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Two hundred miles above Earth, the astronaut described to students what the planet looks like from outer space.
The Discovery Community School’s (DCS) Middles students (grades three and four) hosted a very European poetry café on March 25, complete with Beatnik music, dark shades, checkered tablecloths and 12 types of clapping.
The 2009 season of the Kirkland Wednesday Market begins May 6 at a new location this year.
Teresa Saia will display her new works through April 20 at Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland.
The colorful puppetry of "The Reluctant Dragon" will come to life in a special performance to benefit KITH at 7 p.m. April 18 at the Kirkland Performance Center, 350 Kirkland Ave.
A satirical newspaper based loosely on current events, the story "City of Kirkland Outlaws layoffs" appears to poke fun at the city's recent economic development and business retention efforts.
Lake Washington High School and school district officials, builders and both current and future students gathered at a fallow field near 75th Street to officially break ground for the construction of a new high school March 18.
Known for his old Seattle Weekly column and nom de plume "Mossback," most in the small crowd at Parkplace Books last Tuesday remembered him as just "Skip."
Saturday Night Live actor-comedian Kevin Nealon will entertain comedy fans at Laughs Comedy Spot in Kirkland, March 20 and 21.
Maya Ganesan has broken the rules, and she’s not apologizing. She remembers her mother’s advice well: real poets sit in a quiet place and write.
Standing over jammed traffic at 7 a.m. in the biting cold, Todd Boyle’s got a captive audience. And from the sound of things, more than a few motorists support his view that the US needs to get out of Afghanistan.
Events American Girl Fashion Show: March 13-15. Features fashion show, meal or tea, doll hair salon and more. Cost: $55. Meydenbauer Center, 11100 N.E. Sixth St., Bellevue. 425-488-4580 or www.StarGuildFashionShow.org.
Kirkland St. Patrick's Day events include:
The hit song “MMMBop” might have given the boy band Hanson a legion of fans in the late ‘90s, but a decade later that same song would invoke the sound of nails on a chalkboard to teenage listeners.
Grazing is good, according to nutrition experts.
The Family Learning Center presents "Sideways Stories From Wayside School," a play adapted for the stage by John Olive, based on novels by Louis Sachar.
Local restaurant Cafe Juanita was named semi-finalist for “Outstanding Service” in the prestigious 2009 James Beard Awards recently.
Every weekday around 5 p.m., a chorus of voices springs forth in a conference room at Microsoft.