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Bellevue native Jordan Frost, 18, has a big goal for this summer: to stage a student-run production of the modern musical, “bare: A Pop Opera.” But in order to do so, she needs your help.
Eva Lindberg, a third grader from Medina Elementary School, was selected as a finalist in the Doodle for Google competition.
“I’m not 87, I’m Italene,” Italene Gaddis said. So is the mantra of the Newcastle resident, who has been writing songs since she was 14 years old – but never made them public until she was 62.
The Seattle chapter of Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (DIFFA) will host a fun, informative GLAM event at Masins in Bellevue, Sept. 7-8. Centered around a tablescapes theme, this year's event will feature tabletop installations created by local artists, designers and stylists to represent lavish DIFFA wine dinners.
In the last month, the lineups for nearly every major summer music festival has been released. And now it’s decision time.
On Saturday, September 29, fashionistas from the Eastside and beyond flocked to the Hyatt Regency Bellevue to witness this year’s Front Row Fashion Show, presented by Vogue.
On Saturday, April 20, Silver Platters in Bellevue will celebrate Record Store Day with a variety of special releases and giveaways.
It's time to pull out those poodle skirts and saddle shoes, because the highly acclaimed musical "Grease" is turning 40 - and Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre is preparing to celebrate in style Sept. 7-9.
Interlake senior heads to Miami for prestigious creative arts workshop
You may have heard the statement before: "Tweet it on Twitter, post it on Facebook – and take a picture on Instagram." But if Bellevue resident Julius Javier, 29, has anything to say about it, you might want to add another line: "see it on HourScene."
The Reporter sat down with Bellevue School District Superintendent Dr. Tim Mills to discuss his transition as the district’s new superintendent and the goals he hopes to pursue.
Talking about taboo issues may have just gotten a bit easier for parents on the Eastside - in the form of Parents UKnight, a new group aiming to provide support and awareness to families dealing with drug and alcohol abuse in teens.
For what was their second trip to Nicaragua, sisters Aneesa and Amara Shaik had to plan their volunteer experience in the country, find an adult to accompany them, take a self-defense course and pay for half their airplane ticket.
Students at Lake Hills Elementary were locked down this afternoon as a precaution issued by the Bellevue Police Department.
Those visiting Crossroads on last week were met with holiday cheer as students from Holy Family Parish School in Kirkland performed handbells at the mall’s Market Stage.
Members of the Newport High School marching band gathered at the school's field in the early hours of Friday morning to honor the Seattle Seahawks as they head to Atlanta for their second play-off game.
Last week, the Bellevue Reporter came out in support of Referendum 74, a ballot measure regarding the legalization of marriage for same sex couples in Washington state. For me, it was a simple decision. I voted to approve Referendum 74, and I couldn't be more proud than to work for a paper that felt the same way.
U.S. Rep. Adam Smith (09-WA) told seniors at Bellevue High School that guns are a problem in the United States when he spoke to them Tuesday, Jan. 29 in an assembly.
More than 500 friends, family members and former students gathered at the commons at Bellevue High School Sunday afternoon for an emotional send-off to longtime Medina Elementary School teacher Jeannine Rogel.
The Seattle chapter of Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (DIFFA) will host a fun, informative GLAM event at Masins in Bellevue, Sept. 7-8. Centered around a tablescapes theme, this year’s event will feature tabletop installations created by local artists, designers and stylists to represent lavish DIFFA wine dinners.