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Thoughts on racial equality from an Edmonds resident

Editor's note: Geronimo Whitaker is an Edmonds resident who last year wrote a Guest View column for the Beacon on what Black History Month meant to him. Whitaker is an accomplished... — Updated 6/18/2020

 By Rick Steves    News

Rick Steves: Imagine a pedestrian-friendly Edmonds center

Sitting at the fountain at Fifth and Main, as I do occasionally in a very gentle act of civil disobedience, I wave at passing cars as if they were people strolling by. I conjure up... — Updated 5/15/2020


May Art Walk, summer Wine Walk canceled

For the second month is a row, Art Walk Edmonds has been canceled due to ongoing concerns about the coronavirus pandemic. This month's event was planned May 21. Organizers say Gov.... — Updated 5/12/2020 Full story

 By Joe Mclalwain    Opinion

We're leaving the light on for you | Guest View

In a recent letter to patrons, Edmonds Center for the Arts Executive Director Joe Mclalwain shared a message of hope and inspiration amid the global COVID-19 crisis. Recognizing... — Updated 4/16/2020

 By David Brewster    Opinion

Love in the time of cholera, or one hundred years of solitude | Fresh Reads

OK, so I cribbed the idea from others, but the concepts of the titles of two of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s greatest books never ring truer. We are in the midst of a defining moment... — Updated 3/26/2020


Edmonds businesses respond to COVID-19

Editor's note: The Edmonds Beacon is collaborating with the Edmonds Downtown Alliance (Ed!) to provide information on how local businesses are responding to the coronavirus. The fol... — Updated 3/19/2020


Coronavirus cancellations | A&E Briefs

Thursday Art Walk Edmonds canceled Based on the recommendations from public health officials to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and for the safety of volunteers and community, the March 19 Art Walk Edmonds has been canceled.... — Updated 3/19/2020


Edmonds businesses respond to coronavirus

Editor's note: The Edmonds Beacon is collaborating with the Edmonds Downtown Alliance (Ed!) to provide information on how local businesses are responding to the coronavirus.... — Updated 3/14/2020 Full story


Edmonds' Wintergrass is pure folk and Americana

In 2016, the City of Edmonds Arts Commission, the Edmonds Library and the Friends of the Edmond Library partnered on a new free, live music series for the fall to spring months. Mos... — Updated 2/6/2020

 By David Brewster    Opinion

A few reading resolutions | Fresh Reads

As we continue the new year and the next chapter of our shared lives, we again dare (and dread) to make our resolutions to change, improve, seek hope and peace and otherwise... — Updated 1/16/2020


Food drive, music, holiday magic | Holiday Cheer

Gallery North has ‘The Magic of Artful Gifts’ Gallery North is recognizing the holiday season with “The Magic of Artful Gifts,” featuring works of art for sale created by... — Updated 12/5/2019


First Dibs returns with the Art Walk

Downtown Edmonds merchants are once again taking part in the First Dibs tradition, to be held Thursday, Nov. 21. There will be new holiday merchandise at local participating shops and restaurants. About 14 years ago, Robert... — Updated 11/21/2019

 By Brian Soergel    News

Will ArtWorks make way for Sound Transit parking?

The director of ArtWorks in Edmonds is voicing concerns about Sound Transit's possible plan to use the space leased to ArtWorks for parking. "If this goes through, we can say... — Updated 11/7/2019

 By Brian Soergel    News

'The Lavender Palette'

Cascadia Art Museum in Edmonds will be the first museum in the country to explore regional gay culture through the work of early- to mid-20th-century gay and lesbian artists in an... — Updated 11/1/2019

 By Brian Soergel    News

'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... — Updated 11/1/2019


Experiencing the 'Lavender Palette' at Cascadia Art Museum | Arts and Appetite

The Cascadia Art Museum of Edmonds is again breaking new ground. Its new exhibition is not only the first of its kind in Washington, but the first of its kind in the nation.... — Updated 10/31/2019


Election, Puget Sound, QFC and more | Letters to the Editor

Cash back: My 50 cents worth I was just shopping at the QFC in Edmonds, and was surprised to learn that the store has started charging 50 cents when you ask for cash back with your... — Updated 10/31/2019


Decision 2019: Vote for your scarecrow

It's been a spooky couple of weeks. No, it's not a scarecrow apocalypse, but with more scarecrows popping up every day, you'd be forgiven for thinking they're taking over our downto... — Updated 10/24/2019


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... — Updated 10/17/2019


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... — Updated 10/10/2019


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... — Updated 10/10/2019


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... — Updated 9/27/2019

 By Elyse Cregar    A & E

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.... — Updated 9/12/2019

 By Kate Agbayani    A&E

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... — Updated 6/13/2019 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... — Updated 5/1/2019


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