Videos

My Edmonds News video: April 23 council/staff communications workshop

The Edmonds City Council hired a consultant — Jim Reid of the Falconer Group – to conduct a workshop on council/staff communications.  The first of these was Wednesday, April 23, from 8:30 a.m.-noon in City Hall’s Brackett Room. My Edmonds News was there to tape the meeting, and we offer it here for public viewing   »

Konkydoodle Kitchens cooks soul food

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My Edmonds News presents: 2014 Easter egg hunt, the video

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Konkydoodle Kitchens presents: meatloaf

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Konkydoodle Kitchens presents: Michael Miropolsky makes scones

The conductor of the Cascade Symphony, Michael Miropolsky, joins Carol Kinney and Doug Lofstrom in baking scones. The recipe was submitted by his son Alex Miropolsky to the Cascade Symphony cookbook “Measures & Pleasures.” »

Scene in Edmonds: Happy Holidays by the numbers, from Dewar, Meeks & Ekrem

We couldn’t resist sharing this clever holiday message from My Edmonds News sponsor Dewar, Meeks & Ekrem. That just about sums it up, we’d say. »

Meet Your Edmonds Merchant: Salon 512

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Konkydoodle Kitchens visits the Latin Quarter of Paris

From Edmonds-based Konkydoodle Kitchens, Doug and Carol are traveling in Paris and sent us video of their adventures. »

Meet Your Edmonds Merchant: Baicha Tearoom

In our latest Meet Your Edmonds Merchant video profile, Ann Budharaksa talks about the 5th Avenue tea shop she owns with her husband Joe. »

Meet Your Edmonds Merchant: What’s in store for new IGA Market

Meet Your Edmonds Merchant: What’s in store for new IGA Market

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Videos are here: Citizen Harry and My Edmonds News on ‘Public Exposure’

Videos are here: Citizen Harry and My Edmonds News on ‘Public Exposure’

‘Citizen Harry” Gatjens and My Edmonds News Publisher Teresa Wippel appeared on the SCAN Public Access TV show “Public Exposure” on Sept. 17, with Stan Emert hosting. Here are the You Tube videos of the show, in three parts: »

Bothell company giving away Christmas trees

Bothell company giving away Christmas trees

If you know a family that can’t afford a Christmas tree this year, a Bothell company is offering them for free. The information can be found on this video, courtesy of local weatherman Jim Castillo, who sent the link to My Edmonds News: »