Madison Miller

Kirkland’s Vortex Music Movies celebrates Record Store Day with local artists

Smuggling Croissants, Mister Blank, Ouija Boob, Floral Tattoo and other local artists performed at at the shop.

 

Northshore Youth and Family Services is presenting its first fundraising event in over 20 years. Courtesy photo

NYFS presents Northshore’s Night Out: Sip, Swing and Support

All proceeds will go to support the efforts of Northshore Youth Family Services.

 

Panel luncheon audience members predict survey results in regard to what Eastsiders consider to make up the American Dream. From left: James Whitfield, Dr. Amy Morrison, Anne Morisseau and Anne-Marie Diouf. Madison Miller / staff photo

Leadership Eastside hosts panel discussing the American Dream

The panel consisted of Dr. Amy Morrison, president of Lake Washington Institute of Technology, Anne Morisseau, Planning Commissioner for the City of Bellevue, Residential Real Estate Agent, LE Board of Directors, and Anne-Marie Diouf, VP Human Resources for Symetra.

 

Deepthi Chandra and Haze Lee of North Creek High School developed Eclipsnotes, an online platform made by students for students. Madison Miller/staff photo

Northshore School District students create educational platform

Eclipsnotes is an online platform that features short videos made by students for students.

Deepthi Chandra and Haze Lee of North Creek High School developed Eclipsnotes, an online platform made by students for students. Madison Miller/staff photo
Suzanne Maxon purchases raffle tickets from two Friends of Youth volunteers at the Celebration of Youth event on March 1. Madison Miller/staff photo.

Friends of Youth celebrates local youth at annual fundraiser

This year’s event raised $369,000.

Suzanne Maxon purchases raffle tickets from two Friends of Youth volunteers at the Celebration of Youth event on March 1. Madison Miller/staff photo.
John Thornburg of Asterhouse performs for Northshore Fire Foundation’s benefit concert. Madison Miller/staff photo

Local rock bands hold benefit concert for Northshore Fire Foundation

Donations went to support Operation Warm Coat for Mary’s Place and Babies of Homelessness.

John Thornburg of Asterhouse performs for Northshore Fire Foundation’s benefit concert. Madison Miller/staff photo
Dr. Michelle Reid leads the NSD student board through an open discussion at the second annual State of Our Schools event. From left: James Johnson (Bothell High School), Audrey Tacey (North Creek High School), Dr. Michelle Reid (superintendent), Cynthia Davis (Woodinville High School), Anisha Chowdhry (Inglemoor High School), Esh Sathiamoorthy (Woodinville High School), TJ Ingersoll (North Creek High School) and Stephanie Clear (Northshore Networks). Madison Miller/staff photo

NSD holds second annual State of Our Schools event

Dr. Michelle Reid updates community on what the district has accomplished over the past year and what’s on the horizon.

Dr. Michelle Reid leads the NSD student board through an open discussion at the second annual State of Our Schools event. From left: James Johnson (Bothell High School), Audrey Tacey (North Creek High School), Dr. Michelle Reid (superintendent), Cynthia Davis (Woodinville High School), Anisha Chowdhry (Inglemoor High School), Esh Sathiamoorthy (Woodinville High School), TJ Ingersoll (North Creek High School) and Stephanie Clear (Northshore Networks). Madison Miller/staff photo

Northshore School District feeds families during ‘Snowmaggedon’

Northshore School District served more than 2,000 meals to families in need throughout the district.

From left, Clara Ling (franchise owner) and Daisy Quitugua (center director) at the soft opening of Code Ninjas on Feb. 1. Madison Miller/staff photo

Bothell resident opens coding center in Newcastle

This is the first Code Ninjas center in Washington.

From left, Clara Ling (franchise owner) and Daisy Quitugua (center director) at the soft opening of Code Ninjas on Feb. 1. Madison Miller/staff photo

Songwriter group to hold showcase to benefit incoming Kirkland shelter

The showcase will be from 6-9 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Den Coffee Shop in Bothell.

“The Clean House” cast. From left: Terry Boyd, Carolynne Wilcox, Cindy Giese French, Devika Bhagwat, and Amy Gentry. Hey Mahea! Photography.

A new theatre company comes to Kenmore

As If Theatre Company will debut its first production on Feb. 8.

“The Clean House” cast. From left: Terry Boyd, Carolynne Wilcox, Cindy Giese French, Devika Bhagwat, and Amy Gentry. Hey Mahea! Photography.
Students at Northshore School District will now be allowed to bike to school. Sound Publishing file photo

NSD clears the way for many elementary students to bike to school

NSF fundraises to install bike racks at elementary schools.

Students at Northshore School District will now be allowed to bike to school. Sound Publishing file photo
IHS junior Sam Trott and sophomore Daisy Held play Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet in IHS’s upcoming production of “Pride and Prejudice.” Madison Miller/staff photo.

Inglemoor takes on Jane Austen

The school’s first show of the new year will be the author’s “Pride and Prejudice.”

IHS junior Sam Trott and sophomore Daisy Held play Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet in IHS’s upcoming production of “Pride and Prejudice.” Madison Miller/staff photo.
The Department of Ecology has awarded $12 million from the VW settlement to purchase 336 buses statewide. Courtesy of Department of Ecology.

VW settlement brings electric transit, low-emission school buses to Northshore

More than 80 districts and 19 public transit fleets will receive $22 million from VW settlement to improve air quality.

The Department of Ecology has awarded $12 million from the VW settlement to purchase 336 buses statewide. Courtesy of Department of Ecology.
Natalia Johnson will be holding a benefit concert at Epiphany Lutheran Church in Kenmore on Jan. 4. Photo courtesy of Natalia Johnson.

Inglemoor High grad to host benefit opera concert

Natalia Johnson is finishing her master’s in classical voice at NYU.

Natalia Johnson will be holding a benefit concert at Epiphany Lutheran Church in Kenmore on Jan. 4. Photo courtesy of Natalia Johnson.

A.P.P.L.E. Consulting earns two-year BHCOE accreditation

The Bothell-based ABA therapy service is the first in Washington to receive this accreditation.

Bothell Kenmore Chamber celebrates 2018 Holiday Wine, Beer and Spirits Walk

UW Bothell served as a sponsor and community partner for the event.

Cole Quinn of Mount Si High School won first place in the camera phone category. Courtesy photo.

Inglemoor students selected as winners in state photography competition

The exhibit of 33 photographs are currently at the Seattle Art Museum.

Cole Quinn of Mount Si High School won first place in the camera phone category. Courtesy photo.
North Creek High School junior Austin Mitchell learns to fly using a $14,000 Redbird flight simulator in Northshore School District’s new Introduction to Aviation class. Photo courtesy of Northshore School District.

Northshore School District lets students soar in new aviation class

New aviation class prepares students for takeoff at North Creek High School.

North Creek High School junior Austin Mitchell learns to fly using a $14,000 Redbird flight simulator in Northshore School District’s new Introduction to Aviation class. Photo courtesy of Northshore School District.
Bothell’s Colossal Boss releases debut single since their name change. Photo courtesy of Colossal Boss

Bothell’s Colossal Boss releases debut single, ‘Thinkin’ and Drinkin’’

This is the band’s first single since its name change.

Bothell’s Colossal Boss releases debut single since their name change. Photo courtesy of Colossal Boss