By Aundine Janke
The Ship of Magic by Robin Hobb is the first installment in her Liveship Traders Trilogy, an adult epic fantasy where ships come to life. Being passed down through a trader family, the wizardwood ships must have 3 generations die…
By Ellie Hanson
It’s Halloween! The leaves are falling, the air is crisp, and pumpkins are everywhere– just like every year. There are, of course, some obvious differences this year. Every family has different ideas…
By Rebecca MacGill
Every year around Halloween, black cats’ faces start popping up everywhere as the spooky season begins. Their mysterious reputation has gained them popularity in the media, but their yearly appearance on magazine covers and cheap Party City decals affect real cats waiting to be adopted in shelters.
By Sam Schwartz
It’s Halloween today, and soon the streets of Edmonds will flood with small children decked out as every form of Disney princess, medieval warrior, wailing ghoul, and mythological creature imaginable. But where did the tradition come from, and why do they ask for candy?
By Graham Everhart
You probably don’t get enough sleep every night.
Is it because you stay up too late every night? Perhaps. Sometimes that’s unavoidable. But I remember a time when I would go to bed at 10 P.M., yet not fall asleep until 11:30 P.M. or later. 60 to 90 minutes of tossing and turning and staring at the pitch-black ceiling before falling asleep. Every. Single. Night.
By Stephanie Farmer
In the Edmonds Woodway Theater, the year finishes boldly with a drama: “Inherit the Wind” by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. The story takes place in a deeply religious town called Hillsboro in the 1920s that charged a teacher for telling children of Darwin’s theory of evolution that contrasted all religious…
By Diana Anguelova, Roni Flynn, Emelia Persell
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By Bridget Smith
Beautiful in its complexity, culture can be difficult to accurately portray. This complexity is what deters so many filmmakers from attempting to do so on American big screens, making films like Pixar’s Coco unique.
By Roni Flynn
Last weekend Edmonds Woodway’s three school jazz bands traveled to Moscow, Idaho to compete in the 51st Annual Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival. The festival takes place over the course of two days and is hosted by the University of Idaho. Over…
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