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Don’t Miss Out On A Seahawks Game This Year!
It's been over 600 days since fans stepped foot into Lumen field but on Saturdays game that all changed. Covid restrictions were lifted before for the start of the pre season allowing the Seahawks to pack the stands with the 12th man.
Even though we lost the 12th man came out swinging, the crowd…
Pita Pit In Yakima...
Back in April my co-worker John Riggs wrote a blog about 'Pita Pit' opening in the Lee Semon Building near the corner of Yakima Ave and 2nd Street. Initially it was thought the eatery would be open by Mid-August. Then the Yakima Herald wrote an article at the end of August that said Pita P…
Art In Yakima
Not everyone is an art connoisseur. While I enjoy art and did visit the Picasso Museum and The Louvre when my wife and I went on vacation to Paris back in 2000 it's not something I typically do. Not because I don't enjoy it, it's just that I have other things on my agenda...
Wanna move here?
If you look around the country at the healthiest, most vibrant cities, one thing they have in common is a bustling downtown core. Portland is a great example of a city that invested in its downtown ... albeit in keeping with their slogan "Keep Portland Weird" they did it in an unus…
Hoops In D'Town Yakima
I had just got my coffee and was heading to Downtown Yakima to take some pictures of the more iconic buildings for another blog when I met a roadblock that wouldn't allow me to travel any further than 1st street. Kicking off this morning at 8am was day 2 of the Hot Shots 3 on 3 Tournament...
How hot was it?
On a night when lots of people might've stayed home by their swamp coolers, Yakima decided to stroll downtown and catch some breezy music from Polecat and Crow and the Canyon.
Yup -- even as the temperature hovered around 100, folks were dancing and singing along as a couple of Northwest favorites pu…

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