Remarkably energy-efficient residences are both cost effective and lovely to live in

Remarkably energy-efficient residences are both cost effective and lovely to live in

Smart home technology is poised to change how we run our lives — from garage doors that you control with your phone from anywhere in the world, to a refrigerator that allows you to peek inside while you're at the store, to lights that respond to every whim, even offering an artificial sunrise to ease you into your day.


Plogging with Athleta, Brain Injury Alliance Fundraiser and more upcoming events

Plogging with Athleta


The Secret Life of Plants: Advice from The Inspired House Plant

A dear friend gave me a jade plant as a housewarming gift back in 1997, putting the diminutive creature's life in danger by entrusting its care and growth to a single 25-year-old bachelor who could barely take care of himself, let alone another living being.


The Tastiest Week: Get ready for Inlander Restaurant Week

This year marks the seventh annual winter celebration of the region's continually evolving and improving culinary scene.


Pillow Talk: Help the Tooth Fairy out with a local product

As any parent knows, keeping track of lost teeth for the tooth fairy can be problematic, and potentially disillusioning, for young people expecting some cash in exchange for a lost incisor.


Wallpaper is hot. Local designers offer tips for using stylish prints and dimensional materials

Wallpaper is back and stealing the hearts of designers and homeowners alike.


Inspiration abounds at Westward Leather Company's barn studio

Every day is a little different for Westward Leather Company founder Ben Fife.


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Here's what you need to know about the latest food and health trends on the rise in 2019

Let's face it: Trends are hard to keep up with — especially in food.


Gov. Jay Inslee's Cascade Care proposal aims to create a functional health care marketplace in Washington while the nation's system struggles

With his eye on a potential presidential campaign, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee already has made plenty of national headlines in 2019.


Tiny Deliveries: Researchers have developed a new therapy delivery method

A piece of paper may seem thin to the naked eye, but it's roughly 100,000 nanometers thick — giant in the world of nanotechnology.


CBDs may help speed wound healing, but issues with standards and labeling continue

A recent study by the University of Rio Grande do Sol in Brazil found that rats given an application of CBD-infused lotion had a decrease in inflammation and acceleration in the healing process of wounds.


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Mayra De Leon draws on her family recipes and Mexican heritage to power a growing business

Mayra De Leon has a sign on her desk inside De Leon Foods' Francis Avenue store: #GIRLBOSS.

Food & Cooking

A Coeur d'Alene chef has the lowdown on how to use these pink, Pakistani planks

Salt is an essential element for all animal life, including humans, who long ago realized the naturally occurring substance was an effective preservative and flavor enhancer.

Food & Cooking

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Raising an astronaut... or a scientist, or an inventor, or an engineer — STEM programs prep kids for the future

Anne McClain always dreamed of flying — soaring and swooping and rocketing into space.

Family & Parenting

Try turning off the screens and playing a game together

On an otherwise normal Saturday morning, the Adrian family is investigating a cultist hideout when a fight breaks out.

Family & Parenting

Core strength and development are enhanced for babies who spend time on their bellies

Not many school-age kids write in cursive anymore; instead they type.

Family & Parenting

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