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With the closing of the Thomas Magnelson’s Gallery last month, the three remaining galleries in downtown Kirkland have banded together with their neighboring retailers and restaurants to start a new event called Second Thursdays on Park Lane.
Under umbrellas and in raincoats, shoppers browsed flowers, fresh produce and more as the Kirkland Wednesday Market kicked off the 2009 season at its new Marina Park location today.
The International Ballet Theatre (IBT), under the direction of Kirov Ballet master teacher and award winning choreographer, Vera Altunina, will present the classical, comedy ballet, Coppelia, at Meydenbauer Theater May 15-17, 2009.
Shuffling around CNN’s Northwest News Desk, director Christine Sharp thrived off the adrenaline rush from covering all the breaking news – the Clinton/Lewinsky scandal, Simpson and the Unabomber.
Family, neighbors and city leaders dispersed onto the streets of downtown Kirkland with rakes and brooms and gave the city a spring cleaning During the Downtown Kirkland Clean Sweep event, dozens of volunteers, including City Manager Dave Ramsay, spruced up the streets, pulled weeds and got the downtown area ready for a busy summer season.
Experience Music Project|Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame (EMP|SFM) announced today that Kirkland resident and Google's Engineering Director Peter M. Wilson has been appointed to the museum’s board of directors.
Last fall, Kirkland community members shared their thoughts with the Kirkland Cultural Council on how art, culture and heritage can enhance quality of life and Kirkland’s economy and tourism.
The Golden Dragon Acrobats, performing at Kirkland Performance Center May 8-10, represent the very best of a time-honored, millennia-old tradition.
For centuries, people have rallied around flags as a symbol of unity, expression and pride. Now Juanita can do the same.
Kamiakin Junior High student Oliver Hu will be one of several youthful musical talents set to showcase their musical compositions at a Seattle Symphony performance… Continue reading
Rotary Club of Kirkland Downtown and Bellevue Sunrise Rotary volunteers were off to an early start this morning as they began work on two unrelated service projects in Kirkland.
The Lake Washington High School Drama Department presents the timeless musical comedy "Guys and Dolls" for five performances: 2 p.m. May 6
The unseasonably warm weather and bright sunshine drew hundreds down to Ben and Jerry's Scoop Shop on South Lake Street for Free Cone Day. Patrons young and old lined up for a free scoop of "Imagine Whirled Peace" or their famous "Cherry Garcia" ice cream.
The Kirkland Wednesday Market is hoping to "See you at the market!" as they kick-off the 2009 season on May 6 at 2 p.m. at… Continue reading
Watching the news on television recently, Bill Rosenthal made the connection.
The “Glad You Asked” section by Timi Gustafson R.D. has been added in response to questions by our readers about Health and Lifestyle issues. Her regular monthly column will continue as always.
The Pacific Sound Chorus captured first place at the regional/state Sweet Adelines International chorus competition held Saturday, April 4, in Spokane.
Ditch digging was just one of them.
More than 50 youngsters and their families gathered at Lake Washington United Methodist Church in Kirkland Saturday for an Easter celebration.
The Small Jazz Orchestra will host an open jazz jam session from 7-10 p.m. Friday, April 10 at the Kirkland Teen Union Building (KTUB), located at 348 Kirkland Avenue in Kirkland. Admission is $5.