Review: ‘Dracula’ adds chilling drama to Edmonds’ Halloween landscape

In Edmonds Driftwood Players production of Dracula, director Paul Fleming takes the audience on a journey of craven madness that is breathtaking in its realism. In his notes, Fleming states, “As a metaphorical concept, the vampire can reflect our society’s concepts of sexuality, power, contemporary concerns, alienation, physical and emotional illness and ever foundation of…

Artfully Edmonds: Edmonds is certainly ready for Halloween

  Communities around the world are, in all manner, commemorating the dearly departed this time of year. In Mexico it’s Día de los Muertos; in China Teng Chien is observed as well as The Festival of Hungry Ghosts – hungry for attention and affection, that is. In Hungary, the Commemoration of All Faithful Departed is…

Send us your Halloween photos!

Our first Halloween photo submission is from the Cloutier family, who participated in the downtown Edmonds trick-or-treat event Saturday night. Todd Cloutier reports that he and his wife Priya, who is running for Edmonds City Council, and their two sons (Phoenix, left, and Pascal) gave away “over a thousand lollipops, 2,000 stickers, and five gallons…

Safe, dry trick-or-treating Thursday at EWHS!

Bring your kids to Edmonds-Woodway High School this Thursday, Oct. 29 from 6-8 p.m. for Spooky Street — an annual tradition in Edmonds! High schoolers transform the halls of EWHS into a safe, dry trick-or-treat paradise. Admission is three canned food items, to be donated to the Edmond Food Bank. Enter on the lower level…