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There haven’t been many celebrations in the Northwest wine industry this summer, but a few glasses were raised Sept. 2 when the federal government established the Royal Slope in Washington state’s Columbia Basin as an American Viticultural Area.
Although perhaps the bulk of Wendy Holden’s readers in 2020 won’t recognize the name Marion Crawford, the main character of her new book, “The Royal Governess,” once upon a time, Crawford was a bestselling author and the center of a controversy that fascinated readers on both sides of the Atlantic.
The 39th annual Royal Fireworks Concert, scheduled for July 26, has been postponed until next summer, the board of trustees of the Spokane Historic Concerts Association announced Monday.
Canada’s worst mass shooting erupted from an argument between the gunman and his girlfriend, who survived the attack, police confirmed Friday.
An Indiana man charged in his young granddaughter’s fatal fall from a cruise ship’s open window in Puerto Rico agreed to plead guilty in her July 2019 death, explaining that he was doing so “to try to help end part of this nightmare for my family.”
Paul Farnes, one of the last remaining Battle of Britain fighter pilots who helped protect the U.K. during World War II, has died. He was 101.
Built in the Italian Renaissance style in 1924, the expansive mansion was once a showplace home for Royal Riblet, who worked for the tramway company that bore his surname. The building was purchased by Arbor Crest Wine Cellars in 1984 and rebuilt after a fire more than a decade ago.
Sheku Kanneh-Mason didn’t have to look far for inspiration as an aspiring cellist, growing up in the English town of Notting.
Greece’s culture ministry says American archaeologists have discovered two monumental royal tombs dating from about 3,500 years ago near a Bronze Age palace that featured in Homer’s Odyssey.
Tiger Woods got the Americans going with the first point on the board.
The Americans dug themselves out of a big hole at the Presidents Cup with playing captain Tiger Woods watching from the sidelines.
At one point, the International team had a chance to sweep the session.
Tiger Woods looked good as ever playing in the Presidents Cup. As captain, his American team found itself in foreign territory – trailing for the first time in 14 years.
The Indiana parents of a toddler who fell to her death out of an open cruise ship window in Puerto Rico filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Royal Caribbean Cruises, accusing the company of negligence by allowing the window to be opened.
The Royal Opera in London and The Met in New York has removed tenor Vittorio Grigolo after an investigation found inappropriate and aggressive behavior at a curtain call
Harry Higgs rebounded from his first bogey of the week to take a two-stroke lead in the PGA Tour’s inaugural Bermuda Championship.
Brendon Todd birdied his last four holes Friday for an 8-under 63 and a share of the lead with Harry Higgs and Scottie Scheffler after the second round of the PGA Tour’s inaugural Bermuda Championship.
An attorney for the Indiana family of an 18-month-old girl who fell to her death from a cruise ship in July said Puerto Rican prosecutors’ decision to charge her grandfather with negligent homicide is “pouring salt” on the family’s wounds.
LONDON – Four-year-old Princess Charlotte arrived for her first day of school on Thursday morning, clutching her mother’s hand and flicking her ponytail. The princess arrived at the school alongside older brother, Prince George, and her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Prince George has been studying at the fee-paying school since 2017.
Police say they believe the two fugitives suspected of killing a North Carolina woman and her Australian boyfriend as well as another man have been found dead in Manitoba.