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 By Brian Soergel    A&E    April 1, 2019

The Heart will go on: Hall of Famer Roger Fisher performing in Edmonds

The open-E power chord, followed by F-sharp and G chords. Equally powerful, followed by some fancy harmonics. Guitar heroes know this as the opening riff to one of the most famous intros in rock...

 

Could flex parking help ease Edmonds parking issues? | Guest View

Editor's note: Mike McMurray is an Edmonds financial consultant and developer of the future Main Street Commons at Main Street and Sixth Avenue South in Edmonds. A lot has changed since 2016, when the Civic Park master plan was approved. This is...

 

Kelnero in Edmonds: A labor of love | Arts & Appetite

Opening a bar or restaurant requires dedication, vision, energy, time, and money. The romantic ideal of sitting and visiting with friends and neighbors while serving them fantastic food and libations...

 
 By David Pan    Sports    February 21, 2019

E-W senior advances to finals at Mat Classic XXXI | Boys wrestling

At the start of the regular season, Edmonds-Woodway coach Brian Alfi had a feeling that Grayson LeCompte was headed for a memorable senior year. Alfi was right. LeCompte, who placed third and eighth at state the two previous years, recorded the best...

 

Bringing art home in Lynnwood | Arts & Appetite

The Lynnwood Arts Commission took a larger than expected step toward initiating its mural program and supporting more public art throughout the city as more than 350 patrons attended the inaugural... Full story

 

The cookie, tree cover, Yost Park | Letters to the Editor

The cookie: Words have meaning For the Edmonds Bakery owner to claim his "Build that Wall" cookie was "just a joke" is akin to the person who insults you saying, "I was just kidding. Can't you take a joke?" Words have...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    January 30, 2019

New Taste Edmonds ranked lowest by members for 2018

What Chamber of Commerce event ranked the lowest in quality in 2018, according to dues-paying chamber members? Eighty businesses and 18 individuals answered the chamber’s annual member satisfaction survey. Sixteen events were rated on a scale of 1... Full story

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    January 18, 2019

Snohomish County grants $450,000 to Civic Field redevelopment in Edmonds

The Snohomish County Council has agreed to allocate $450,000 over three years to the redevelopment of Edmonds’ Civic Field, which City leaders see as a future jewel in the heart of downtown. Civic...

 

2018 Edmonds year in review, part 1

JANUARY 11th annual splash into the Sound kicks off a new year What started as a small gathering of like-minded folks has morphed into one of Edmonds’ most popular traditions. Indeed, the 11th... Full story

 

Edmonds among first with Scouts BSA troop for girls

As reported earlier this year, the iconic Boy Scouts program for boys ages 11-17 years old is opening its doors to allow girls to join for the first time. The new program launches on Feb. 1, and Scouts BSA Troop 319 for Girls in Edmonds will be...

 

Thanks for the (food and life) memories, Chanterelle | Arts & Appetite

Edmonds likes its institutions. Events like Taste Edmonds and the holiday tree lighting, as well as shopping locales from 99 Ranch Market to Edmonds Bookshop, and bars like Engel’s or The Loft,... Full story

 

Executive committee supports chamber CEO Greg Urban

The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce executive committee, after meeting with downtown merchants this week to hear concerns about the chamber’s direction, has thrown in its support behind embattled CEO and President Greg Urban. “Collaboration and...

 

A great stop for Greek food | Arts & Appetite

When I mentioned the great, “new” Greek place I found called One Stop Market & Deli, they all said, “Oh yeah. It’s been there for three years. I love that place.” The family of seven... Full story

 

Chamber, dogs, parking, Police Chief kudos | Letters to the Editor

Chamber: Changes for more supportive environment coming On behalf of the Greater Edmonds Chamber of Commerce, the board of directors would like to let the Chamber membership and greater Edmonds community know that we recently accepted the resignation... Full story

 

Katherine "Kathi" Frankino: 1963-2018

Kathi, 55 of Edmonds, Washington, and formerly of Helena, Montana, passed away on September 1, 2018. Kathi attended Capital High and graduated from Carroll College in 1985. She received her...

 

2 Chamber of Commerce managers resign

Updated Sept. 5: The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce – which serves to promote and support the economic vitality of the city – lost two-thirds of its paid staff last week with the resignations of Develo...

 

Pollution, guns, the Taste and Mr. Darcy | Letters to the Editor

A few proposals on reducing air pollution I hope the Edmonds City Council has noticed the air quality decline. While we here cannot put out the forest fires, we can reduce air pollution and noise pollution locally. I suggest some rulings prohibiting...

 

Here’s your Cornhole Tournament winners

More than 50 teams competed in the second annual Beer Garden Cornhole Tournament at Taste Edmonds. After three days of competition, three teams rose to the occasion, taking not only bragging rights... Full story

 
 By David Pan    Sports    August 23, 2018

Warriors sport fresh look | Boys basketball

The Edmonds-Woodway boys basketball team will have a new look. The Warriors graduated five seniors from last season’s district playoff squad. The turnover is even more significant since many of those players – Noah Becker, Uchenna Acholonu,... Full story

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    August 22, 2018

Warnings issued as unhealthy air drapes Edmonds

The lingering smoky skies and shocking decrease in air quality, in addition to creating unhealthy conditions, have robbed Edmonds and Puget Sound of many of its prime sunshiny days, as well as its...

 

When life gives you apples, make hard sorbet

There’s a cidery in your neighborhood. You don’t know it, but right off Ninth Avenue in Edmonds, Steve Kaiser, the brains behind Core Hero Hard Cider, has been brewing hard cider out of his...

 

Is this the last straw in Edmonds?| Guest View

Single-use plastic products – such as straws, stirrers and utensils – have become virtually ubiquitous in the food service industry worldwide, and are contributing to the ever-growing plastic pollution crisis in our marine environment. In fact,...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    August 15, 2018

New Taste Edmonds gets mixed reviews

Anything new will typically draw raves. And boos. Case in point: Taste Edmonds, which over the weekend sported its new name without the “A” and “of” on banners, T-shirts, hats and other...

 
 By Brian Soergel    A&E    August 9, 2018

Revamped Taste Edmonds is this weekend

Earlier this spring, the Edmonds Beacon broke the news that the Edmonds Chamber was “blowing up the Taste” for 2018. Indeed. Longtime Taste-goers might not recognize the city’s biggest event. Oh, the typical fried-food booths will be there,...

 

In Edmonds: From parking lot to parking nightmare

Plans for a new apartment complex on the corner of Edmonds Street and Third Avenue North have left city planners perplexed and neighbors dismayed. Under current plans, the site, which was formerly a...

 

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