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The staff from each of Aegis of Kirkland’s Washington Life’s Neighborhood communities recently completed the Memories in the Making (MIM) training with the Seattle Alzheimer’s… Continue reading
Not many people get to see a red space giraffe, drink space-cow milk or meet their Fairy Godmother.
Spend a glorious afternoon strolling through gardens never before open to the public during the Ninth Annual Symphony of Gardens tour from 11 a.m. to… Continue reading
Many mothers would have a few choice words for their son if they put a hole in their kitchen floor from constantly riding a skateboard in the house. But Jen Brusco rewarded her son, Mitchie, with the chance to go on the new reality TV show "Next X."
The Seattle International Film Festival will be showing movies at the Kirkland Performance Center at 350 Kirkland Ave. Kirkland, WA 98033. For more information visit… Continue reading
On a day set aside to remember men and women who died serving their country, 1,500 bicyclists on Memorial Day instead thought about a different population - the homeless.
The brilliant Fourth of July fireworks show that has lit up Moss Bay for the past nine years is back on.
As a dietitian, I recommend eating fresh fish at least once a week. Less than half of all Americans eat fish on a regular basis, and if they do, it’s usually at restaurants.
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.
Not many artists aspire to have their creations recycled.