My dad never had much use for beer. Didn’t see any point to it.
For the past year or so, a number of local couples hoping to become newlyweds have been all dressed up with nowhere to go.
Ben and Ann Hittle took a leap of faith when they decided to buy a two-story building at c. that was constructed in 1915. According to Ben, it originally housed a business for the sale of stationery and books.
In Becky Melcher’s home, a wall of windows suffuses the living room with brilliant light while offering a sweeping view of the Yakima Valley. It’s a perfect setting for this local artist who has spent years trying to capture the essence of light in her favorite landscape paintings.
On our first major vacation in well over a year, our family of five ventured to the Big Island of Hawaii in March. We have a tradition in our family — when you turn 10 years old, you get to pick the family vacation.
Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.
Every year, just like fashion, wedding trends slowly change and evolve — but for 2021, in a post-pandemic world, the evolution has been a bit more drastic. And in some cases, it has brought the focus back to what truly matters most when two people are making a lifelong commitment to each other.
Shhh. Your garden may be saying a lot about you. Does it have immaculate edging, plants of uniform size and precise color coordination? Are there artistic elements such as statues, birdhouses and rustic benches? Or do you just plant what appeals to you wherever you can drop something into the soil?
After weeks of planting, pruning, mowing and weeding, the garden still doesn’t look really pulled together. Or maybe you have a storage shed that looks like it’s auditioning for the “Hoarders” reality TV show.
Snow! Snow! Snow! Ski! Ski! Ski!
The Barge-Chestnut neighborhood has many old houses whose owners take pride in keeping them up to date, while still honoring their original design. The home Yakima Magazine is featuring this month was built in 1942, and is a perfect example how the current owners, Wendy and Scott Wilding, ha…
When that lovely mountain laurel tree out front needs a bit of pruning, there are some factors to take into consideration before you haul out the ladder and loppers. Perhaps recent growth has it reaching just a bit too close to the house or fence. Or maybe it has been overgrown for years and…
It’s crazy to me just how much natural beauty there is in our state that I haven’t yet seen in person. The list of trail runs, adventures with family, mountains I’d love to explore via bike or foot is seemingly endless.