Salty’s at the Sea to replace Anthony’s at Sea-Tac

Photos by Cheryl Landes Recently I said good-by to one of my favorite airport restaurants, Anthony's at Sea-Tac. It closed on March 31. Yesterday during another trip through Sea-Tac International Airport, a sign caught my eye at the old Anthony's location in the food court between Concourses C and D. The sign is an announcement … Continue reading Salty’s at the Sea to replace Anthony’s at Sea-Tac

Nez Perce remember Chief Red Heart in annual memorial at Fort Vancouver

Featured image by Cheryl Landes Every year, Nez Perce tribal members travel to sites important in their history to conduct traditional memorials honoring their ancestors. One of the tribe's stops is at Fort Vancouver, Washington, to remember Chief Red Heart. From 1877 until 1878, he was imprisoned for eight months without cause at the fort. … Continue reading Nez Perce remember Chief Red Heart in annual memorial at Fort Vancouver

Michelle Canning’s eighth annual “A Night on the Edge” bluegrass concert supports Alzheimer’s patients and caregivers

Featured image by Skitterphoto, courtesy Pixabay Come to the Chelmsford Elks Hall at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 23, to hear toe-tapping bluegrass music from the Michelle Canning Band. "A Night on the Edge" is Michelle's eighth annual fundraiser for the Alzheimer's Foundation of America in honor of her grandfather. Banjo player and vocalist Michelle … Continue reading Michelle Canning’s eighth annual “A Night on the Edge” bluegrass concert supports Alzheimer’s patients and caregivers

Loyal Biscuit Company seeks applicants for its Amateur Cat Show in April

Featured image courtesy Pixabay Do you have a cat who prefers the limelight over a sunspot? Then she'll enjoy competing in the first annual Amateur Cat Show hosted by the Loyal Biscuit Company and the Humane Society Waterville Area on Sunday, April 28, from 5 to 7 p.m. The show will be held at the … Continue reading Loyal Biscuit Company seeks applicants for its Amateur Cat Show in April

Taste of MetroWest in Framingham showcases the best food and drink of the region

The ninth annual Taste of MetroWest has more than 30 restaurants, breweries, and grocery stores showcasing the best cuisine and beverages in this region of Massachusetts. The 2019 event comes to the Sheraton Framingham Hotel & Conference Center, 1657 Worcester Road, on Tuesday, March 16, from 5 until 8 p.m. Sample delicious food and drink. … Continue reading Taste of MetroWest in Framingham showcases the best food and drink of the region

Ocean Shores Razor Clam and Seafood Festival digs up fun for the entire family

Featured image: Clam digging on the beach in Ocean Shores, Washington (photo credit: Ocean Shores Razor Clam and Seafood Festival) Beautiful sunny weather has arrived in Western Washington, just in time for a weekend of food and fun in Ocean Shores March 16-17. The 13th annual Ocean Shores Razor Clam and Seafood Festival celebrates the … Continue reading Ocean Shores Razor Clam and Seafood Festival digs up fun for the entire family

Looking for a pint to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Boston? Find an Irish bar on this map.

Featured image by Alexas Fotos, courtesy Pixabay If you're in Boston and want to celebrate St. Patricks Day with a pint or two, you're in luck! The Boston Globe has compiled a map of 49 bars in the metro area. The map has a list of the bar names. Click or tap on a name … Continue reading Looking for a pint to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Boston? Find an Irish bar on this map.

Courtesy and common sense are crucial while taking selfies and other pictures

Featured image by tookapic, courtesy Pixabay Updated March 17, 2019 During my travels, I notice how others take pictures. In today's world of the always-present social media and smartphones, I've witnessed some uncourteous and often downright frightening moves—all in the quest to capture a perfect picture of the moment. Here are three examples: People cross … Continue reading Courtesy and common sense are crucial while taking selfies and other pictures