Born and raised in Yakima, moved around for about 8 years and just recently moved back. Married with 3 kids and all of the responsibility that goes with it. I love being a dad, I think I know how to cook and love being back in Yakima.
The kids at Wapato Middle School were surprised at lunch to see Nahum Ray, Reesha on the Radio and myself (John Riggs) sitting in with him. Although the lunch, which was mac & cheese with smokies, was delicious, we had a proposition for them.
Do you have trouble getting your voice heard? Are you struggling to me that guy who can give a lasting impression in a group atmosphere? Here's a simple trick you can do that might make you stand out amongst others.
A couple of local girls, Annabelle Goertler and Brittney Newman have a great idea. They'll be holding a yard sale at Findery Floral on 48th and Tieton but, instead of buying used items with cash, you'll get what you need in trade for non-perishable food items that will then be donated to Northwest Harvest. What a cool idea!
Dominique Ansel, the inventor of the 'cronut' (part croissant, part donut) has made this delicous work of awesomeness. It's everything you need, all in one. A cookie 'shotglass' that you can pour milk into. Anyone else want one? I'll take a double.
Which plant are you? Which animal are you? There are so many personality quizzes being shared around now a days it's hard to keep up. Now it's time to really see who you are. Take this quiz to find out which 107.3 DJ you have more in common with.
Sonshine Childcare Center is a non-profit that's looking to open at toddler room for children from 12 months to two and a half years of age. They have most of the equipment they need, but could sure use your help with donations of gently used (or new) toys and items for these kids. Here's how you can help donate.
Anyone can make music and, with these handy squares, it's super easy to! Just click on the squares you want to make a sound and it will loop as it travels from left to right. The higher up the square, the higher pitched the note. Go ahead, give it a shot!.
I was invited to breakfast at my daughter's school for free (thanks, Whitney Boosters!) I optioned for french toast sticks, a quarter of an orange, pears that were colored green and red, orange/pineapple juice and a bag of chocolate milk.
Today was something special that I don't recall the local schools doing. They invited all of the parents and children to a free breakfast and then invited the parents to their children's classrooms to read Dr. Seuss books. We had a blast!
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