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Lockdown had us cozy at home living in our pajamas and binge-watching all of Netflix. And in between episodes of “Tiger King,” slathering on hand sanitizer and searching for toilet paper, we were in the kitchen.
Monday is Drop Everything and Read – or DEAR – Day. Just like the name says, it's a day to read. It was inspired by Beverly Cleary's "Ramona Quimby, Age 8," and April 12 was picked because it's Cleary's birthday.
I was talking on the phone to my little brother, Steven, a couple weeks ago, catching up and trying to hammer out dates for a small family reunion this summer. Our conversation turned to our dad.
The sounds of summer while sitting on the stoops of the streets of Philadelphia during the 1970s emanated from a small box. It was the crack of the bat and the occasional crackle from the lost radio signal.
Use up those tiny broken crayon stubs to make stick crayons. If you have a pocket knife and a drill, the remaining materials are easily gathered at no cost.
You can plant potatoes once the soil temperature has reached 50 degrees. Start with certified disease-free seed potatoes from a garden center or online source.
The Big Dipper is one of the most historic live music venues in Spokane: a small, locally owned-and-operated, all-ages spot with a reputation for sticking to its roots.
HBO’s “The Nevers” is the steampunk, Victorian-era X-men I didn’t know I was waiting for, and the series is set to premiere on HBO’s streaming platforms on Sunday.
“Balan Wonderworld” hit store shelves on March 26, the sales figures are in, and they’re even worse than expected. In its first week, it sold fewer than 2,100 copies in Japan, missing the top 30.
I received a note from a patient who has seen me for nearly 30 years. They recalled a conversation we’d had many years ago when I first expressed an interest in taking care of senior citizens.
We love craft breweries, but, amid all the hype and praise we shower on our favorite breweries, people sometimes forget about another great entry point into the world of craft beer: the local beer bar.
The strangest thing about being vegan in 2021 is how often you’re asked about the taste of meat. Not cow, nor chicken or pork. No – inquiring minds want to know your stance and preference.
Buttercups are among the first blooms each year. Since 1967, the Dishman Hills Conservancy has been inviting people to come look for buttercups and other early wildflowers each spring.
During a recent chat with a psychologist friend, I was asked how I would describe each of my children. It's not easy to settle on one word or phrase to break down my kids.
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.