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I did it. I survived the winter season. The snow pants have been washed and put away. The piles of perpetually damp gloves have been lit on fire (just kidding, but maybe that’s not a bad idea).
It is such a delight to be able to talk about planting vegetables now that winter is behind us. While it’s too early for warm-season crops, you can plant plenty of cool-season crops in the coming weeks.
More than 200 children decorated Easter eggs for The Spokesman-Review's spring coloring contest. The judges could tell that many of the young artists were excited about spring.
When news of actress Jessica Walter’s passing hit Twitter over the weekend, I couldn’t think of a better way to honor her than to revisit one of my favorite shows, “Arrested Development.”
It doesn’t seem too long ago that many of the video games filling store shelves were movie tie-ins – love them or hate them, they were particularly ubiquitous in the 1990s and 2000s.
If you’ve been one busy bunny preparing for Easter, I’m here to help you check one thing off your list: dessert. Whether your celebration is a brunch or dinner, your holiday meal isn’t complete without a sweet confection.
It's spring. In Spokane, that means it's time to train for Bloomsday. "In deciding to do Bloomsday this spring, one of the things we wanted to do was keep tradition," said race director Jon Neill.
On her guest room bed, my mom has a pillow that was given to her by one of her best friends, Janet. It reads: "A good friend is like a good bra: hard to find, close to your heart and very supportive.”
The teen dating game has changed, but it has also remained the same. It's been an app-driven world for my eldest, Jillian, 22, and Eddie, 18. When discussing dating, Eddie looks at me like I've just risen from the Paleolithic era.
After retiring from parish ministry in 1995, Paul Graves quickly realized that he was going to miss writing his weekly sermons. “I used preaching, in part, as a way of ordering my own life,” Graves said.
I think a well-tended vegetable garden is a thing of beauty. Even so, our landscape would be rather dull if not for all of the colorful flowers I’ve planted over the years. The mainstays are perennials.
It’s pretty easy to say video games have come a long way. It all started with a dot ping-pong’ing from one edge of an oscilloscope to another in “Tennis for Two” in 1958.
Growing up, weekends were spent visiting my grandma and catching up on her Publishers Clearing House contests and church gossip. She was usually preparing “supper,” as she called it.
Recipes can sometimes read like a foreign language, with unfamiliar techniques and ingredients. It can be overwhelming to the uninitiated. But cooking can also be fun, something for friends and family to enjoy together.
Now that the weather is turning warmer and spring is in the air, I have one thing on my mind: It’s time for my teenagers to get a job. Logan and I have mentioned this several times to our oldest daughter, Lucy.
Do you love the idea of snacking on a handful of sun-ripened blueberries? You can make that happen by adding blueberry bushes to your landscape. If you need a bit more convincing, consider these two redeeming qualities.
“Das Hausboot” (“The Houseboat”) follows German celebrities Olli Schulz and Fynn Kliemann on their quest to remodel the houseboat in which musician Gunter Gabriel lived until his death in 2017.
Bloomsday Worldwide 2021: Registration Now Open – In this virtual race, participants complete their own 7.46-mile trek on any course, trail or path they choose at any location. The race can be completed any time between April 30 and May 9.
The Xbox brand has always been a surprising success. Sure, it has the might of Microsoft behind it, but recent events will tell you capital alone is rarely enough to break into the video game industry.
In the U.S., chickens say buk-buk bah-bok, but in India they say ku-ka ku-ka. In “Chicken Talk Around the World,” a new picture book illustrated by Spokane artist Pierr Morgan, children visit their grandmothers on farms.