When I was 10, I took a line drive off the heel of my glove that ricocheted into my mouth. Bled like crazy. And killed one of my two front teeth. I had to have a root canal and have had a crown on it ever since.
Playing to a sold-out house in Zillah, Grammy-winner Scott Stapp did not disappoint Saturday night.
The singer known for his work with Creed and Art of Anarchy played an unplugged set at The Old Warehouse that left the crowd wanting more. The show also included Art of Dying and Jeremy of the Christian rock group Willet.
Ric Brunstetter, a 25 year-old Yakima native and 2010 graduate from West Valley High School, has never not known life without Star Wars being a part of it. The electrician apprentice and part-time photographer/videographer wants some day to make a career in movies and recently took a step in that direction by producing a nine-minute short film combining his love of Star Wars and passion for film making.
On this particular Memorial Day, I will once again shed a tear for those who died in vain. While it may not be politically correct to say it aloud, not all who fight and die do so for a noble and/or just cause...
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