When you hear “DIY wedding,” your first thought is either A) “UGH, never! That’s why wedding planners exist,” or B) “Let’s get started! I’m all about crafting.” Whichever camp you fall into, a DIY photo booth project is one that every type of bride can handle. With all of the apps and selfie sticks available, [...]
If you know (and love) the Junk Gypsies, you probably can’t get enough of their newest season on Great American Country. Sisters Amie Sikes and Jolie Sikes-Smith bring their rebellious spirit and colorful imagination to “gypsify” what most would consider garbage. Their unusual design masterpieces this season bring life to celebrities’ Airstream campers, a friend’s [...]
Ah, summer — the season of lazy pool days, spontaneous road trips and day drinking on patios. Unfortunately, we only have three months to fit in the aforementioned activities plus hundreds more. This year, we’re determined to make the most of June, July and August. So, come September, we have no regrets, only tan lines. [...]
They don’t call Nashville ‘Music City’ for nothing! Not only is it home to the infamous ‘Music Row,’ a street of recording studios and record labels where some of the best music ever recorded was made and produced, it is also home to some of the best venues to hear live music. Here are six [...]
After drawn-out negotiations all off-season, Russell Wilson has agreed to a four-year, $87.6 million contract extension with the Seattle Seahawks, SI's Peter King reports.
The deal comes with a $31 million signing bonus (tied for the most in the NFL this season), $60 million guaranteed (the second-most in the NFL), and a $21.9 million average salary that ranks second in the NFL behind Aaron Rodgers...
Posted Thursday, 07-30-15
Cashmere residents are being asked to cut back on water use. City officials say due to the low level of the city's primary water source, the Wenatchee River, Mayor Jeff Gomes has declared a Level 1 Water Emergency. If conditions do not change the city could face a serious water shortage. Residents are asked to begin implementing water conservation measures such as not washing vehicles and driveways, less watering of lawns and gardens and any other conservation efforts. A Level 2 Emergency, a critical water shortage, will result in prohibiting nonessential water use. That could happen if the river level continues to drop and voluntary conservation efforts fail.