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My Edmonds Restaurant News: Hot meal options during a power outage

My Edmonds Restaurant News: Hot meal options during a power outage

The good news; many sections of Edmonds have had their power restored as of Sunday morning. The bad news: Central/downtown Edmonds seems to be at the bottom of the list for restoration of electrical service. Consult Facebook pages for updates on who is open and cooking, serving hot food and who is closed. For those without power but who happened to also have gas service, your restaurant writer off... »

Scene in Edmonds: Get ready for the big reveal

Scene in Edmonds: Get ready for the big reveal

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Dine Out Edmonds promotion launches Sept. 8

Dine Out Edmonds promotion launches Sept. 8

From Sept. 8-30, Edmonds restaurant goers can enjoy Dine Out Edmonds, featuring seven of Edmonds’ finest restaurants: Bar Dojo, Chanterelle, Epulo Bistro, Girardi’s Osteria, The Loft, Salt & Iron, and Scott’s Bar & Grill. The lineup features a variety of cuisines for diners to choose from, ranging from Asian comfort food to Mediterranean fare to rustic Italian, to steak a... »

Reminder: ECA to host annual New Volunteer Open House Wednesday

Reminder: ECA to host annual New Volunteer Open House Wednesday

Edmonds Center for the Arts (ECA) will be hosting their annual New Volunteer Open House on Wednesday, Aug. 26 at 5:30 p.m. The event will take place at ECA, located at 410 4th Ave. N. Learn more about ECA’s programs and events, get to know their vibrant volunteer community, take a tour of the theatre and learn how you can be a part of the family. ECA volunteers have the opportunity to share their ... »

On video: OK Chorale entertains at Saturday market

On video: OK Chorale entertains at Saturday market

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Enjoy local jazz this Wednesday, Thursday in Edmonds

Enjoy local jazz this Wednesday, Thursday in Edmonds

Peter Bennett, Edmonds-Woodway High School Jazz Colony coordinator, reminds jazz enthusiasts that the College Place Middle School (CPM) Jazz Colony will play with the EWHS Jazz Colony this Wednesday, Aug. 19 from 4:30-5:15 p.m. as part of the Port of Edmonds-sponsored SeaJazz summer music series. Just formed this year, the CPM Jazz Colony program program allows a younger set of jazz-interested kid... »

Fun and yum: A Taste of Edmonds 2015 Photo Gallery, Day 2

Fun and yum: A Taste of Edmonds 2015 Photo Gallery, Day 2

The sun came out and so did the crowds for Day 2 of A Taste of Edmonds, following an early closure late afternoon Friday due to severe weather. For hours, admission fee, shuttle service and the entertainment schedule, visit the website.   »

Taste of Edmonds 2015: Scott’s takes two of three ‘Best of Taste’ awards

Taste of Edmonds 2015: Scott’s takes two of three ‘Best of Taste’ awards

For the second straight year, Edmonds’ own Scott’s Bar and Grill took two of three top honors in Friday’s Taste of Edmonds Tasteoff, an annual tradition where judges choose their favorite dishes. Scott’s, located in the Lake Ballinger neighborhood, won Best Side Dish honors for its Broadway Pea Salad and also took the top prize for Best Dessert, with its Key Lime Pie. Best Main D... »

Sneak peek: Art + Wine Walks coming to Edmonds

Sneak peek: Art + Wine Walks coming to Edmonds

More details to come, but Art Walk Edmonds is shaking it up for the months of August, September, October and November with a series of Art + Wine Walks presented by Windermere Edmonds WA. The first event is Thursday, Aug. 20 from 5-8 p.m. Pre-purchase tickets for $25! Day of tickets are $30 (if not sold out). You can learn more and buy tickets here.   Wine walk wines can be purchased at Arist... »

Artfully Edmonds Brief: New exhibit features Hekinan artists, and Edmonds ‘Then & Now’ photos

Artfully Edmonds Brief: New exhibit features Hekinan artists, and Edmonds ‘Then & Now’ photos

Edmonds City Hall 121 5th Ave. N. The City of Edmonds Arts Commission invites the public to view two exhibits on display in the City Hall Brackett’s Room, one honoring the Sister City relationship between Edmonds and Hekinan, Japan and the second highlighting Edmonds’ past and present. The exhibits will show through September. The exhibit of pieces from the Hekinan Collection in the City’s Public ... »

Cascade Symphony launches Business Alliance membership program

Cascade Symphony launches Business Alliance membership program

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Around the Table Game Pub attracts both novice and expert gamers

Around the Table Game Pub attracts both novice and expert gamers

On a quiet summer afternoon at Around the Table Game Pub, co-owner Nick Coelho adds the finishing touches to the black poster board displaying the craft beers offered on tap. He situates the board behind the bar and pours himself a tall mug of Stumptown cold brew coffee, noticing the presence of a customer near the board game selection as he takes his first sip. “Hi, is there anything I can help y... »

Sponsor Spotlight: Belly up to Chanterelle’s bar in August, save 50 percent on food

Sponsor Spotlight: Belly up to Chanterelle’s bar in August, save 50 percent on food

August is anniversary month at Chanterelle in downtown Edmonds, where Brooke and Randy Baker have been serving delicious fare for 18 years. How to celebrate? “We’ve clearly lost our mind with our ‘Belly up to the Bar’ promotion, which will be good all month,” Brooke says. “Sit at the bar, and get 50 percent off any regularly priced entree (or appetizer) with the... »

Edmonds-Woodway Jazz Colony to perform Wednesday on waterfront

Edmonds-Woodway Jazz Colony to perform Wednesday on waterfront

The Edmonds-Woodway High School Jazz Colony, which includes over 30 jazz musicians in small ensembles, will perform from 5-8 p.m. this Wednesday, July 29, at the west side of Anthony’s Beach Club Cafe at the Port of Edmonds Marina — part of the Sea Jazz music series. According to Jazz Colony coordinator Pete Bennett, after this Wednesday the group will have one more performance — on We... »

The Fentons to perform in Edmonds City Park Sunday

The Fentons to perform in Edmonds City Park Sunday

Rockin’ country and toe-tappin’ twang will be heard in Edmonds City Park from 3-4 p.m. Sunday as The Fentons are on tap to perform through the City of Edmonds Arts Commission’s Summer Concert Series. The Fentons are five guys inspired by the Flying Burrito Brothers, Neil Young, The Eagles, Hank Williams, Sr. and the Everly Brothers. All longtime musicians, the band first began pl... »

Local musician puts his heart into his music

Local musician puts his heart into his music

Two heart attacks haven’t slowed down local musician Vern Percival. Despite past health challenges, the 69-year-old has not lost his smile or his positive attitude, and he also sings with popular local band the Huckabillys. Twelve years ago, the outlook for Percival was not so upbeat. He experienced a massive heart attack when he was living in Nashville, Tenn. Tearing up slightly, he recalls being... »

Scene in Edmonds: Roberto the Magnificent works his magic

Scene in Edmonds: Roberto the Magnificent works his magic

Roberto the Magnificent performed at Hazel Miller Plaza Tuesday to an enthusiastic crowd, part of the City of Edmonds Arts Commission’s summer concert series. Roberto has been juggling and entertaining professionally for 35 years, starting in 1980 when he was 11 years old. “It’s the only job I’ve ever had!” he exclaimed proudly. He’s performed on national and in... »

Edmonds Mini Arts Summit showcases progress of City’s Community Cultural plan

Edmonds Mini Arts Summit showcases progress of City’s Community Cultural plan

A capacity crowd of participants, presenters and public officials responded Monday night to the Edmonds Arts Commission (EAC) call for a mini arts summit. Meeting in the Plaza Room of the Edmonds Library, over 60 residents conferred to discuss the headway made in the Community Cultural Plan of 2014 and to view what’s on the horizon for the arts scene in Edmonds. City Arts and Culture Manager Franc... »

Scene in Edmonds: Art in action

Scene in Edmonds: Art in action

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Artfully Edmonds review: Phoenix Theatre stages ‘A Little Journey’ reading to full house

Artfully Edmonds review: Phoenix Theatre stages ‘A Little Journey’ reading to full house

The Phoenix Theatre enjoyed another in a string of full house performances during its Saturday production of “A Little Journey” by playwright Rachel Crothers; directed by Christine Mosere, managing director. “A Little Journey” worked perfectly as the second staged reading that loyal Phoenix fans enjoyed. In a theatre as cool as a cucumber in spite of the summer heat, 17 cast members took the stage... »

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