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Film Cabaret; Write on the Sound; scarecrows | A&E Briefs

'Casablanca' first up in Film Cabaret Series Edmonds Center for the Arts' annual Film Cabaret Series kicks off Oct. 10 with "Casablanca," the 1942 movies starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman....

 
 By Chuck Sigars    General    March 14, 2018

The company I keep l Chuck's World

A few years ago, I was sitting in my daughter’s living room in Austin, drinking coffee with my son-in-law, when a package arrived at the door. I know. I’ve now got you sitting on the edge of your...

 

On the road to Lost | Chuck's World

I was going to tell you about the time my friend Gordon called me by accident, but then I started thinking about the banana peel. And if I’m completely honest, I was only thinking of the banana peel because of the exoplanets. But let’s start...

 

Fifteen years | Chuck's World

I’ve seen a lot of Bruce Springsteen lately, with his new book out and him being interviewed by everyone apparently able to borrow a microphone. It’s not that he’s been a recluse. He’s just...

 
 By Chuck Sigars    General    July 29, 2015

They know what you did last summer | Chuck's World

Spend any amount of time online, whether you’re shopping or engaging social media, and you’ll notice it. People like quotes. It’s hard to find a site online, in fact, that doesn’t have a...

 
 By Chuck Sigars    General    July 22, 2015

One for the ages | Chuck's World

For those of you who are still numb from the amazing pictures of Pluto, who are still mourning the moral diminishment of Atticus Finch, or who are terrified of a subduction zone earthquake any day... Full story

 

Edmonds resident authors book on ADHD

Andrew K. Smith, a 22-year-old Edmonds resident, will publish his first book with Morgan James Publishing later this month. Through Smith’s firsthand experiences, “The Adderall Empire: A Life With ADHD and the Millennials’ Drug of Choice,...

 

Author recounts adventure-turned-pilgrimage in trip down Huck’s river

The vision of drifting down the mighty Mississippi on a lazy summer day has enthralled generations of boys since Mark Twain wrote his classic, “Huckleberry Finn.” Dave Ellingson, of Edmonds, never...

 

Dancing with the Future

I’m a skeptic when it comes to memories, mine in particular, having been burned a few times in this column. Meaning I’ve written about something that happened years ago, only to be... Full story

 

Local actress to star in film, ‘Stop Requested’

Edmonds resident actress Lorraine Montez will take the lead role in the Seattle-based film, Stop Requested. Montez possesses extensive professional credits in film and theater, and stepped into writin...

 
 By Chuck Sigars    General    May 5, 2011

When months go bad, look on the bright side

The problem with being a guy like me who does what I do in a forum like this at a time that appears to be now is that I can’t count on anything. Case in point: The month of May began in western...

 

Award winning authors Kirby Larson and Mary Nethery visit Edmonds

Students at Maplewood K-8 and Edmonds Heights K-12 will get a special treat on October 14, when New York Times bestselling authors, Kirby Larson and Mary Nethery visit. In a series of assemblies, Larson and Nethery will discuss their writing... Full story

 

Around Town - events for week of 9-9-2010

Help with Preparedness Month drive September is Preparedness Month and Fred Meyer stores and American Red Cross volunteers are partnering in a month-long "Buy a VIRTUAL Blanket" campaign to raise awareness and funds for the need to prepare...

 
 By John Pierre    General    August 25, 2010

The gambler and the pirate in me

I spend some considerable amount of time in front of my computer for various reasons. Sometimes I'm writing and other times I'm spouting off on political opinion boards. I don't do much playing of games although there is a "Texas Hold 'Em"... Full story

 

Every Good and Perfect Gift comes down from God

Every Good and Perfect Gift comes down from God There is balance needed in manifesting God’s supernatural gifts. The balance is between being “ignorant brethren” about the gifts,...

 

After 82-year delay woman’s flight takes off

Edmonds resident Alice Marks, who met aircraft restorer Addison Pemberton through her son-in-law Cliff Sanderlin (also of Edmonds,) got the ride she had dreamed of for the past eight decades at the...

 
 By Valerie Read    Features    June 3, 2010

EdCC and ArtsNow in partnership for the arts

Edmonds Community College offers students another community resource if a class is not offered on campus. That resource is the ArtsNow, CRI and ULearn program located at the Edmonds Conference Center in Edmonds. ArtsNow, CRI and ULearn offers non-cre...

 

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