This is one of my favorite indulgent breakfasts. It combines one of my favorite breakfast foods, pancakes, with one of my all-time favorite desserts, Bananas Foster. If you haven’t ordered Bananas Foster at a restaurant, go ahead and put it on your foodie bucket list because it is a must! Bananas sautéed in brown sugar, [...]
This spring, Great American Country is out to prove that one man’s — or woman’s — trash is, indeed, a treasure just waiting to be discovered. Whether it’s about reclaiming one-of-a-kind vintage architecture, snatching up buildings about to be demolished or restoring classic RVs and trailers, our primetime lineup is focused on making the old new again. First [...]
As the wise, inspirational Leslie Knope once said, “We need to remember what’s important in life: friends, waffles and work. Or waffles, friends, work. Doesn’t matter but work is third.” Since today is International Waffle Day, it only seems appropriate to remember and repeat her words. Wherever you are and whatever you do today, at [...]
Everything is new on this week’s Top 20 Country Countdown! Blake Shelton and Ashley Monroe return to No. 1, knocking Carrie Underwood down to No. 2 with “Little Toy Guns.” Besides a new number one, there are also a number of brand-new videos on this week’s countdown, including the latest clips from The Swon Brothers, Luke Bryan, [...]
Posted Friday, 03-27-15
Wenatchee is the epi-center of mariachi music this weekend. Ramon Rivera, director of Mariachi Huenachi at Wenatchee High School, says the 17thth annual Mariachi Northwest Festival continues through Saturday.
There's a student showcase Friday at seven at the High School Auditorium. The cost is by donation. A matinee featuring some great acts is held at two p.m. Saturday. Tickets are $10. The centerpiece is the Gala Concert Saturday night.
Tickets are $20 at the door. $15 advance tickets are available at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center, Wenatchee High School, the Latino Marketplace, Esmerelda's Bakery and Ariana's Bakery.
Posted Friday, 03-27-15
The A.Z. Wells Foundation announced this week that 16 non profit agencies and hospitals through North Central Washington will receive grants totaling over $900,000 this year. Ray Taylor, secretary of the Foundation's Allocation Committee says recipients include the YMCA, YWCA, Salvation Army, Boy Scouts, Campfire, Wenatchee Valley College and hospitals in Brewster, Chelan, Ephrata, Grand Coulee, Leavenworth, Moses Lake, Omak, Quincy, Tonasket and Wenatchee.
On a side note, Taylor says earlier this year researchers finally were able to find out what A.Z. stood for, Alfred Zechariah.