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Articles from the February 3, 2016 edition

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My Oscar nominee watching algorithm | Art & Appetite

About five years ago, a friend of mine convinced me that it would be fun to see all of the major Academy Award nominees before Oscar night. This way, I would actually have an opinion of which films should win awards. I could celebrate or complain...

 

Arts commission looking for sculptures for new exhibit | A&E brief

The Snohomish County Arts Commission invites artists to submit images of existing free-standing sculptural works to be considered for temporary installation and exhibition in an open air setting on the Snohomish County Plaza in Everett. “The...

 

Artist’s multiple sclerosis inspires photo series | A&E brief

Daisy Patton turns her brain scans into art. Patton, who was diagnosed with the degenerative disease multiple sclerosis in 2010, digitally alters her MRI scans as part of the ongoing series...

 

The Super Bowl? Not without Seattle | City Lights

By now you may have heard. Super Bowl 50 occurs on Sunday. Nothing wrong with that, except for the teams involved. You know and I know that neither of this year’s Super Bowl pretenders belongs. Everybody loves Peyton Manning, but let’s tell it li...

 

A roomful of us | Chuck's World

Every Wednesday for the past five months, I’ve voluntarily done something most of us would only attempt under a court order or due to being tied up in a mobster’s trunk. That is, I drive on...

 

Emergency need for blood and platelet donations

The American Red Cross has an emergency need for blood and platelet donors. Severe winter weather since Jan. 1 has forced the cancellation of more than 300 blood drives across 20 states, resulting in more than 9,500 donations uncollected, further...

 

About our Turn Up The Volume series

Today’s teens are grappling with challenges their parents couldn’t have imagined facing during their own youth – self-harm and suicide, cyberbullying, gangs and homelessness, and more. As part...

 

Youth suicides increasing at alarming rate

Youth suicide is now a leading mental health issue for Snohomish County. In fact, some experts warn, it’s a crisis. According to the Snohomish Health District, suicide is Snohomish County’s ninth leading cause of death – second for those 15-24 y...

 

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