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Community radio stations bring eclectic sounds to Bothell and Duvall

  • Written by Zachariah Bryan, Special to the Weekly

Tucked into a tiny room at the University of Washington Bothell, you’ll find a small, eclectic radio station that features students front and center. A scroll through the program will reveal an interesting mix of shows, including rhythm and blues, British music, trance, J-pop, story time, sports and a charming segment called “Metal Sanctuary.”

It’s called U-Wave Radio.

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Square dancing — a local tradition

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The Samena Squares Dance Club celebrated a golden anniversary this May. The club was founded in 1964 and now, 50 years later, members continue to enjoy dancing and friendship. There are over 50 members: singles, couples, young and experienced dancers. Club members enjoy bi-monthly dances, festive balls, costume events, potlucks, community service and travel.

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Outdoor dining choices abound once summer weather arrives

  • Written by Shannon Michael

Current weather aside, when summer does actually arrive with its sultry warmth, enjoying a lunch or dinner at your favorite restaurant’s outdoor dining area is one of the pleasures of summer.

Fortunately, Northshore residents have plenty of options to dine al fresco beginning with several choices in the Hollywood Wine District.

One of the newest options for outdoor dining is at the recently revamped Hollywood Tavern. Built between the original tavern and the new Woodinville Whiskey Distillery is an expansive patio for outdoor dining, with a large fire pit to sit around in the evening and enjoy the extensive selection of beers and cocktails on the menu.

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Gardening can be an expression of one’s life philosophy

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The Woodinville Garden Club Tour of Gardens celebrates its 15th year on Saturday, July 19, with five private gardens of distinction, including four that are owned by members of the club.

These homeowners include both charter members and a first year member. All of them are sharing their gardens to benefit the many projects of the club, including beautification projects for Woodinville, scholarships for students of horticulture, design and environmental science, and support for nurturing community projects. The garden of one of our first year members tells a tale of late-blooming romance blossoming into a beautiful blend of art and gardening in the woods of eastern Woodinville.

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Duvall artist returns to SandBlast

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The annual “image” for July’s Duvall SandBlast formulates in the creative mind of the festival’s visual arts director, Duvall resident Dan Cautrell.

River, Sand and Soul is this year’s theme for the SandBlast Festival of the Arts, presented by Duvall Foundation for the Arts. Over the weekend of July 19 and 20 you will find the fine arts, music and sand sculpting event along the shores of the historic and beautiful Snoqualmie River at McCormick Park in Duvall.

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