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Though the feds are in a wait-and-see mood there are benefits to buying and/or selling now versus waiting.
The showcase will be from 6-9 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Den Coffee Shop in Bothell.
The band played the entire White Album at the Kirkland Performance Center on Jan. 31.
Large crowd of varied law enforcement, patrons bond over java at Juanita Starbucks.
The event will bring resources together to support low-income, marginalized populations who face multiple barriers.
Eastside Community Aid Thrift Shop provides grant funds to nonprofit organizations on the Eastside.
The program combines the joy of reading with the beauty of the great outdoors.
Progress doesn’t come overnight and maintaining health is almost always hard work.
Seattle-based band performs “The Beatles: The White Album at 50” in Kirkland and Seattle Jan. 31 and Feb. 1.
The outgoing executive director will continue to stay involved with the Kirkland Downtown Association.
Reeves first joined the arts center development team in 2017.
More students are taking and succeeding in AP courses.
Volunteers will remove invasive plant species from Kirkland parks, replacing them with natives.
Parents can register their students at their neighborhood schools.
The show will be at Northlake Unitarian Universalist Church and feature live music, spoken word, images and poetry.
Award reflects district’s strategic goal of being fiscally responsible.
Eastsiders plunge into Lake Washington for the 17th Annual Polar Plunge.
Now is a good time to reflect back on accomplishments and goals achieved from the last year.
Joshua Reiss, who helped save a fellow citizen’s life, encourages CPR training.
Camille Robinson teaches a hand lettering class to spruce up seasonal letters