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Articles from the April 3, 2019 edition

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 By Chuck Sigars    General    April 3, 2019

Back to as you were l Chuck’s World

I turned 60 last summer on a glorious day with waves of stomach-churning excitement, which I’ve since decided was food poisoning. It was not a good birthday. That was just salmonella, though. The...

 

Beacons, lockdowns, LGBTQ | Letters to the Editor

Beacon banned from site of former post office What happened to the newspaper boxes outside the Edmonds post office? Since the downtown papers don't get delivered until 2 p.m. – not great. I drove over to the post office on Second Avenue North... Full story

 
 By Jenny Murphy    General    April 3, 2019

Edmonds springs into fashion | Off the Cuff

So ... what’s hanging in your closet? Move over winter sweaters, ’cause here comes the sun and that means a wardrobe change. Spring fashion 2019 offers a wardrobe that beckons, “bring it on....

 

Man acquitted in 2017 double stabbing

Marco Antonio Vicente-Dominguez, arrested in July 2017 by Edmonds police on suspicion of a double stabbing, was acquitted March 19 by a jury in Snohomish County. Vicente-Dominquez’s attorneys said their client, arrested after fleeing to... Full story

 

Brazilian ‘Choro’ tradition arrives in Edmonds

Danilo Brito, regarded as one of Brazil's leading mandolinists and keepers of the “choro” tradition, performs in a quartet 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 5, at Edmonds Center for the Arts, 410...

 

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