Just as every house has a personality — whether it’s a ranch, bungalow, Queen Anne, Tudor, Cape Cod or any other architectural style — the landscape that surrounds it has a personality, too, especially out front.
Do you cook your pasta in a big pot of boiling salted water? Me too, always have. That’s the way it’s recommended in many Italian cookbooks and in the directions on packages or boxes of pasta. And that’s the way I’ve answered readers: cook pasta in lots of seasoned boiling water. But could it be we’ve been being wasteful all this time and doing it all wrong? A month or so ago on social media someone shared a video deeming so. It was by Harold McGee, who writes about the ...
Six-year-old Elisabeth Silva meets the 2015 Apple Blossom Royal Court at the Stemilt Growers Grand Parade on May 2. She is the daughter of Leonard and Kelly Silva of East Wenatchee. (Photo provided/Kelly Silva)
Cashmere Middle School is accepting donations of musical instruments through June 9. The school seeks functional instruments for student use, including flutes, clarinets, trumpets, French horns and trombones.
DEAR ABBY: I'm a 48-year-old woman. I have known I was gay since I was 14. No one knows because I never acted on it until I met "Bob," my current common-law husband of 25 years. I fell in love with his sister, "Janelle," back then. We kissed a few times and fell deeply in love, but because we didn't want to hurt Bob, we ended what we had.