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Organizers said Wednesday they have canceled the 2021 Rose Parade because of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on long-range planning for the New Year’s Day tradition.
Having friends in the music industry matters. Friends help you network and can commiserate and perhaps join you in the studio. Cherie Currie enjoyed the latter experience when crafting her latest solo project, “Blvds of Splendor,” which dropped Tuesday.
With leaf buds starting to grow on roses, it’s time to begin pruning to get the plants ready for summer, Pat Munts writes.
A sizable crowd of people poured into Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox on Sunday having decided to brighten their afternoon by listening to the Spokane String Quartet. The quartet is made up of leading string players from the Spokane Symphony (Mateusz Wolski and Amanda Howard-Phillips, violins, Jeannette Wee-Yang, viola, and Helen Byrne, cello).
Tickets for both shows go on sale Tuesday at 10 a.m. for Nightrain members and Friday at noon for the general public through the band’s website gunsnroses.com.
Ignore the countless displays of flowers for Mother’s Day this year and give Mom something more personal and special: meringue roses. They’re elegant and edible, too!
June is the month when roses are at their peak in area gardens. This beautiful flower will be celebrated in two very special ways this week.
If we can get just a few more days of warm weather, the roses will begin coming into bloom. And with them will come a bevy of insects to steal away their beauty.
Patricia Cordova works at Sisapamba, one of a dozen companies in this South American nation that have woken up to the potential of preserved flowers.
Topped with a dusting of powdered sugar, a drizzle of caramel sauce and a scoop of vanilla ice cream, who needs a Valentine?
You’re stuck in town for the long weekend? Good. You won’t be bored.
These little beauties are great for breakfast or as a side dish or appetizer. Plus, they’re kid-friendly.
The next time you visit Rose Hill in Manito Park, take a moment to remember and appreciate the Spokane Rose Society. After all, Rose Hill wouldn’t be the magnificent garden we all know and love without them. The society formed in 1947 and a few years later, members were hard at work establishing the display gardens that have won many awards over the decades.
Rock band will return to the Northwest over Labor Day weekend.
It’s time to give roses their last dose of fertilizer and harvest garlic and onions.
Roses & More continues expanding its business across the Intermountain West through an ongoing series of aquisitions.
June is the perfect month to celebrate the most beloved flower in the garden, the rose. After all, roses are right in the middle of their first flush of blooms, adding color, fragrance and elegance to our landscapes.
AC/DC singer Brian Johnson says he’s not retiring from music after doctors told him that he risks substantial hearing loss if he continues to perform in large arenas and stadiums.
I know I’m not the only one to fall in love with these rosy rounds of puff pastry, apple slices and cinnamon. They were simply too charming to pass up.
Walking through the world in June, it’s almost impossible not to notice everything in bloom. One of the most aromatic blossoms to come into season is the rose. Spicy, musky and sweet with hints of the exotic, roses are a clear signal that summer is finally upon us. Wild roses are said to be the very first roses, ancient perennials, long predating humans. Their soft-pink, five-petaled blossoms are easy to spot around here. They’re plentiful and abundant in natural areas within and surrounding Spokane. These rugged shrubs bloom annually in late spring and early summer, and carry their hips into winter, providing food for birds and color for the eyes.