Yakima Valley New Year’s Traditions: Do We Even Have Any?
Every year there are many end-of-the-year traditions across the United States. The biggest New Year's tradition is that of the giant ball dropping in Times Square in New York City. It started in 1907 ringing in 1908. There were only two years when the ball didn't  drop because of the …
Seahawks Jello Shots – Recipe
Most everyone that I know love's to watch the Super Bowl. Even if some of them do not watch football throughout the year they still party when The Big Game is on!
Harry Potter Alcoholic Drinks- HP fans 21+
Need an excuse to have a get together? When the new Harry Potter movie comes out on DVD, invite your friends over to have a viewing party and you can serve these Harry Potter inspired drinks at the party. I found 20 HP-inspired beverages that include shots, cocktails and, of course, butterbeer...
Justin and Selena Crash a Wedding Party
Every once in a while something out of the ordinary happens and it turns out to be something you will always remember. The Stars came out to make this event special. A surprise visit by Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez!
Charter is Throwing You a Party!
So I just found out that Charter Communications is throwing a party for all of their customers in the Yakima Valley. Deffffffinitely hittin' that up.
It's called the Customer Appreciation Party and it's this Friday, July 15 and it's all day from 8:30 to 5:30 at the sales office on…
History of Mardi Gras and the Beads
Mardi Gras beads have been popularized for their widespread use on Fat Tuesday in New Orleans. Each year, crowds of people line up to snag as many beaded necklaces as their necks can hold. But where did all of this excitement start? Why are Mardi Gras beads such an essential part of the Bourbon Stre…