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Edmonds Saturday market favorites, old and new

Everyone in Edmonds and the surrounding area wait somewhat impatiently for the Summer Market to begin, and with the May we had (weather-wise), June’s sunny days have meant a slight delay to the …

Main Street Commons: They’re all in

Common ground? Common area? How about just Commons? The Main Street Commons, that is. A few weeks ago, the final (and arguably the cornerstone) of the Main Street Commons in Edmonds opened its …

Potato, Potato, Potato: Part 1

What is better than a potato? The humble potato is versatile, transformable, and delectable. Potatoes can be the base of a dish, a side, or the star of the show. Potatoes can be covered and …

For 20 years: ‘Meet me at the Twig’

The folks at Red Twig like to say, “Drink Coffee, Eat Well, Do Good Things.” It is a fitting tagline for a café where so many busy people like to meet in Edmonds. I have yet …

Always a day of discovery at Cascadia Art Museum

Perhaps you are out and about to explore near home, or you have friends in from out of town. Why not take in some beautiful Northwest art? Cascadia Art Museum continues to expose the art community to …

Musicology Co. – musical arts in Edmonds

“After silence, that which comes closest to expressing the inexplicable is music.” – Aldus Huxley Edmonds has long been known as an arts community. The Edmonds Arts Festival, …

Going back: Bar Dojo, Fire & the Feast, Hosoonyi, Gyros Kebab

This winter has had its chills, and sometimes we just want to have a meal we know will warm our taste buds and our souls.  With no shortage of options in our area, this week’s Arts …

Moto: Pizza that makes you reevaluate your definition

Last year, this reviewer suffered mightily by having to eat A LOT of pizza for a piece in The Beacon Magazine , a special edition produced three times a year for Beacon readers. (By …

Cascadia Art Museum continues to surprise and challenge the art community to expand its definition of Northwest Art and artists. During the January opening for “A Legacy Rediscovered: …

The passing of the bisque (again)
Arts & Appetite

While many Edmonds residents were initially saddened by the news of the closing of Chanterelle Hometown Bistro, the excitement of having a second location of a Seattle favorite, Ristorante …

2023 year in review: Arts & Appetite

Edmonds is an art and appetite kind of town. As we prepare to enter a new year, let us take a look back on how much there is to enjoy in both food and the arts in our community and remember what …

An artful December day | Arts & Appetite

Spending a Saturday at Cascadia Art Museum is always nice, but during the holiday season, well, it is just lovely. Before heading to the museum, we stopped at one of our much-loved Edmonds' spots …

"We are more than the worst thing we have done," is a phrase Amanda Knox heard when serving time in prison in Italy for a crime she was later exonerated for. "We are more than the worst thing …

The new place to be (and eat) in Edmonds | Arts&Appetite

One of the newest additions to the Edmonds food scene, Kazoku, has only been open for a couple of months, but it has definitely been discovered – and for all of the right reasons. Kazoku, or …

When I first heard the group behind Daphnes and other popular spots in Edmonds planned to open a new coffee shop and cocktail bar, I figured it would strike that just-right chord between current and …

Sweater (and chowder) weather | Arts and Appetite

Fall in the Pacific Northwest is beautiful. The mornings are crisp and cool, the leaves turn so many shades of yellow, orange, and red, and the drizzle seems to quench a thirst that your body did not …

So many wonderful options at Katya's Bakery | Arts&Appetite

I have not stopped telling people about a bakery I recently discovered right here in Snohomish County, so I suppose it is not surprising that I, too, learned about it through word of mouth. Yes, …

Over the top at Rusty Pelican Cafe

As I have shared before in this column, I am a fan of breakfast. Breakfast for lunch, breakfast for dinner. And of course, breakfast for breakfast. Because we love breakfast so, it is sometimes …

There are so many new and fabulous restaurants around south Snohomish County that it is hard to create a reasonable rotation without eating out pretty much every day. It makes me sad that I …

Serving culinary education from a food truck: Part 2 | Arts & Appetite

Editor's note: This is the second in a two-part series on Edmonds College's Triton Taste food truck. Read the first story at www.tinyurl.com/mrx89bsc. The Triton Taste, that bright blue food truck …

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