The most unbelievable scenes ever shown on television may be when Caroline Ingalls, better known as Ma on Little House on the Prairie, would emerge from her tiny kitchen, with platters of fried chicken, fresh biscuits and hot coffee.
Have a space that needs some help? Looking to fill up an empty corner or add interest to a blank wall, but finding that your taste in art is a little beyond your current budget?
Spokane Home & Garden Show It's time to get serious about making your backyard oasis a reality.
Don't ever let it be said that age is a barrier for entry.
"A chicken in every pot and a car in every garage!" Used in the 1928 presidential campaign, and attributed to President Herbert Hoover, the idea of a car in every garage planted a seed that took root.
Each year, players in the paint industry forecast annual color trends. After 2017's pretty, but safe, Greenery (15-0343), Pantone, the color-matching standard for the design industry, chose a stunning Ultra Violet (color 18-3838) for its 2018 pick.
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Thanks to Day Hike! Spokane, Coeur d'Alene and Sandpoint, I might actually break in those sadly neglected hiking shoes I bought two years ago.
Do you own a home that's big enough to host a wedding? A new startup out of Spokane, WEDDINGS BY OWNER, is poised to become the Airbnb of wedding venues, pairing homeowners with couples looking for a place to get married that's less restrictive about who can cater or how they can decorate.
After wrapping up her tenure as CEO of Eastern State Hospital, Dorothy L. Sawyer has taken a new job as CEO of a 100-bed psychiatric hospital currently being built in Spokane.
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Thai-style shrimp topped with lemon-thyme cream sauce and hibiscus lavender caviar served with orzo pasta, roasted vegetables and balsamic glaze.
Seasonal work on her Five Mile Prairie farm just wasn't keeping retired mining engineer Anita Eccles busy. So she returned to a hobby she's enjoyed her whole life: baking.
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Six decades ago, at the very start of the Swinging Sixties, around 13 percent of married American adults were in a second or subsequent marriage.
"The only choice parents have is deciding which mistakes to make."
For most kids tics are a temporary thing, and they're also essentially out of their control.
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