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 By Brian Soergel    News    October 17, 2019 

'There was consensus that College Place needs to be done first'

When designers created College Place Middle School 50 or so years ago, they probably thought it looked pretty good. Maybe. But today, most would say the Lynnwood school – where most Edmonds kids...

 

Calendar | Around Town

Oct. 17 David Quinn: Art and Education 6-7:30 p.m. Edmonds-Woodway teacher and International Baccalaureate Coordinator David Quinn kicks off Soundview School and Partners in Parenting's free speaker...

 

Open houses to share ideas for improved Sounder station access

Sound Transit has evaluated more than 50 potential projects to improve parking and access at Edmonds and Mukilteo Sounder stations so that more residents can use this traffic-free travel option....

 

Election endorsements, CRISTA, bike lanes | Letters to the Editor

Editor's note: The following letter, which ran last week, had an incorrect headline. Because of that, we are running it again, in addition to the response to the letter. The Beacon apologizes for the...

 

Edmonds celebrates National Arts and Humanities Month

A proclamation by Mayor Dave Earling at Edmonds City Council Oct. 1 recognized October as National Arts and Humanities month, which annually highlights the arts and humanities as vital to the...

 

A town and its dogs | Moment's Notice

The phrase "a boy and his dog" has been adapted and expanded in a number of ways over the decades. In all its forms, though, such a simple phrase embodies so much. It indicates the mutual benefit of t...

 

Grandson and grandmother reconnect for Edmonds dual art exhibit

While living in Idaho, I always enjoyed walks with my young grandsons in the University of Idaho Arboretum. I often loaned Avery Caudill, my oldest grandson, my Nikon DSLR camera. At 12, he used that...

 
 By Kate Agbayani    A&E    June 13, 2019

Summer Wine Walks benefit Art Walk Edmonds

Edmonds' annual summer wine walks return July 6 and August 3 from 5-8 p.m. Edmonds Wine Walk, which has become increasingly popular since debuting five years ago, is a big part of Art Walk... Full story

 

Discounted utilities, former Beacon editor, Art Walk Edmonds | Letters

Discounted utilities could help cost-burdened households I appreciated the article, “City’s deeper look into homelessness shows hidden problems” (April 18). The piece cited an important fact: More cost-burdened households are homeowners, and...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    April 25, 2019

Art for Emily: Peace Poles placed in Edmonds to honor Emily Locke

Emily Locke died Dec. 18, but she has not been forgotten. On Saturday, April 20, a community-based group of artists and art promoters in the greater Seattle area – Art For All: Empowering Artists... Full story

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    April 17, 2019

Revisiting Prohibition: 100 years after ratification, local writer pens history of illegal booze in Seattle and environs

Brad Holden has a regular 9-to-5 job. It pays the bills. But in his spare time, the Esperance resident and Edmonds Historical Museum docent is a self-described “urban archeologist” who rummages th...

 

Poetry, bookstores in the spotlight this month | Fresh Reads

This month, we celebrate both poetry and bookstores. For the 23rd year, the literary community celebrates National Poetry Month, with its origins in Black History Month and Women’s History Month.... Full story

 

'Walking Lady,' gateway sign, LGBTQ decision | Letters to the Editor Edmonds

Great photo from E-W student Congratulations to Edmonds-Woodway High School student Cora Hodges for her remarkable and well-focused photo in the Schack Art Center black-and-white photo contest (“It’s a snap: E-W students shine in photo...

 

Volunteer opportunities galore at museum open house

The Edmonds Historical Museum has its fourth annual Community Volunteer Open House noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 6. The event highlights local community driven organizations looking for volunteers...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    March 15, 2019

State of the City: Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling touts accomplishments

It wasn’t 82 and sunny in Edmonds – it snowed that morning. And Edmonds wasn’t “Deadmonds” this day – no need to fall back on tired cliches any longer. No, Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling...

 

Pokémon Go, poop, mysterious local group | Letters to the Editor

Here’s how Pokémon Go works She wishes someone would explain the game to her? (“Pokemon Go: Looking up in Edmonds,” Moment’s Notice, Feb. 28). OK. We walk around town, enjoying the reality of our beautiful Edmonds waterfront, all of our publ...

 

An Edmonds kind of 24 hours | Arts & Appetite

Last week, I unintentionally embarked on a 24-hour tour that perfectly represented the name of this column, Arts & Appetite, here in Edmonds. As with any time spent in discovery without an...

 

Edmonds Art Walk spotlights multimedia artist Mary Heuther

Art Walk Edmonds, held the third Thursday of the month, returns Jan. 17 from 5-8 p.m. with performances and demonstrations downtown. The featured art show at Stranded by the Sea, 176 Sunset Ave, has...

 

Walk Edmonds, with murals as your guide | Arts & Appetite

Edmonds was recently named the first Certified Creative District by the state of Washington, but of course, Edmonds has long been known for its artistic bent. In addition to the Edmonds Arts... Full story

 

Something's fishy: Edmonds has a new mural

Nick Goettling’s mural is now finished on the wall of The Mar•ket Fishmongers & Eatery, 508 Main St. (You can also see the outdoor deck the restaurant is building.) The nautical-themed...

 

Edmonds 2018 Scarecrow contest winners honored

The winners of the 2018 Edmonds Scarecrow Festival were recognized and honored Nov. 5 at a reception at Edmonds Historical Museum. An annual event, the Edmonds Scarecrow Festival combines creativity... Full story

 

The stories behind the images at Cascadia Art Museum | Arts & Appetite

With its current exhibition, “Invocation of Beauty,” Cascadia Art Museum achieves another milestone in the northwest arts community – the first in-depth study of the work and life of photographer... Full story

 
 By Brian Soergel    A&E    October 18, 2018

Halloween treats arrive in Edmonds

Fall in Washington. Leaves are yellow and blood reddish, dropping quicker than a zombie with a machete to the head. Hello, Halloween. Appropriate then, and apt, to cozy up to the ghoulish talents of E...

 

New mural taking shape at the Edmonds fountain

The murals are back. After a four-year hiatus, a new one is being sketched on the very visible, south-facing wall of Sound Styles at Fifth Avenue North and Main Street. The mural is courtesy of Mural... Full story

 

Edmonds: A tourist in my own hometown

This summer, I spent a lot of time out of Edmonds. So when I returned, I decided to follow Rick Steves’ advice and be a tourist in my own town. Sure enough, I discovered so much. I had a friend... Full story

 

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