Front Porch: 'America's Got Talent' show in April at Comcast canceled
The "America's Got Talent Live -- All Stars Tour" scheduled to come to Everett in April was canceled this week due to "unforeseen circumstances."
The show features finalists of the "America's Got Talent" as well as Jerry Springer hosts the event.
Refunds will be made automatically to credit card purchasers. Ticket purchases made through the Comcast Arena Box Office can be returned to the box office for refund.
Concert benefits wildlife center: Something Wild, a benefit concert for Sarvey Wildlife Center, will be 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday at the Mirkwood and Shire Cafe, 117 E. Division St., Arlington. The evening includes a slide show, talk, a Q&A session with education staff and a vegetarian buffet, followed by live music by Rare Birds and Rosemary and The Skablins.
Tickets are $20 with dinner or $10 without dinner. All proceeds go to help rehabilitate wildlife through Sarvey. For more information, go to www.sarveywildlife.org.
Author to appear: True crime novelist Neil Low plans to sign copies of his new book "Deadly Attraction" at an event from 7-8 tonight at Third Place Books, 17171 Bothell Way NE, Lake Forest Park. Low, who lives in Everett, graduated from the University of Washington's Bothell campus and serves as a captain with the Seattle Police Department.
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