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Doug and Moira Whidby of Redmond’s Rose Hill neighborhood will embark on a 15-day, 960-mile bike ride from Seattle to San Francisco on Sept. 13.
Redmond debuts a celebration of digital arts for the general public, artists and industry experts in video game production and digital technology.
Relax. Aliens didn’t carve the cornfield into artwork visible from their space ship. But no, the corn didn’t just grow into fancy shapes, either.
A public sale that begins this weekend will feature the remaining contents of Group Health’s Redmond campus, including stainless steel cookware from the full commercial kitchen to filing cabinets and baby items.
As the City of Redmond begins phase one of its downtown redevelopment, Denise Marts is taking a stab at bringing more art to the neighborhood.
Washington state’s only furniture bank that exclusively serves survivors of domestic violence is right here in Redmond, at a confidential location to protect its clients’ safety.
Shalom Bayit, helping women and children rebuild peaceful homes after domestic violence, is just one of several outreach programs of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), Seattle Section.
They have a goofy name and a serious mission. Team Boob Warriers will raise money and awareness for breast cancer research, treatment, prevention and education Sept. 12-14. Among the 25 members of the team, most will be walking 60 miles in the Breast Cancer 3-Day event to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure and the National Philanthropic Trust Breast Cancer Fund. Others have had supporting roles.
At the Redmond Marriott Town Center, 7401 164th Ave. NE, a new executive chef has put traditional East Coast dishes and playful twists on Pacific Northwest cuisine on the menus for Meritage Restaurant and the hotel’s banquet rooms.
SecondStory Repertory, the professional theatre ensemble at Redmond Town Center, presents the spicy and sophisticated “Private Lives” by Noel Coward, Sept. 5-27.
Wednesday, Aug. 27
An army dressed in pink will descend upon Seattle and the Eastside Sept. 12-14 as thousands of women — and men — walk 60 miles to raise money and awareness for Susan G. Komen for the Cure and the National Philanthropic Trust Breast Cancer Fund. The pink ribbon is a symbol of the fight against breast cancer.
Growing up near Detroit, Mich., a.k.a. “Motor City,” John Lowe never dreamed he’d become a hiking and cycling addict, let alone climb to the summit of Mt. Rainier.
Art has a way of sneaking up on people, thanks to 4Culture’s Site-Specific Performance Network.
It was close, but Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore's romantic comedy edged past Kevin Bacon's push to bring dancing to a small town high school prom and a young New Zealand girl's quest to become chief of her people to take top honors as King County Parks' Movies@Marymoor "Viewer's Choice" winner.
For the third year in a row, Nancy Herring of Redmond has won a Dreyer’s Ice Cream party by submitting an essay or poem in praise of her neighborhood.
Dillon Jarvis attempts to beat the heat by getting doused by a double hoop copper sprinkler, made by Steve Hoppy of Hoppy’s Garden Art. Saturday’s… Continue reading