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Umbrellas kick off annual art event

The colorful umbrellas crafted by local families and businesses are once again on display around Marysville, although you won’t see them on light poles this year. Several of the plywood umbrella...

 

Gallery open house

Ornamental Arts Gallery, 13805 Smokey Point Blvd. Suite 105 in Marysville, will feature watercolor artist Coleen Allen in a reception on Friday, April 5, from 4 to 7 p.m. Live music this month will...

 

Family bands light up the stage

Jenny and the Blue Moon Boys is a family band made up of (back, from left) Ben Ballew, Jeff Ballew and their dad Jim Ballew; (front) Jenny Wiltse and brother David Ballew.   Many Marysville...

 

Unlikely bond fills touching movie

“The Intouchables” (R, Now avail.) It's not often that I can label a film as having universal appeal. Just looking at some of my favorite films of last year ("Killing Them Softly,” “The Master”), it's clear that while I...

 

Time to take off those studded tires

Hi folks, it’s that time of year again to take off those studded snow tires that many of you put on each and every year in anticipation of the snowy and icy travel days. Officially the last...

 

Arlington songwriter off to Dubai

Music can soothe the troubled soul, and it can comfort those who are far from home as well. Sailors aboard the U.S.S. John C. Stennis aircraft carrier and Carrier Strike Group 3 (CSG-3) deployed from...

 

Call for artists

The Marysville Arts Coalition (MAC) will stage its second annual spring arts show, “It’s Raining Art,” on Friday and Saturday, April 26 and 27, in the former Dunn Lumber building at...

 

Gallery hosts artist reception

"California Foothills" by Vicki Johnson   Looking for something out of the ordinary to do this Friday night? Ornamental Arts Gallery, at 13808 Smokey Point Blvd. in Marysville, hosts...

 

Bob Awards for 2012

Art Direction: “Wreck-It Ralph” â Ian Gooding Cinematography: “The Dark Knight Rises” â Wally Pfister Costume Design: “Django Unchained” â Sharen Davis Film Editing: “Killing Them Softly” â Brian A. Kates...

 

Bob Award nominations are in

Yes, it is that time again. Time for the unveiling of the Bob Award nominations. For those of you unfamiliar with these, I started doing this a few years ago as a way to stop complaining about what the Academy gets wrong every year. Of course I...

 

Local filmmaker featured at festival

The 16th Annual Everett Film Festival is coming to the Everett Performing Arts Center on February 8 and 9, with a gala Friday evening, starting at 6 p.m. Nine different films will be shown this year--three on Friday evening and six more starting at...

 

Everett orchestra plays Mozart

Everett Philharmonic Orchestra presents “That Magnificent Mozart!” on Feb. 10, featuring three pieces from legendary composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The orchestra will perform Mozart's...

 

Nature art featured at Eagle Festival

  Rick Balam (pictured) took home $100 and a first-place winner in the Arlington Arts Council’s nature art contest during the Eagle Festival, Feb. 1 and 2. Balam’s multimedia piece,...

 

Driving schools now testing centers

Did you know that several sweeping changes are occurring at Department of Licensing (DOL) Offices throughout the State which affect the process for how new drivers can attain their driver’s...

 

Murder mystery fits chilly weather

Another stellar community theatre presentation is underway at the Historic Everett Theatre, as Red Curtain Productions presents the murder mystery “Laura” over the next two weekends....

 

Film about psychopaths is tinged with brilliance

Seven Psychopaths (R, Avail. 1/29) Marty (Colin Farrell) is a Hollywood screenwriter having difficulty with his newest script, which he's titled "Seven Psychopaths." As he explains to his best friend, dognapper and struggling actor Billy...

 

Locals welcome live theatre to Marysville

Scott Randall (left) talks with a group of supporters after the introductory meeting for Pop-Up Theatre, held Jan. 18 at Jennings Park in Marysville.   Despite the dense fog and freezing temperat...

 

Thriller offers surprising twists

(From left) Justin Tinsley, Kendal Bogan and Alex Tweedie in a scene from "Laura," produced by Red Curtain Productions and running Jan. 25-Feb. 10 at the Historic Everett Theatre.  ...

 

Enjoy romantic winter music in Arlington

The Arlington Arts Council will present two shows to brighten up the dark winter days in the Romantic Winter Music Festival on two Saturdays in February. On Saturday, Feb. 9, Last Leaf Productions...

 

Character choices make time travel film compelling

“Looper” (R, Now Avail.) In 2074- thirty years after the advent of time travel- when the mafia wants someone dead they send them back to the past, to be killed by assassins called loopers who can dispose of the body "that technically...

 

Take the kids ‘under the sea’

Matt Ircink (Prince Eric) and Sarah Arpin (Ariel) star in Village Theatre's KIDSTAGE production of "The Little Mermaid." Photo by Sam Freeman. Property of Village Theatre.   Village...

 

Call for eagle photos, art, poems

The Arlington-Stillaguamish Eagle Festival is seeking entries for various contests and events. Photographers from across Snohomish County and Camano Island are invited to enter one photograph of an eagle for the eagle photography contest....

 

Live theatre is coming to Marysville

Marysville is finally getting live theatre. Pop-Up Theatre, a new program from Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts, will introduce local audiences to live theatre without the usual costs of staging...

 

Child actors needed

The Blue Stilly Players will be performing at the Eagle Festival in Arlington on Feb. 2 and are looking for children of all ages to be a part of a short play that includes woodsy characters. The play is entitled "Mink and Eagle" and was...

 

‘Fiddler’ lives up to musical traditions

The music. The laughter. The hope of love. The tragedy of hate. Tradition. “Fiddler on the Roof” is one of those rare examples of musical theatre that challenges us, lifts us up, and trans...

 

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