The third graders in Tiffiny Santos’ class at Spokane’s Westview Elementary School have been my go-to youth advisers this year. And they came through once again after The Slice sought …
It has been suggested a time or two in The Slice that, when at airports in other cities, it’s possible to tell that you have found the gate for the …
It’s a week before Halloween, so you’re probably wondering.
Option abound for delivery bag.
That theory is sound.
Snowbirds missing out on winter satisfaction.
Happy Alaska Day.
With age comes skepticism.
We will not repeat the mistakes of 2015.
Sometimes the audience reacts poorly.
With jack-o’-lanterns, no guts, no glory
Memories help get you through.
Rake up some style points.
The Old Slice Almanac will be listening to another member of the animal kingdom.
I can’t wait. I have to ask. What do you remember about the trick-or-treat costumes you wore as a child?
Not the phone, anything but the phone.
Some things can’t be unseen.
Canadians are always welcome.
“Mom didn’t seem to mind a little nice clean mud.”
So you thought the whole Inland Northwest vs. Inland Empire things was settled, and that the former had prevailed.
Catching fish, smiles and quality time.
There are just so many options these days.
Spokane has plenty to offer.
Perhaps smartphones will be the demise of waiting-room TVs.
Before summer becomes a distant memory, The Slice would like to cast its line in hopes of catching a few more readers’ family photos. The subject this time is children …
I asked readers to suggest how I should feel about having my column mug shot covered up by a promotional sticker for a marijuana store (last Friday’s features section). Here …
That’s one way to get your spouse off the couch.
I mean, if you are going to make our winters sound worse than they usually are, why not really go for it?
A smart person once said, “Eighty percent of success is showing up.”
It’s all about perception.