Making lemons out of lemonade.
Back in May of 2010, The Slice presented a guide for responding to high school graduation announcements arriving in the mail from the teenage children of casual friends and distant …
It’s hard to be mad about this one.
Not everyone is in on the joke.
Drop the Buffalo and the fancy flavors.
St. Mother’s Day would not immediately supplant the more secular-sounding May occasion. But if we promote it right …
Here are a few questions for Spokane area dog owners.
Hitchhiking stories have it all: kindness, thievery, academic pursuits.
I’m not ignoring you, I just forgot my password.
Joints always show age.
And now, another installment in our ongoing search for the essential nature of Spokane.
The other Paul Turner gets his day in The Slice.
The Slice asked about long-term relationships. Specifically, the question dealt with cars and trucks bought new and never resold. Here are just a few of the answers.
Tickets give her a license to fantasize.
As we close in on Loud Noise Coming from Next Door season, it’s time to formulate your 2016 policy.
What, you thought he drove a 1982 DeLorean?
I simply cannot imagine tolerating the angle of sunlight here without shielding your eyes.
Sniff your way back in time.
Giving directions down memory lane.
No, the tour won’t include access to that secret stairwell.
We don’t know why he remembers that, either.
Diving into quality friendships.
I thought of it again this week while watching the PBS documentary on Jackie Robinson: What if Spokane’s minor league past had collided with a major moment in history?
The city’s got a reputation.
Mike’s the guy who gets things done.
For all my complaining that it is no improvement on silence, I can spit out this brand of weather-related small talk with the best of them.
Medication mix-ups can prove quite memorable.
Pick your favorite Hollywood version.
That boat just wants to hit the water.
Inland Northwest residents on both sides of the state line have something in common.