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'Revolver,' the Beatles, and my mom | Back in Edmonds
I bought the newly remastered "Revolver" album the other day. My review: It sounds better than ever, and Ringo's drumming is sensational. There, done. But the album rekindled... — Updated 11/30/2022
Wheelchair, no problem: Graham Nash performs in Edmonds
Graham Nash played through some pain Tuesday night at the Edmonds Center for the Arts and gave the audience a satisfying evening of songs and stories from his long career. Nash, of... — Updated 10/13/2022
A coin collector downsizes | Back in Edmonds
The Liberty Walking half dollar is a beautiful coin. On its front side – heads – Lady Liberty strides grandly, arm outstretched, dress billowing. At left is a beaming sunrise,... — Updated 10/6/2022
1968: Delivering the Aurora Shoreline Journal in Edmonds | Back in Edmonds
Driving up Fir Street with my wife the other day, I had the kind of memory flash that comes to folks who move back to their hometown: Hey, this is my old route — I delivered... — Updated 8/31/2022
Going back to my old schools | Back in Edmonds
When you move back to your childhood hometown, memories seem around every corner. Especially when you can still walk the halls of your old elementary and junior high schools. I grew... — Updated 8/11/2022
Is there life out there?
When a massive Ariane 5 rocket lifted off from French Guiana carrying the James Webb Space Telescope – the most powerful and promising observational tool yet – astronomer Eric A... — Updated 4/14/2022
Author remembers family restaurant in 'Cooking Greek, Becoming American'
The life and times of a beloved Seattle Greek family restaurant is the subject of a new memoir by Mill Creek-area resident and University of Washington faculty member Taso Lagos.... — Updated 2/17/2022