I moved to Yakima in 2002 and there are still places in town that I have never been to this whole time. That made me think of all of the other places I have never ventured out to. I could think of a few.
Last year at this time the Yakima Valley Museum, full of Yakima history closed the doors because of COVID-19. The closure impacted a lot of exhibits that were set to open says museum officials including Women's Suffrage in Washington in the Great Hall and Divergent Voices/Common Ground in the Hislop Gallery...
We all need a good history lesson, and who better to give us this lesson than Benjamin Franklin? OK ... not the real Benjamin Franklin, but Christopher Lowell as Ben Franklin.
The Olde Yakima Letterpress Museum in Union Gap is sponsoring Lowell. He's a nationally acclaimed historian/actor who'll portray Franklin at the Yakima Convention Center's Center Ballroom this Friday (May 12) starting at 6:3
The Yakima Valley seems to be growing a little bit more every day, and new businesses keep popping up. It seems, though, that the businesses are often similar. For example, Mexican restaurants. I love Mexican food, but we have a billion Mexican restaurants already. We also seem to have a mattress store on every corner. I haven't bought a mattress in years. Don't need to. When I need one, I will h