Month: February 2022

Native musicians nominated for awards

By Huckleberry Press / February 23, 2022 /

The Native American Music Awards (NAMA) nominate artists of various genres each year, and a few musicians from Washington state made the list for 2022.

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Katz Realty: “It’s About Helping People”

By Huckleberry Press / February 23, 2022 /
Patrick Katz

ainly know that the housing market of today makes it an incredibly good time to sell a house. What you might not know is the best way to go about it. For example, you might think that choosing a big real estate company will give you the greatest exposure, increasing your chances of the best deal. Not the case. Just ask Patrick Katz, owner of Katz Realty based in Davenport.

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Some Oscar Nominations and Predictions

By Huckleberry Press / February 23, 2022 /
power of the dog

Honoring film achievements from the past year, the Oscars are like the Superbowl for movie lovers. The nominations were announced on February 8th, and I hope to be able to catch more movies before the big show next month.

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Ms. Dot’s Marinated Chops

By Huckleberry Press / February 22, 2022 /

As many of our readers know, I grew up in Tennessee with all the culinary goodness of southern food and a fondness for BBQ. When I discovered that we have an Alabama BBQ sauce company in Spokane, I knew I was in for a homespun treat!

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Pattie Discovers the PNW: Crave Eats. Drinks. Nightlife.

By Huckleberry Press / February 18, 2022 /

When looking for a Bar & Grill, I want a friendly vibe reminiscent of Cheers, from the 80s/90s sitcom, paired with some tasty authentic bites you can only get there. Knowing that I love to find a non-pretentious eatery with remarkable food, our editor at the Huckleberry Press, Val Mohney, suggested I check out Crave Eats. Drinks. Nightlife.

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Huckleberry Press February 17, 2022

By Huckleberry Press / February 17, 2022 /
James Pakootas
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The Martha S – Keller Ferry and Her Crews

By Huckleberry Press / February 11, 2022 /

On September 1, 1930 Washington State Dept of Transportation (DOT) took control of the ferry crossing at Keller making it the first ferry in the Wash State Ferry System.

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Sausage Chowder

By Huckleberry Press / February 7, 2022 /
sausage chowder bowl

It isn’t glamorous folks, but boy it is a popular dish with the family this winter. I came up with the recipe because I wanted to “beef” up my Potato Soup and voilà, Sausage Chowder.
It’s quick and easy to put together.

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Chinese New Year 2022: The Year of the Tiger

By Huckleberry Press / February 6, 2022 /

Is anyone else ready for spring? I know I am. That’s why I was especially excited to learn from my research that the Chinese New Year is commonly referred to as the Spring Festival, marking the end of winter and the beginning of spring season. Bring on the spring season!

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The Kids Are Alright

By Huckleberry Press / February 5, 2022 /

“Mean Girls,” and The “Breakfast Club,” but growing up in the early 2000s, I found there was saturation of bad teen films full of cliches and unoriginal characters. Movies can never quite shake the glamour, but current teen movies are a lot more diverse, authentic, and relatable than they used to be.

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