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Articles from the April 27, 2018 edition

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Tea with the Dalai Lama, part 2 | Moment's Notice

“The many factors which divide us are actually much more superficial than those we share. Despite all of the things that differentiate us – race, language, religion, gender, wealth and so on – we...

 By Dave Earling    Opinion    April 27, 2018

Summer is here (almost) | Mayor's Corner

They tell me the rumor is true ... summer is coming! Only in the past few days when the temperature has crawled all the way into the 60s, and now the low 70s, have I thought there might be truth in...


Police kudos, new location for senior center? | Letters

Kudos to Edmonds police for actions during shooting incident In the April 12 edition of the Beacon, there was an article titled "Police shoot rubber bullets at naked man armed with axes." Rarely does a week go by without reading/hearing/viewi... Full story

 By Brian Soergel    News    April 27, 2018

Gravity Bar to introduce bubble waffles to Edmonds

After nine months of preparation – with promises to bring Edmonds the debut of bubble waffles – Gravity Bar plans a soft opening 11 a.m. Saturday, May 5. Owners Elyssa Boyd and Heather Hansen, with...

 By Betty Lou Gaeng    News    April 27, 2018

The mystery of Reed Lake solved

For years now, those driving on 196th Street SW just east of Edmonds city limits have been stared down by surely one of the loneliest signs in the county – the one reading “Pet Parlor.” It’s...


Dig into the past at Edmonds Museum May 4

If you’ve ever wanted to mingle with professional archaeologists – sorry, no Indiana Jones – mark Friday, May 4 on your calendar. It’s the Edmonds Historical Museum’s “Archaeology at... Full story


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