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Warm for the Winter Coat Drive – Collecting donations of winter apparel through Dec. 11. Donations taken at all Brookfield Properties shopping centers, including Spokane Valley Mall, 14700 E. Indiana Ave., Spokane Valley; and NorthTown Mall, 4750 N. Division St. Collection boxes placed at mall entrances. (509) 926-5575.
Cacio e pepe has an exquisite ring and a rich taste, but it is one of the simplest, traditional Italian dishes around. It is a staple of modern Roman cuisine, translating as “cheese and pepper,” and believe it or not, that’s really all there is to it.
It doesn’t take much before cooking gadgets and utensils overtake your countertop, especially if your kitchen lacks an abundance of cabinet space. Consider these ideas for freeing up a little space and adding more organizational flow to your kitchen.
Miss Manners advice column for Wednesday, June 10, 2020.
Stephan Pastis has an enviable type of attention deficit disorder. The creator of the cartoon strip “Pearls Before Swine” and the author of the children’s book series “Timmy Failure” is creatively restless.
Dear Annie advice column for Tuesday, June 9, 2020.
When you meet and get to know me, I would like to think that your overall impression is a journalist who is upbeat, positive and optimistic. I like to surround myself by people who have similar attributes.
There has never been a better time to be drinking Idaho wine, and the Gem State spends the month of June toasting a young industry that is viewed by the wine trade as one of the country’s most fascinating.
Ask the doctors advice column for Tuesday, June 9, 2020.
When I was a kid, if you asked me what my favorite food was, I’d emphatically reply, “Potatoes!” French fried, baked, roasted, boiled, however they were prepared, I was all in, and that spud love rings true today.
When everything turns green outside, I often find myself craving green on my plate, as well. On a recent trip to the grocery store, I saw a fetching display of fresh asparagus.
As I write this, I’m sitting on my patio staring at my herbs. The basil, parsley, thyme, rosemary, cilantro and oregano (back from a one-year hiatus!) are polite and restrained for now.
Summer is coming even if the weather hasn’t gotten the memo yet. It’s a season synonymous with luscious corn on the cob, sun-ripened tomatoes and fragrant herbs all picked fresh from the garden.
Dear Annie advice column for Monday, June 8, 2020.
Miss Manners advice column for Monday, June 8, 2020.
Sunshine and popsicles go hand-in-hand. They’re the ultimate cooldown treat on a hot summer day. However, we aren’t 6 anymore, so frozen colored sugar water and a stained tongue are not as appealing.
Summer vacation was always the highlight of each year of my childhood. The memories, bolstered by home movies, are vivid. My parents and I would annually trek 60 miles to Atlantic City.
As COVID-19 restrictions ease to do more venturing outside homes, here’s how experts rate risk levels of summer activities. Consider time spent, space around, people involved and the place.
As an African American parent, Cassandre Dunbar in Charlotte, North Carolina, always knew she and her husband would have “the talk” with their son.
Have you ever blown on a puffy white dandelion? Your breath sends dozens of seeds scattering, gliding to a soft landing somewhere new.