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Watercolorist Nicki M. Smith is featuring her watercolors in “Swept Away,” a show at Parklane Gallery for the month of February. Smith’s evocative portraits, combined with images of surf inspire us to access our own internal and external waves of change and motion.
Jan Paul’s husband had to make a hole in the ceiling to fit one of her looms in their home.
Twice a day, Candida Crane walks her energetic terrier, Sadie and young Labrador Oliver through her Norkirk neighborhood on a leash.
Having experienced large weddings before, Jeanne MacRae and Redmond Optometrist Jeff Forrey decided to make their union an intimate family affair. But the couple, who first met through his optometry business, found the perfect prescription to “Tie the Knot” through a special Valentine’s Day wedding ceremony at Heritage Hall.
Kirkland might be the city’s name, but for a few hours Sunday afternoon it could have been called “Morgan Town”.
Between ACDC and Kiss concerts, Jan Martinka was living the fast life trying to raise two kids.
Artist and psychologist Dr. Sheila Adams will open her sculpture exhibit, “Whatever Comes to Mind,” at the Blaubak Gallery on Feb. 12, during a solo show of sculpture, paintings and mixed media from 7-9 p.m.
Ask Brian Gore how he became the leader of a touring guitar festival, and he’ll tell you what sounds like the setup for a joke.
The unique lavender walls in Leslie Amira’s Kirkland home landed her a spot on A&E’s Sell This House over the weekend.
Known by many as "Mr. Kirkland," long-time resident Chuck Morgan is saying goodbye.
Screening his latest project, ""Marijuana: It's Time for a Conversation", Rick Steves will present a short film on the prohibition on the trade and use of marijuana
Rose Hill Elementary PTSA and Studio East will celebrate their 10th Anniversary together with the stage production of “We’re Having a Ball.”
Artist Julie Alpert recently completed a site-specific installation in the back staircase at Kirkland Arts Center (KAC).
Parklane Gallery is now featuring artist Russ Riddle’s woodwork that will be on display through May.
Hundreds of folks from near and far started off 2009 on the cold foot as they plunged into the 45-degree waters of Lake Washington New Year's day. "I'm really scared," said Renton resident Julie Balza, who was dressed in a bikini, before the countdown to dash into the water. During the Polar Plunge event, a wacky Kirkland tradition, participants took a quick dip into the chilly lake at Marina Park. Afterwards, they warmed up by bonfires and enjoyed a free cup of soup, compliments of the Wilde Rover Irish Pub.
Proud parents Geoff and Lynn Radtke celebrate the arrival of their daughter, Delaney, who was the first baby born in the New Year at Evergreen Healthcare Medical Center.
Highlands residents Brenda and Rick Baker were busy dropping off Christmas cookies when they noticed a stray dog, well groomed, but without a collar, wandering the neighborhood.
Some residents suffered power cuts on Christmas Day as a result of the rain weighing down the snow-laden power lines and tree branches, causing them to break.
Kamiakin Junior High School’s music department congratulates ninth-grader Erik Wictor for achieving the highest honor among his high school peers throughout the state. Erik submitted a recorded audition to the Washington Music Educators Association last October and was accepted into this year’s All-State Band, which recognizes him as one of Washington’s finest trombone players.