It’s time to ride again! Yakima Bike Nights, cohosted by 94.5 KATS and 92.9 The Bull, rolls into The Creek Grill & Bar in Moxee tonight (May 31) from 6-9! Join in on the fun and bring your ride. It doesn’t matter what you ride, just come and get in on some serious biker action — metric, sport, street, Harley, Indian or whatever you have. Even if you don’t have a bike, who cares? We want you there. This is a chance for you to hang out with your friends and meet some new ones!
We have freedom. It makes me happy to say that. However, freedom isn't always free. It comes with a price most of the time. Our United States military have fought to keep us free. We honored them on Monday, Memorial Day, at the Tahoma Cemetery. The ceremony did not leave a dry eye in the area. I started crying when the WWII veteran sang the National Anthem. There were lots of people to honor our military there. It made me proud that they came.
Saturday's Memorial Day parade in downtown Yakima had some truly patriotic people in attendance -- from those who entered the parade to those who stood and watched. It was a sad day for me, but I was also very proud on who came to honor and pay their respects to those who have fallen.
One of the greatest bands and most influential from the 90's would be Alice In Chains. In my opinion, they took the 90's grunge to a whole new level. Alice In Chains drummer, Sean Kinney, who celebrates his 50th birthday on May 27, is probably one of the more talented of the bunch. He plays drums & percussion, backing vocals and the piano.
Yakima's Memorial Day parade is this Saturday (May 28), starting downtown at 10 a.m. We would love to see you to show your support for our fallen men and woman of the military and to those you have loved and lost. Here is the parade route.
There are a ton of music videos out there. We don't see them very much unless you log on to YouTube and do a search or you go to that artist's website and check it out. MTV really doesn't do that anymore, due in large part to YouTube.
But, looking back, there really were some awesome and well-put-together videos from the '90s. My favorite will always be Blind Melon's "No Rain." My daughter used to call it the "Bumble Bee Song!" HA!
Memorial Day 2016, is for us to remember military men and women who have died to keep us free. Also, to remember our loved ones that have passed on. But, it also marks the unofficial start of barbecue season, and many Americans will be firing up their grills this holiday weekend.
Yakima will be full of true 12th Man spirit this Sunday (May 29), when Seattle Seahawks tackle Justin Britt will be in town to help put on a football camp for kids. He is also doing a meet-and-greet with the public at the River Road McDonald's. He'll be at the restaurant, 3907 River Road, from 4:30-6 p.m. I cannot wait!
I love looking at the clouds. Some people say that I always have my head in the clouds. Well, today the clouds were telling us something. I am not sure why they formed "the bird," but I might take it as "I gotta get my crap together" or "God is flipping us off because of what we are doing to the planet" or "God is channeling Zakk Wylde and that is his way of saying hi!" I like that version better!
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