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Mukilteo Ferry Tales

Author’s Note: Portions of this article extracted from a “Scenes from the Past” article by Opal McConnell previously published in the “Rosehill News.” Did you know that: Regular...

 
 A&E    June 4, 2017

Sno-King Chorale ends season with ‘Fiddler’

In its annual “Ticket to Broadway” concert, the 90-voice Sno-King Community Chorale will perform a concert version of “Fiddler on the Roof” at 3 and 7 p.m. Saturday, June 10 at Edmonds Center...

 

A look back at 2016, part 2

Mukilteo athletes provided many memorable moments in 2016. Here is part 2 of a look back at some of the highlights. July Kamiak baseball coach passes away Longtime Kamiak High School coach and teacher Frank Nickerson passed away on July 7....

 

Schedule of community events for week of Sept. 21 | Around Town

Sept. 21 Networking Group 10:30-11:30 a.m. Want to meet new business owners in Mukilteo? Join the Chamber of Commerce’s weekly Wednesday morning networking group at the Chamber Office. Be prepared to give a 30 second introduction to your business....

 

Schedule of community events for week of Sept. 14 | Around Town

Sept. 14 Networking Group 10:30-11:30 a.m. Want to meet new business owners in Mukilteo? Join the Chamber of Commerce’s weekly Wednesday morning networking group at the Chamber Office. Be prepared to give a 30 second introduction to your business....

 

Centenarian toasts birthday milestone with champagne

As promised, Lois Brado treated everyone to a round of champagne on her 100th birthday. Brado celebrated her 100th at Harbour Pointe Retirement on July 8 with friends, family and staff. She blew out... Full story

 

Lawrence ‘Larry’ Edwin Ames: 1927-2015

Larry Ames was born in Northport, Wash. on March 21, 1927, into the loving family of Walter and Elfrieda Ames. He grew up in his parent's home with his five siblings, and they shared a happy...

 

Eleven plus one equals us | Chuck's World

My backspace key got a nice little work-out just now. I wrote “With this year’s Academy Award nominations due to be announced soon,” when it occurred to me I might have heard something. Somethin...

 

The great and original Oz musical | Theater Review

If there is one story in literature that has repeatedly reinvented itself, it’s “The Wizard of Oz.” After the movie of the same title came “The Wiz,” which was a funky retelling. Then came...

 

‘The Fall of the House of Usher’ is spine tingling

Entertainment has seasons. Just like certain types of movies are shown on a seasonal basis, so it is with plays. In the wintertime, we get Christmas-themed plays. In springtime, plays revolve around... Full story

 

Letters for week of June 12

Crash victim story was ‘beautiful’ Editor, The Beacon: Thank you for writing a beautiful piece about Rachael [“Crash victim was dedicated wife, mother,” The Beacon, front page, May 29]. Todd Kamin, Mukilteo Science Day was a highlight for...

 

Letters for the week of May 1

We can run, walk or fly Editor, The Beacon: Given the overwhelming response to the UKnight for Autism fun run held at Kamiak High School on April 20, we continue to soar [“Fun run promotes autism awareness,” The Beacon, front page, April 10]....

 

Red Cup regular celebrates his 99th

A Table of “Nalage” regular at Red Cup Café turned 99 on Thursday. Frank Platt, of Everett, celebrated his birthday at the Mukilteo café with the group of friends that meets daily at 9:45 a.m....

 

Mobile shower offers homeless a fresh start

When you’re homeless, a shower after a week or more without one makes you feel like a million bucks. That’s how Craig Monday describes it, anyhow. Monday has been homeless for about a year. “It... Full story

 

MLK dream alive at Olympic View

Beacon photo by Sara Bruestle Emma Harrison and Racheal Monargent read quotes from students' "Live the Dream" essays at Olympic View's MLK assembly on Jan. 13. Forty-four years after his... Full story

 

The true story of Annie Oakley

The new year is a time to look forward to the future and realize the value of the past. One of the best ways to value the past is by seeing a play that tells a true story. “Annie, Get Your Gun” tells the amazing true story of Annie... Full story

 

Letters for week of Aug. 10

Mukilteo needed a moratorium on medical marijuana gardens Dear Editor, On July 18, I made a motion to put an emergency moratorium on cannabis/marijuana gardens that would last six months [“Medicinal marijuana gardens OK,” front page,...

 

Kiwanis honors Kamiak freshman

Photo courtesy of Ingrid Draper Ron Johnson presents an award to Kamiak’s Donny Luu, the Kiwanis Club of Mukilteo’s April Student of the Month. At a recent meeting, Kiwanis Club of...

 

Going Home

This line keeps bumping around my brain, obviously having lots of room in there. It’s from a few seasons ago on “30 Rock,” and an enthusiastic beeper salesman dismisses cell phones...

 

Airport expansion opponents gear up for next round

It was standing room only at the FAA hearing on Paine Field at Kamiak High School. Although many of the more than 500 residents who attended last week’s FAA hearing left feeling discouraged, those... Full story

 
 By Rebecca Carr    A&E    August 12, 2009

Catch Me If You Can

When Frank Abignale, Jr. came home one day and disc Bright lights, big city, and a new life for Frank Abagnale Jr. (Aaron Tveit, center), a teen-age con man on his first big adventure in the world premiere musical Catch Me If You Can, playing now at...

 

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