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Though relatively little Tempranillo is planted in the Pacific Northwest, the red Spanish variety is finding a lot of love with winemakers, grape growers and wine lovers alike.
The Kirkland Arts Center prepares for its annual Artists’ Exhibition, which showcases the work of local Eastside artists.
With a large cast, full pit orchestra and mounds of enthusiasm, audiences will be able to "hear the people sing" when Newport High School's production of "Les Miserables" opens this Friday, April 22.
While Red Mountain officially gets its name because the ridge's cheatgrass turns red each spring, in the wine world, it's because nearly all the grapes grown here are red varieties.
Deadlines for submissions to the 10th annual Sammamish Arts Fair are coming up on May 15 for adults and June 1 for students.