By Allen Herman
My Dad was born in the Ukraine. My mother was born in Russia. When I was growing up they rarely mentioned their childhoods in Europe. It was only when the few surviving members of their families trickled in
Twenty five years ago my oldest son received a scholarship to the University of Washington Medical School. He never came home. My daughter went to visit him. She never came home. She now is a Seattle resident. Their four children
We live in a rapidly changing world. Technology is turning things upside down. Social media certainly has contributed its share of “shake up.” Newspapers and magazines are no longer “top dog.” Many have either gone out of business, reduced their
Linda and I recently took a short road trip. (As I get older they have become shorter and less frequent.) We made it south of the Mason Dixon Line where we had great weather and explored some marvelous little towns.
‘Tis the season for berries; all kinds of berries. We’re a little partial to raspberries. You can buy them in bulk and use them to your heart’s content. You might even freeze them for nibbling on when you’ve got a
You can tell by our selection this month that we’re thinking summer is here. Veggies and fruit, easy to do and delicious to enjoy, you can whip these dishes up in minutes… and if you’re finding your way out of