JUNE 30, 1997
Woodinville man is two-time Emmy winner
Winning one Emmy Award is certainly a distinguished honor, but receiving two in two consecutive years is definitely a notable event. For Woodinville resident David Howe, the experience was like "walking on a cloud."
Three performances this week at Chateau Ste. Michelle
Chateau Ste. Michelle's Summer Festival on the Green will feature three performances this week: Mary Chapin Carpenter, Natalie Cole, and the Bellevue Philharmonic Orchestra.
Sandblast '97 to celebrate diversity
For the third year in a row, the public is invited to picnic at the river below Duvall and play in the sand as part of Sandblast '97, the annual July 4th art event on the Snoqualmie River.
Self portraits by local artists on display in Duvall
An eclectic mix of self portraits by 22 local artists is on display at Gardens and Sunspaces Gallery on Duvall's Main Street. Called "The Face of 425," the exhibition of wall art reflects the personalities of the 22 artists, all residents of the new 425 area code.
Tim Noah to appear in free concert
The first in a Thursday morning concert series for children will feature Tim Noah on July 3 at 10 a.m. at the Skykomish River Park in Monroe.
Computer Game Review: 'Quake'
The makers of DOOM are back to throw an even bloodier escapade at us with "Quake." In both Quake and DOOM, you progress through the games' thirty levels in a real-time 3D environment. However, there are a few things that set Quake far ahead of DOOM.
Art shows, gallery exhibits
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