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Washington State transportation planners propose to solve traffic problems at the west end of the Hood Canal Bridge with a $4.6 million roundabout and another $4.2million in improvements to the intersection of state Routes 104 and 19. more
Fort Worden is temporarily reducing its staff and services in response to the coronavirus, but officials want prospective guests and visitors to know that it’s not discontinuing its operations … more
This year’s Old School Fourth of July won’t culminate with the booms of fireworks, but the zips of bright lasers — and Thunderbull Productions’ promoter Danny Milholland and Slick Rick’s laser event producer Rick Hale couldn’t be more excited for the showcase. more
Enlisting friends and volunteers, Kimberly Fairbanks is refurbishing 12 wooden cutouts of Native American-style animals that once hung proudly at Grant Street School, which has been torn down. more
With the O’Meara Performing Arts Academy bowing out in June, Jennifer Hardesty was concerned budding ballet dancers would no longer have access to the instruction they need to flourish as performers. more
When local author Nicole Persun began writing her first novel at the age of 15, she didn’t tell anyone. “You feel self conscious about everything at that age,” said Persun, who is now 25. more
While beer, barbecue and good company are essentials for a 4th of July party, perhaps most important is the music. Two audiophiles with deep knowledge have compiled their opinion of the top 15 songs no 4th of July party can be without. more
With five stages to choose from, and plenty of non-musical shenanigans to enjoy, it was a sure bet the thousands of festival goers at the inaugural THING fest wouldn’t be bored. “It is kind of nice to have more than one stage and not have to stay in the same area the whole weekend,” said festivalgoer Sara Kenville, of Everett. more
There are times when, if life is not imitating art and art is not imitating life, that one is forced to question the very notions of art, life and imitation. It is with such thoughts in mind that … more
When Jeff Lark sits down to create his unique miniature sculptures, he has no idea what will happen. more
After three years of bucking societal shifts in customers’ relationships to art, Peter Messerschmidt and his wife Sarah Nash have decided to close down the Red Dragonfly. more
What’s striking about Drew Elicker’s art, aside from its vibrant colors, is how it’s spanned so many distinct eras of his life. Elicker’s standing sculptures and wall … more
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