Sponsor spotlight: From salmon tacos to clam chowder, Scotty’s Food Truck satisfies

Expand your culinary horizons at Scotty’s Food Truck and try their yummy salmon tacos or a steaming bowl of their clam chowder, packed with chopped clams, potatoes and bacon. These and other entrees on available on a weekly basis as Chef Scotty visits Edmonds’ Five Corners neighborhood Thursday-Saturday. Scotty’s focuses on fresh ingredients and seafood-based dishes,…

City of Edmonds to host virtual open house Feb. 25 on Hwy 99 safety improvements

The City of Emonds will be hosting an online open house Thursday, Feb. 25 for the planned Highway 99 Gateway and Revitalization Project. The meeting will run from 5:30-7 p.m.and anyone with an interest in the project is invited to attend. The objective of this project is to design and build safety improvements and gateway signage…

Cascade Symphony Orchestra to virtually present ‘Carmen’ concert on March 8

The Cascade Symphony Orchestra (CSO) will present “Carmen,” its fifth virtual concert of the 2020-21 season, on Monday, March 8, at 7:30 p.m. This online music program, like all previous CSO presentations this season, will be presented free of charge through the generosity of orchestra donors and patrons. Because all in-person concerts for the season…

Sponsor spotlight: Scotty’s Food Truck at Five Corners Thursdays-Saturdays

Scotty’s Food Truck now offers its famous fish and chips and other entrees on a weekly basis in the Edmonds’ Five Corners neighborhood. Scotty’s focuses on fresh ingredients and seafood based dishes, but also has options for vegetarians. Chef Scotty’s “new” and permanent location in Edmonds is at Calvary Chapel, in Edmonds’ Five Corners neighborhood. His…

Scotty’s Food Truck cancels Thursday service

Scotty’s Food Truck has canceled their Thursday, Feb. 11 Five Corners service. Visits throughout the weekend are pending, and are dependent upon snow accumulations. Call before venturing out: 206-795-1615  

Last call for Big E Ales

Long-time brewpub Big E Ales will be closing its doors for good on Saturday, Feb. 6. Big E has called a small industrial park at 5030 208th St. S.W. in Lynnwood home since owner and operator Rick Ellersick first opened for business in 2005, after previously starting out in his garage. Ellersick said the brewpub,…

Sponsor spotlight: Scotty’s Food Truck now at Edmonds’ Five Corners

Scotty’s Food Truck has been a festival favorite for many years, and their specialties can now be enjoyed at their scheduled food truck stops in Edmonds. They now offer their Blackened salmon Caesar Salad and other entrees on a weekly basis. Scotty’s focuses on fresh ingredients and seafood based dishes, but also have options for vegetarians….

Cheers to beer as Hemlock able to bring back some indoor seating

Residents once again are able to pull up a chair inside Mountlake Terrace’s Hemlock State Brewing Company. The brewpub, located at  23601 56th Ave. W., was recently cleared to reopen up 25% of its total indoor seating capacity for customers. Under Washington State pandemic guidelines updated earlier this month, which are similar to requirements for…

Welcome to our new advertiser: Scotty’s Food Truck at Edmonds’ Five Corners

We are pleased to announce new advertiser Scotty’s Food Truck — a festival favorite for many years now located at Edmonds’ Five Corners on Fridays and Saturdays. Chef Scotty has an interesting culinary history: He was born in Japan and spent many years living near the Mediterranean coast in Turkey. A local village fisherman would take…

Fundraiser aims to provide holiday meals for local families in need

The Edmonds-based Feedme Restaurant and Hospitality Group Community Kitchen announced this week that Lynnwood Honda has generously donated $2,500 of holiday meals to be served to local families in need — and all are invited to join this effort. The Foundation for Edmonds School District has established a list of beneficiaries and will provide complimentary…

Coronavirus Chronicles: Jazz performer won’t let the pandemic silence her music

Musician Marina Christopher had her 2020 all planned. In January, she was in New York City playing bass with a touring group. She had other stops scheduled and was ready to drop in at a favorite spot, Vito’s in Seattle, for another gig. But, 2020 had other plans for the Mountlake Terrace-born-and-raised artist. She has not let…

Baguus Little Asia Restaurant coming to downtown Mountlake Terrace

Atlas 236, the new mixed-use building at the northeast corner of 236th Street Southwest and 56th Avenue West, is nearly complete and the owner already has plans for one of the commercial spaces, NextMLT.com said. Baguus Little Asia, a Pan-Asian restaurant, will be opening in mid-2021 in one of the spaces along 236th. AFCO &…

Edmonds Center for the Arts receives $25K award for dementia-inclusive series

Edmonds Center for the Arts announced Wednesday it has received a $25,000 Maude’s Award for Innovation in Alzheimer’s Care. This award recognizes ECA’s Dementia-Inclusive Series and its commitment to the creative and social enrichment of persons living with memory loss and their care partners, the performing arts center said in an announcement. Maude’s Awards for…

Virtual gala and auction raises $310,000 to support Edmonds Center for the Arts

The virtual celebration featured online auctions, a live performance by Seattle soul & funk band, The True Loves, a Zoom gathering where guests could connect and enjoy the evening together, and a Most Spirited Hat photo contest. The event was hosted by emcee Angela Poe Russell of KING 5, and auctioneer Fred Northup, Jr. ECA partnered with…

East Coast Enzo’s coming to MLT’s Cedar Plaza

The commercial space next to the Cedar Plaza Starbucks in Mountlake Terrace will be filled by East Coast Enzo’s Pizza, which has another location in Everett, according to NextMLT. The Cedar Plaza space has been empty since Papa John’s Pizza closed earlier this year. East Coast Enzo’s uses the slogan “the original grab-n-go pizza” and…

Cascade Symphony Orchestra cancels fall 2020 concert schedule due to pandemic

Citing public safety concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cascade Symphony Orchestra is canceling its remaining 2020 concerts at the Edmonds Center for the Arts that were scheduled for October and December. However, the orchestra said it is exploring ways to offer virtual concert performances via various online platforms to help satisfy the public’s…

Hemlock State Brewing moves outdoors

For more than a year, the owners of the Hemlock State Brewery have been working to provide outdoor seating. Thanks to a new business permit, the local brewery is able to do so. To help curb the spread of the coronavirus, the state last month imposed new restrictions on brewery taprooms, preventing indoor alcohol consumption…