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In brief: Bing Crosby House Museum to reopen Saturday

After an 18-month pandemic-related closure, the Bing Crosby House Museum on Gonzaga’s campus will reopen Saturday. Bing Crosby's father, Harry, and two uncles built Bing's childhood home in 1911, and it has remained in its original location for more than a century.
News >  Family

Family books to celebrate Hispanic heritage month

UPDATED: Tue., Sept. 14, 2021

Wednesday marks the first day of National Hispanic Heritage month. If you would like to teach your child more about Hispanic and Latino culture, traditions and experiences, here are a few books for family story time.
News >  Family

Ask Dr. Universe: What are cells made of?

UPDATED: Sun., Sept. 12, 2021

Deirdre Fahy is a scientist at Washington State University who is curious about how and why things work, including our cells. She reminded me the human body is made up of billions of cells. You might think about each cell as if it were a tiny room.
News >  Family

Dad Daze: How sharing as a parent makes an indelible impact

UPDATED: Sun., Sept. 12, 2021

Sharing facets of your life and the look in your child's eyes when discovering what a parent presents is beyond gratifying. The subject was bandied about when a friend revealed that he's taking his 10-year-old son to watch KISS this Saturday at the Gorge.
News >  Home and garden

Upcycled Life: Eraser stamps

You know when you are cleaning out the drawer of school or office supplies and you find several old eraser nubs? Or petrified erasers on the end of perfectly good pencils? Using pink eraser bits for art is a slightly more sophisticated version of what I did in elementary school.