Slice-meister Paul Turner is taking some time off this month, but don’t despair: In his absence, we’re rerunning some of the tastier tidbits from this date in Slice history. Today’s sampling:
Everybody knows about farmer tans.
But what sort of color pattern do light-skinned people in your profession tend to acquire during the summer?
Accountant tans? Barista tans?
Family milestone: “You asked awhile ago what event would make this summer memorable,” wrote a reader we’ll call Em. “I’d have to say it would be that my husband had his vasectomy the Friday before Father’s Day and (for Father’s Day) the kids and I gave him a bicycle.”
Agree or disagree: Those who grew up in the Inland Northwest tend to have quieter speaking voices than people who moved here as adults.
We still wonder.
Did people who came here in response to that slogan of a few years ago – “Spokane, you’ll love it here” – decide after coming that they did, in fact, love it here?
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