Theatre.
Who would have guessed that nutrition labels could serve as a political football? We are talking about the fine print on the backside of the bags, boxes and cans our food comes in.
The oil paintings and reproductions of Seattle artists Scott Ward will go on display at a local restaurant, Pogacha of Issaquah, at the end of this month.
While a lazy dip in a cool lake or stream is a good way to beat the heat, unfortunately that isn't always an option.
It seems as though the preparation of our local delicacies should be innate behavior, yet one of the most common statements I’ve heard as a fishmonger in the Northwest for over 20 years is “I don't know how to cook fish!”
Though it might not exactly be summer weather, summer holidays are here, and the cities of Issaquah and Sammamish have planned a full program to keep everyone busy and entertained, from the young to the young at heart.
The past couple of years have brought bouquets of recognition to Village Theatre, now celebrating its 30th anniversary in Issaquah.
With more activity on the water, great events and specials on the board walk, main stage and the family fun, the 2010 festival will be a big one.
Although Mother’s Day is celebrated at different times, and for different reasons around the world, in America, Mother’s Day has its origins in the accomplishments of two very remarkable women.
For most young students, their senior Prom is an occasion to celebrate. It is supposed to be an evening they will remember for the rest of their lives, and for all the right reasons: friendship, looking back on 12 years of schooling, and looking ahead to the great adventures that await.