Historical Comedy 101 The Fourth of July is this weekend, and it’s a time of tradition and great celebration. Here are a few famous (?) Americans to keep in your thoughts as you light those bottle rockets
Coming in off a weekend of excess at the Bite of Yakima (it was great, hope you were there) I am reminded by my beast mode Mrs. that I need to hit the gym -- but instead I opt for Men's Health magazine. Baby steps, right?
We did it to ourselves. We may have had fun doing it, but the privilege is gone. We blew up too much stuff, started too many fires, hurt ourselves and others to a degree that the greater society stepped in and has taken away most of the fun! For most of us, except for community displays, the Fourth of July is fireworks-free.
Thursday morning on the Morning News with Dave & Lance we talked a bit about soccer and the world cup craziness. We tried to find soccer’s appeal and we certainly found its faults as a spectator sport.
Show of hands—who’s frustrated by Obamacare. I thought so. Don’t you feel like we were all left out of the process? Wouldn’t it be nice if somehow we had a voice in how health care is administered in the Yakima Valley?
I have had a lifelong interest in psychology -- even got a degree in it after the Army as I tried to figure out myself and others around me. Psychologists will most often say we are in control of our attitudes. Self-help experts will say the one thing in that is in our control during life’s ups and downs is our choice to be positive. BUT -- researchers will now say “not so fast there, Mrs. Positive Person.”
How far would you go to promote good heart health? Would you go all the way to, oh say, the symphony--Or-- to your favorite TownSquare Media radio station? Researchers at the University of Maryland Medical Center say music can make your heart soar and more!
It’s the first full week of summer and all across the Yakima Valley the grills and bar-b-ques are heating up! Steaks, burgers, hot dogs, pork chops and fabulous fish dinners are cooking to perfection. What’s that? What about the vegetables? Good question. We’ll cook some veggies but they won’t be the main course—just ask the Austrians why!
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