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The National Wildlife Federation is offering a specialized training program to teach…
It may be cold outside, but it’s a balmy 84 degrees year-round at the Tukwila Pool.
Doors can be physical or symbolic. The front door of the O.C. Thompson building is both.
The city of Tukwila hosted its third annual Holiday Lights Contest. There…
More than 100 pastors from along the Interstate 5 corridor gathered at…
Kidz Bop – a musical group that records kid-friendly versions of today’s…
Discover Burien’s annual Winterfest is set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.…
Santa is letting his reindeer rest up for Christmas Eve, so he…
Academy Schools in Tukwila and the King County Library System will co-host…
Tukwila residents and businesses are invited to participate in the city’s third…
Visit St. Nick at Southcenter Square, beginning Friday
Blood and platelet donations needed throughout holiday season
Church by the Side of the Road will host a free community…
The Tukwila Pool offers a variety of programs for the entire family.
A recent donation to the Tukwila Historical Society from Don and Peggy Peery was the inspiration for this month’s history article.
Community members are invited to help Stuff the Bus with food to…
The city of Tukwila honored current and past military service members during…
Parents and students from Seattle Christian School in SeaTac recently donated more…
The Museum of Flight honors United States military service personnel on Veteran’s…
Twelve films will screen through Tuesday at the IKEA Performing Arts Center at Renton High School for the Seattle International Film Festival in Renton.
The concert, directed by guest conductor Brad Cawyer, features William Walton’s “Concerto for Viola and Orchestra” with Vijay Chalasani as guest violist; Carl Maria von Weber’s “Overture for Oberon” and Franck’s “Symphony in D minor.”
The Rainier Symphony is presenting its Classical Series III, Innovation and Reflection, Feb. 20 and 21 at the Foster High School Performing Arts Center.
Rainier Symphony associate conductor, Tigran Arakelyan, opens this season's holiday concert Friday, Dec. 11, with Dvorak's Carnival Overture.
The seventh annual Highline Classic Jazz Festival on Saturday, Sept. 19, 3-11 p.m., presents a wide variety of jazz styles, dancing, dining, and vintage jazz films.
Guest Conductor Johan Louwersheimer will lead the orchestra in Rossini's Overture to the Barber of Seville, Sibelius' Karelia Suite and Karelia Overture and Schumann's Symphony No.1 "Spring."
April Pool’s Day is 1 p.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, April 18, at the Tukwila Pool, 4414 S. 144th St., Tukwila.
Celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday at the Foster Library and at the Tukwila Community Center.
Rainier Symphony will present its Classical Concert II Feb. 7 and 8 at Foster High School, featuring the work of Brahms, Grieg and Tchaikovsky.
Join Rainier Youth Choirs’ for their holiday concert “Ring Out, Wild Bells” at 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, at the Kent United Methodist Church 11010 S.E. 248th St., Kent.
Alex Zuniga of Tukwila will perform with The Northwest Boychoir as it celebrates its 40th anniversary with the presentation of its 36th season of "A Festival of Lessons & Carols," featuring eight regional performances in December.
Foster High School's Advanced Theatre is presenting "Antigone," an ancient Greek tragedy, Thursday and Friday (Nov. 20 and 21) at Foster's Performing Arts Center.
Kalvin Zane Rutagengwa is a self-taught painter and sculptor who discovered his artistic talent as a 6-year-old boy in Rwanda in Africa. Tamara Stephas is a landscape painter and sculptor whose work is rooted in the Pacific Northwest.
The Rainier Symphony kicks off its new season Oct. 11-12 with classics by Mendelssohn, Mahler and Rachmaninoff at Foster High School.
Two artists, Kris Vermeer and Kim Bly, are the featured artists for September at the Burien Arts Gallery, where a reception is planned Thursday, Sept. 6.
There's still plenty to do for kids and families before summer draws to a close.
Tukwila's Family Summer Outdoor Cinema Series kicks off Friday, Aug. 8, with "Despicable Me 2."
The Community Actors' Summer Theater in Tukwila is marking its 25th season with productions based on the theme, science fiction.